Managing Director & Senior Partner
Benjamin Rehberg leads Boston Consulting Group's Technology Advantage practice in North America, and is a member of the global leadership teams of the Technology Advantage and People & Organization practices. He focuses on the financial services sector, including banking, insurance, and payments on multiple digital, technology, and operational issues. He is an expert on digital transformation, technology, agile, and organization and governance related topics. Prior to his current role, he was global co-lead for BCG's agile transformation business. Within agile, he works primarily in the financial services and automotive industries. Benjamin also has co-authored numerous articles about agile transformation.
Before joining BCG, Benjamin worked as a consultant with IBM Global Services in Germany.
Implementing agile ways of working and fractal organization principles can help companies build the resilience to succeed in uncertain times.
Forward-looking companies may want to experiment with the new technologies at work.
Clear signposts point to a different type of journey for financial institutions.
Companies can reduce costly delays and add value by building agile into their factories.
Agility at scale can move the needle on cost, speed, and resilience simultaneously.
What will it take to compete in the post-COVID-19 economy? A relentless focus on the outcomes that matter, new ways of working, and savvy use of digital and technology.
By supporting this critical part of the workforce while the crisis persists, companies create goodwill that will carry over when better times return.
The coronavirus renders collocation impossible but not agile ways of working.
IT needs to get out of the back office and come back in-house to keep up with digital change and attract modern talent.
Companies must begin treating the department as a strategic business partner instead of a service provider—fundamentally changing their mindset.
Adopting agile requires adapting risk management to the new ways of working.