There are plenty of new faces in Boston Consulting’s leadership team this year.
Here are the top spots to look for:President and CEO Andrew Barros, who helped lead Boston Consulting from its founding in 2004 until it was acquired by consulting giant McKinsey & Company in 2016, is expected to stay on as the group’s president and CEO for the next year.
Barros, 63, will remain the group president and will also serve as its CEO for another year, according to the Boston Consulting Institute.
He will continue to serve as a board member for the group.
Barro is the second-oldest member of the board.
His father, George, joined the group in 2004 and has been vice president since then.
The elder Barros took over the company from his father in 2018.
The executive vice president position is the most prestigious position at the company, but there is also a new chairman, executive vice chair and vice chair, and three vice chairs.
The most notable of these is Stephen Miller, the former chief executive of the New York Mets and now a member of Boston Consulting.
He also will be on the board, which will also be led by Barros.
Boston Consulting Group President and CEOAndrew Barros was named CEO of the Boston Consultancy Group on Jan. 16, 2018.
Barraz, who joined Boston Consulting in 2004, will stay on the company as its president and executive vice chairman, the group said in a statement.
will continue as the company’s president.
Barriers to entryThe firm is looking for experienced, talented people to lead its leadership team, according the statement.
It is looking to hire a variety of people in Boston, New York and New Jersey.
“The company is committed to creating a strong team of leaders to build upon the firm’s strengths in leadership and consulting to create a leading global consulting firm,” the statement said.
“We want to attract and retain the best and brightest people to join our team, and we want to give them a chance to grow and develop a new perspective on what it means to be a good leader,” the group added.
“There are no barriers to entry.
We welcome talented people who have the talent and drive to build on Boston Consulting.”
The firm has hired about 600 people so far in Boston and has over 5,000 employees globally.