Managing Director & Partner, Leader Change Solutions Suite
Christoph Hilberath joined the Munich office of Boston Consulting Group in 2004. After leaving the firm in October 2010 to work as an entrepreneur, he rejoined BCG in 2014, transferring to Melbourne in 2017.
Christoph leads BCG’s People & Organization practice in Australia and New Zealand. He is a member of the Change Management leadership team and a core member of the Industrial Goods practice. Christoph works mainly on transformations and people-centric change—putting the employee at the center of any change effort in order to flip the odds of success and unlock the full potential of transformations and change movements. He is an expert in operating model redesign, cost and efficiency, and large-scale change management.
When he was not working for the firm, Christoph was the CTO/CFO for a startup offering digital customer engagement and business intelligence services to brick and mortar retailers.
Analyzing massive data sets in real time, generating unbiased insights, enabling prompt course correction: an AI-based approach is powering up—and radically transforming—initiative management.
A global survey of 16,600 industrial sector employees reveals changing attitudes about work, what’s important on the job, and the training needed to stay ahead.
Companies have gotten much better at designing transformation initiatives — but most of them fail to implement the intended change. Employee-Centric Change is BCG’s methodology to put employees at the center of a transformation, so change is truly adopted. In this session, you’ll learn how to help clients ensure the change load for their employees is manageable and how to better address change sentiment. We’ll also showcase a demo of our upgraded tool, Absorb.
Leaders should be managing remote working conditions amid the uncertainty of today and prepare for and optimize the hybrid working models of tomorrow.
The COVID-19 crisis has activated a modern industrial revolution. It has forced a rapid shift in where and how most Australians work, and broken through longstanding barriers to change in just three months.
High-performing companies make the most of these office mainstays by setting guidelines that help keep things as simple as possible.
An employee-centric transformation requires deep understanding of the workplace ecosystem and how well, and how fast, it can adapt to change.
Prime your corporate processes for digital (or any) transformation by drilling down to the essentials.
The growth of automation, digitalization, and virtual collaboration is putting pressure on companies to reimagine the way their corporate centers operate.