Managing Director & Senior Partner
Andreas Dinger is a core member of The Boston Consulting Group’s Industrial Goods practice and leader of the firm’s e-mobility topic. He has been head of BCG’s Munich office since 2013.
Since joining BCG in 2001, Andreas has focused on the automotive industry. He has acquired deep expertise about the automotive value chain, working for original equipment manufacturers and automotive suppliers.
Andreas joined BCG after completing his postdoctoral studies.
Automobile powertrains are shifting toward electrification at an accelerating pace. What’s driving the trend, and what powertrains will be required by 2030 for owned and shared mobility?
IT sourcing hasn’t had the greatest track record. The automotive industry, on the other hand, has had much success, thanks to four strategies that IT, too, can leverage.
As the challenges intensify, European automotive suppliers need a strategic approach to risk assessment, restructuring, and growth. Their survival may depend on it.
Electric cars will gain in popularity between now and 2020, but vehicles propelled by the internal-combustion engine will continue to dominate the global automotive industry.