As of 2021, Felix Schuler is a Senior Advisor to Boston Consulting Group.
In his time at BCG, Felix’s client work focused on organization, change, and people topics, mostly within the industrial goods industry. He has worked extensively with clients in steel and metals, engineered products, machinery, electrical components, and chemicals. His expertise covers organization design (with a special focus on "organizing for cooperation"), enablement, ensuring sustainable change, and organizational transformations. In addition, he worked in pricing, commercial excellence, and selling, general, and administrative expense (SG&A) cost optimization.
Felix held BCG internal line management positions along with his client work, including as a recruiting director and career development advisor for consultants, project leaders, and principal/partners. He also led BCG’s sustainable work initiative.
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