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 · The Boston Consulting Group, Inc. provides management consulting services. Its services cover big data and advanced analytics, change management, corporate development and finance, globalization Location: One Beacon Street Boston, MA United States.

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Boston Consulting Group, Inc. (BCG) is an American multinational management consulting firm with more than 90 offices in 50 countries. Founded in by Bruce Henderson, it advises clients in management decisions across private, public.

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In June , the Boston Business Journal reported BCG would be consolidating their two Boston offices and moving into a new story, , square foot building on the city's South Boston Waterfront. The headquarters is located at the site of the former Anthony's Pier 4 restaurant.

BCG has also been listed in Consulting magazine's "Best Firms to Work For" list every year since , [18] received a perfect score on the Corporate Equality Index [19] formulated by the Human Rights Campaign for the past six years, [20] and been rated by Working Mother magazine [21] as one of the "best companies" for working mothers for the past six years.

BCG's recruiting process is notoriously demanding, typically taking candidates through computer-based examinations and multiple rounds of case and experience-based interviews. In , career review site Glassdoor ranked BCG as the 3rd most difficult company with which to interview. In , BCG created the "growth-share matrix", a simple chart to assist large corporations in deciding how to allocate cash among their business units. The corporation would categorize its business units as "Stars", "Cash Cows", "Question Marks", and "Dogs" originally "Pets" , and then allocate cash accordingly, moving money from "cash cows" toward "stars" and "question marks" that had higher market growth rates, and hence higher upside potential.

The experience curve illustrates that the more often a task is performed the lower the cost of doing it will be. The task can be the production of any good or service. Each time cumulative volume doubles, value-added costs including administration, marketing, distribution, and manufacturing fall by a constant and predictable percentage.

BCG founder, Bruce Henderson, expounded the implications of the experience curve for strategy. In this matrix, the two axes are economies of scale and differentiation. The four quadrants formed are called "Volume", "Stalemated", "Specialized", and "Fragmented". In BCG began mailing concise essays designed to stimulate senior management thinking on a range of business issues. Henderson referred to them as "a punch between the eyes.