Managing Director & Partner
Jacqueline Govers joined BCG in 2007. She’s a core member of The Boston Consulting Group’s Technology Advantage and Industrial Goods sectors.
Her work focuses on technology-enabled strategy, organisation, and change management for industrial goods clients, with a specific focus on transportation, postal, parcel & express. Jacqueline has broad experience supporting clients as they assess the business value and operating model implications of emerging technologies and trends such as advanced analytics, robotics and blockchain. She has driven technology enabled transformation for a broad range of clients, also in carve-out and PMI scenario’s, including running the overall program as program director (a.i).
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