Managing Director & Partner
Arnold Kogan is a core member of the Consumer and Operations practices at Boston Consulting Group. He is also the global lead for manufacturing and supply chain diagnostics and benchmarking. Arnold has extensive experience helping companies across center store categories (such as snacks and toys) and perimeter store categories (such as cheese and meat) transform their end-to-end supply chains to enable channel growth, increase EBITDA, and manage working capital.
Arnold is an expert in complexity management, supply chain planning, manufacturing and distribution strategy, global category sourcing, and digital capability building.
Prior to joining BCG, Arnold was with Deloitte Consulting and Texas Instruments, where he worked in a variety of operations and finance leadership roles around the globe.
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