Kearney partner Chris Livitsanis joins Boston Consulting Group

30 May 2021 Consultancy.com.au 1 min. read
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Chris Livitsanis, a former senior partner at Kearney, has joined Boston Consulting Group as a managing director and partner. 

Based in Boston Consulting Group’s Melbourne office, one of the firm’s four offices in Australia, 53-year-old Livitsanis will focus on helping the firm expand its presence in industrial sectors, with a focus on the mining, oil & gas, energy and heavy industry segments.

Most recently at Kearney, Livitsanis was the firm’s global leader of the Mining practice, and Oceania head of the Energy, Industrials and Process industries practice. Serving the consulting firm for nearly a decade, he specialised in helping corporate clients with strategy, large scale transformation, mergers & acquisitions, operations management and manufacturing excellence, among others. 

Chris Livitsanis, Managing Director & Partner, BCG

Earlier in his career, he held leadership roles at PaperlinX (one of the world’s larger merchants of paper and communication materials), and worked for Mars, where he held positions across all aspects of operations from engineering and supply chain to production management.

He also spent over a decade in the management consulting industry at Kearney in his first spell at the firm (then A.T. Kearney) and Strategy& (then Booz & Company).

Describing his expertise on business platform LinkedIn, Livitsanis wrote: “I am a globally experienced executive who helps organisations realise their full potential to create sustainable advantage. I leverage the strategic skills and structured approach of consulting combined with the pragmatic experience from industry.”

Founded in 1963 in the US, Boston Consulting Group is one of the globe’s top strategic consulting firms. The consultancy opened in Australia and New Zealand in 1990, following a merger with home grown player Pappas, Carter, Evans and Koop (PCEK). Today, BCG has over 450 consultants in Australia and New Zealand generating $400 million in revenues.