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Arthur D. Little appoints 20 new partners to fuel continued growth

Ignacio Garcia-Alves

Brussels: Arthur D. Little, the global strategy and technology consultancy, has appointed 20 new Partners through a mix of recruitment and promotion.

The firm says the appointments demonstrate its growth and confidence following its MBO three years ago.

"At the end of 2011, we successfully concluded our Management Buy-Out and Arthur D. Little became a private Partnership. In 2012, we boosted our performance and in 2013 we have been accelerating our investment into growth, and are enthusiastic about adding more than 20 new Partners," says Ignacio Garcia-Alves, the Chief Executive Officer of Arthur D. Little.

"Organizations can no longer just rely on optimizing their operations or pushing evolutions of their products and services to market," says Garcia-Alves, "they need to foster innovation and creativity to continuously reinvent themselves."

Partner and Managing Director recruitments and promotions:

  • Klas Anderlind (Sweden, Operations Management Practice)
  • Fabrizio Arena (Italy, Automotive and Manufacturing Practice)
  • Kurt Baes (Belgium, Strategy and Organization Practice)
  • Paolo R. Dutto (Italy, Energy and Utility Practice)
  • Martin Glaumann (Sweden, Telecom Information Media Electronics Practice)
  • Alejandro González (Spain, Strategy and Organization Practice)
  • Hoonjin Hwang (Korea, Telecom Information Media Electronics Practice)
  • Jaap Kalkman (Middle-East, Energy and Utility Practice)
  • Carsten Kahner (Germany, Automotive and Manufacturing Practice)
  • Thilo Kaltenbach (Germany, Healthcare Practice)
  • Michael Kolk (Netherlands, Technology & Innovation Management Practice)
  • Michael Kruse (Germany, Energy and Utility Practice)
  • Kevin Lee (Korea, Healthcare Practice)
  • Dirk Luyten (Belgium, Strategy & Organization Practice)
  • Volker Pfirsching (Germany, Technology & Innovation Management Practice)
  • Matthias Riveiro (Germany, Strategy & Organization Practice)
  • Andrea Romboli (Italy, Energy and Utility Practice)
  • Gregory Pankert (Belgium, Telecom Information Media Electronics Practice)
  • Richard Swinford (UK, Telecom Information Media Electronics Practice)
  • Klaus Schmitz (Germany, Technology & Innovation Management Practice)
  • Frederic Thomas (France, Healthcare Practice) and
  • Gregor Wick (Austria, Healthcare Practice)

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