Managing Director & Senior Partner
John Wenstrup is a senior leader in The Boston Consulting Group’s Technology, Media & Telecommunications practice. He heads the firm's global software topic.
John joined BCG as a partner in 2011. He advises CEOs and senior business leaders of technology and media companies. He is particularly focused on driving strategy, value growth, and large-scale change agendas. He has worked with clients across a range of topics, including enterprise technology, consumer technology, media and services, components, IT services, and distribution.
John is most motivated by the opportunity to work with visionary leaders on driving ambitious change agendas that can transform an entire organization or company. He believes that a motivated team—with clear direction and a strong mindset for execution—can accomplish amazing things, and he has helped many senior leaders in such endeavors.
Before joining BCG, John was a senior partner at Oliver Wyman, where he served for 17 years.
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