BCG's Rainer Strack advocates for companies to adopt a "people advantage" -- because employee-centered thinking can go a long way.
is a Senior Partner and Managing Director at the Boston Consulting Group, where he is the global leader of the HR topic. He has written numerous articles about human resources, such as on HR controlling and people business in 2005 and on demographic risk management and strategic workforce planning in 2008, both published in the Harvard Business Review
. In 2014 he published three major BCG reports on "The Global Workforce Crisis
," "Decoding Global Talent
," and "Creating People Advantage
." He was a member of the Global Agenda Council for talent mobility of the World Economic Forum and presented twice on this topic in Davos. Strack holds a master’s degree in physics, a master’s degree in business, and a PhD in physics from RWTH Aachen University, Germany. In 2008, he was named an honorary professor at Witten/Herdecke University, Germany.