Managing Director & Senior Partner; Global Leader, Financial Institutions Practice
Stephanie Mingardon is the practice area leader for the Financial Institutions practice at Boston Consulting Group. Having spent 24 years at BCG, Stephanie is a bastion of the firm's values and purpose, bringing deep expertise, integrity, and a strong focus on people to the practice.
Her extensive experience working with major financial institutions clients, combined with a specialist's understanding of change management in a digital context, has equipped her to lead the practice into a future of innovation and ambitious client impact.
Stephanie champions diversity, sustainability, and vital BCG social impact initiatives in her client work, and for the benefit of society at large. Her expert knowledge of culture, human resources, and talent management positions her as a thought leader on the true power of teamwork.
Drawing on internal BCG experience—as well as her work with clients—Stephanie Mingardon describes what it takes to build a more equitable workplace.
The current crisis may seem like an existential threat that supersedes all other objectives. But building a more inclusive workforce isn’t a distraction—it’s a critical part of the solution.
World class change management of 10 years ago won’t cut it today—here’s why.
The Transformation Impact Platform is a set of tools that addresses the two key requirements of transformation success: commitment throughout the organization and disciplined execution.
Harness the snowball effect to speed organizational change. This leading European bank’s four-pronged approach can be your guide.
French automaker Renault has launched a comprehensive digital transformation. We interviewed Marie-Françoise Damesin, Executive VP for HR, about the implications and challenges of transformation at a large industrial group.
Putting people in the driver’s seat creates innovative thinking and faster response times that energize change efforts.
As digital transformation continues to disrupt the workplace, companies must begin now to hire, train, and retain new pools of skilled digital talent.
Tech-based prompts can encourage employees to take actions that support larger goals, but only if they’re well timed and properly deployed.
These change management tools by BCG offer essential techniques and strategies to set your change initiative up for success.
Change programs have become more prevalent and complex, but the results are often disappointing. Enter the Change Delta, a versatile approach based on the principles of Smart Simplicity.