Managing Director & Partner
Ming Teck Kong joined Boston Consulting Group in 2008 and has worked across Europe and Asia. He leads the People & Organization practice in Southeast Asia, and has significant working experience in transformation and transaction support. He also leads BCG’s sustainability efforts in Asia-Pacific.
Ming Teck supports leaders on a broad range of people and organization topics, including people strategy, organization design, change management, and culture and leadership.
Ming Teck works with companies on transformation in terms of both efficiency and growth. He has led major restructurings, post-merger integrations, and initial public offering engagements.
He has worked with government, corporate, family business, and private equity clients across multiple industries including energy, industrial goods, and technology. In the energy sector, he has worked with clients in oil and gas (upstream and downstream), power and utilities, sustainability and green energy, and natural gas and LNG, to address topics such as energy transition, strategy, and productivity and efficiency, as well as on innovation and growth.
Prior to joining BCG, Ming Teck worked for Royal Dutch Shell in the Netherlands in the LNG/gas business.
Climate change is no longer a distant concept. If we carry on our current emissions trajectory, we risk setting off irreversible and catastrophic climate tipping points. Altering this trajectory requires nothing short of a large-scale transformation of the global economy.
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