BCG's partners re-elect Rich Lesser as Chief Executive Officer, among partners also Slovenian Melanie Seier Larsen
Rich's re-election comes on the heels of another year of strong, double-digit growth for BCG in 2017 and a remarkable four-year period in which growth has averaged 15% per year. Fueled by this performance, the firm continues to expand its market-leading capabilities to create unique value and advantage for its clients, delivered across 50 countries by 16,000 employees.
Among partners involved in election process, also Slovenian Melanie Seier Larsen
Remarkable results convinced more than 1,100 partners to re-elect Rich in a multi-round voting process. Each BCG partner, regardless of seniority, has an equal vote in the CEO election, a reflection of BCG's collaborative, non-hierarchical culture and unique model of governance and partnership.
Among BCG's partners is also a Slovenian Melanie Seier Larsen. Partner since the beginning of this year, Seier Larsen, an expert in Human Resources and Consumer Good, is the first woman from CEE to occupy such a high position in the leading global consulting company and to participate in the election process for the new "old" President and Chief Executive Officer.
Lesser's way of leading: diverse teams, global growth, unique value for the clients
"I want to thank my fellow partners for their renewed trust and confidence," said Rich. "I am enormously honored and energized to continue as BCG's CEO, and I look forward to continuing to work with our incredibly talented, diverse teams to help our clients thrive in a rapidly changing world."
Among Rich's priorities for his third term, effective from October 2018, will be broadening and deepening BCG's client relationships through focused investments in both industry and functional expertise, including digital, analytics, and other transformative capabilities. He intends to continue strengthening BCG's people agenda, with a big push on diversity, agile ways of working, and new career path experiences across BCG's fast-growing and diversifying portfolio of capabilities and businesses. Rich remains deeply committed to BCG's contributions to society more broadly through the firm's sustained focus on social impact, working alongside leading global and local institutions.
BCG, world's leading advisor on business strategy, was founded in 1963 by the late Bruce Henderson. From 2014, under the leadership of one of BCG's partner Melanie Seier Larsen, they are delivering their knowledge also in Slovenia and Southeast European business environment.
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