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Boston Consulting Group

A major management consulting firm. It is responsible for developing the BCG Growth Share Matrix, which describes the level of capital a company requires and the growth of which it is capable. It has likewise developed similar systems to help companies conceptualize their business.
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The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has recommended that most people be employed for customer facing jobs in banks in order to improve profitability.
Since its founding in 1963, The Boston Consulting Group has focused on helping clients achieve competitive advantage.
New spending patterns among middle-income Americans--positioning them as savvy shoppers who like a good deal--were illuminated in a survey commissioned by The Boston Consulting Group.
This update of the 1998 anthology, Perspectives on Strategy by the Boston Consulting Group, compiles 75 "perspectives," Harvard Business Review and other essays written by the influential BCG between 1968 and 2005 for its clients.
Even though corporate real estate is a significant asset, productivity variable and high cost for any large organization, most aren't applying the level of rigor, analytics and new approaches that they devote to other strategic functions, and the result is significant missteps, according to new research from The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Peter Tollman, a vice president of The Boston Consulting Group, suggests that CEOs who don't like the spotlight could work behind the scenes with the FDA to draw up standards, which the FDA can then publicize.
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) developed and popularized the first resource allocation matrix in the late 1960s.
Kitsuta worked for the Boston Consulting Group in Tokyo, where he advised US companies on how to set up Japanese subsidiaries.
According to the Boston Consulting Group, Indian banks need to deploy more executives to deal with customers.
So found The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in its quarterly report for the investment banking industry.
George Stalk, senior vice president and director at The Boston Consulting Group, was the featured keynote speaker during the two-day event.