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I started out as a management consultant for IMPAC about 20 years ago, where I worked as a productivity specialist and focused on improving clients’ bottom-line results through productivity, performance management, leadership development and change management.

My journey at BearingPoint started with Arthur Andersen Business Consulting as a Senior Consultant, working with business improvement projects across the Nordics. I also served as CEO for one of our client companies where I, among other things, developed a digital platform and business in the field of procurement and logistics. Over the years with BearingPoint, I have held many stimulating leadership roles and have had the opportunity to work across our different practices in Europe.

I started out as a management consultant about 20 years ago for IMPAC where I worked as a productivity specialist and focused on improving clients’ bottom-line results through productivity, performance management, leadership development and change management. My journey in BearingPoint started with Arthur Andersen Business Consulting as a Senior Consultant, working with business improvement projects across the Nordics. I also served as CEO for one of our client companies where I, among other things, developed a digital platform and business in the field of procurement and logistics. Throughout the years with BearingPoint I have held many stimulating leadership roles and had the opportunity to work across our different practices in Europe.

Senza strategia l’esecuzione è senza direzione, senza esecuzione la strategia è inutile


Morris Chang, CEO of TSMC

Experience

  • Partner BearingPoint, Regional Leader Nordics and CIS

    2003 – Present
    Stockholm, Sweden
  • Partner BearingPoint, firm-wide leader of BearingPoint’s Business Strategy and Transformation team

    2006 – 2016
    Stockholm, Sweden
  • CEO – nVision Global IT solution (Traconi AS)

    2001 – 2003

  • Arthur Andersen Business Consulting

    1997 – 2001

  • IMPAC Consulting Inc.

    1995 – 1997