Managing Director & Senior Partner
Roland Haslehner joined Boston Consulting Group in 2002. He is part of the firm's global Climate & Sustainability leadership team and focuses on growth transformation for industrial goods companies. Previously, he led the greentech, equipment, and infrastructure business on a global level, and was responsible for the scale-up of the Eastern European offices across all business lines.
Roland’s extensive knowledge of engineered products, infrastructure, and metals and mining make him a valuable asset on strategic and operational projects. He has led numerous transformation and restructuring programs for family-owned businesses and major global corporations.
Roland worked for Procter & Gamble for five years before joining BCG.
Because outcomes are highly uncertain, companies should continually monitor events and rethink their scenario planning as the crisis unfolds.
Reducing exposure among those who are vulnerable to adverse health outcomes will benefit the healthy, the economically vulnerable, and society overall.
Worksite productivity is still stuck at 1990s-era levels. Applying new technologies and lean principles at the bottom of the organization can boost output dramatically.
The sustainability imperative could erode demand for metals and mining companies’ offerings. To survive in the long run, companies must master three strategies.
Leading general contractors have applied a lean approach, significantly reducing completion times and costs, boosting their company-wide margins, and enhancing quality and safety.
How will the sustainability agenda affect the mining and metal industry? Steel can be used as a proxy to explain likely developments.
Mining and metal companies need to find ways to adapt to calls for greater sustainability.
To make sustainable gains in efficiency, asset-intensive producers of metals need to promote flexibility throughout the organization.
Mining stakeholders have cooperated in developing a tool to mitigate the causes of disputes that disrupt mineral development, the World Economic Forum reports in collaboration with BCG.
Transparency and good communication are essential to the sustainable, responsible development of mineral resources. In their absence, distrust and misunderstanding will flourish.
China, volatile demand, and fluctuating raw-material prices are multiple challenges for steel companies. What strategy do they need to prosper in this environment?