Boston Consulting Group


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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 full Boston Consulting Group report may be accessed in our online version of this issue at www.
CONTACT: Alexandra Corriveau for The Boston Consulting Group, +1-212-255-8386, alexandra@sommerfield.
George Stalk, senior vice president and director at The Boston Consulting Group, was the featured keynote speaker during the two-day event.
Yet a report by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) argues that industry planners often overlook how fundamentally intertwined they are.
Michael Silverstein joined The Boston Consulting Group in 1980.
She serves as globalization topic advisor for the Boston Consulting Group, and has worked with a diverse set of clients, including CEOs, prime ministers, board directors, public agencies, top global foundations, and organizations seeking to manage global complexity.
Eight years ago ICIC and The Boston Consulting Group presented national market data that showed the potential enormity of the inner city retail market," said Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter, Founder and Chairman of ICIC.
NEW YORK, May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- 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).
He brings more than 25 years of human resources experience to Palladium, having established world-class credentials leading departments at a number of organizations, including IBM, Mainspring, The Boston Consulting Group and Fidelity Investments.
14 /PRNewswire/ -- The most successful stock-market performers take a holistic approach to generating shareholder value, according to a recent report from The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Birge co-authored Winning the New Products War, which was co-published by TBWA and The Boston Consulting Group, and a chapter in Beyond Disruption, a marketing book published by TBWA.
Boston Consulting Group Study Distills Lessons for Alliance Strategy and Management

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