David Rhodes is a member of the BCG Henderson Institute's Innovation Sounding Board at The Boston Consulting Group, which is dedicated to supporting, inspiring, and guiding upstream innovation. He previously served on BCG's Executive Committee and chaired the firm's global practice areas.
Since joining BCG, David has worked primarily on projects involving major strategy and organizational change in large financial institutions, working with clients in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the United States.
David cowrote BCG’s Collateral Damage series, which details the firm’s view of the causes of the global financial crisis, the likely outcomes, and how companies should respond.
Prior to joining BCG, David worked for Arthur Andersen, where he qualified as an accountant.
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