Member Since May 2022
As a Senior Partner and leader of the North American energy practice at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), I advise leaders of the world’s largest companies on strategy. My recent focus has been on Climate & Sustainability, working with investors, governments, and individual companies to decarbonize the core and build new low carbon energy businesses. I have broad international experience having worked in thirty countries on more than one-hundred fifty projects. BCG is a leading, $10 billion global partnership that assists businesses and governments worldwide. We cover the energy industry across the value chain from Oil & Gas to Power & Utilities to Sustainability, Renewables & Clean Tech.
Before taking on any additional work, it's best to ensure you and your team have the capacity to complete the work. An increase in workload is one indication that a business is doing well in a market. However, if the capacity of the current team is not considered alongside growing responsibilities, a business may end up with too much work and no ability to ensure it’ll be done in a timely manner. To help dial back and shift focus before efficiency decreases, 14 Newsweek Expert Forum members each share one critical sign that a leader or business has too many projects going on at once.
As energy prices continue to rise, governments around the world have responded with direct subsidies.