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Public sector

Our public sector team is working on ambitious projects to support government and public institutions on finding forward-looking solutions. We aim to be a trusted and constructive partner for the public institutions that shape the world we live in.

IN BRIEF

Technological change and globalization are positive drivers for growth and prosperity. Governments are shaping this process, but also have to adapt to the new environment. Dynamic globalization is increasing the need for international alliances and joint initiatives to meet challenges such as climate change and terrorism. At the same time, international trade and capital flows are leading to ever increasing competition between countries, thus putting pressure on domestic policies. Labor cost advantages in developing countries are decreasing opportunities for low-skilled labor in developed countries as production is outsourced. The resulting unemployment is testing public administration and finances. In addition, demographic change is challenging the established social security systems and calling for major shifts in the social architecture.

Moreover, migration is creating both new impulses and new conflicts for our communities. The changing conditions of modern societies are demanding innovative approaches to social policy, be it to promote diversity and work-life balance, or to establish awareness of the aging population.

These are the topics facing our public sector teams as they work with their clients. We:

  • Develop strategies that respond to today's challenges and make practical recommendations in all areas of public policy
  • Use our expertise to support the transformation of public administrations into modern, people-friendly institutions and increase efficiency
  • Advise companies and investors on how to turn previously publicly funded activities into successful businesses, e.g. with public private partnerships (PPP)

Our team merges knowledge and experience from a wide field of educational and professional backgrounds. This multidisciplinary approach helps us understand our clients' needs and customize the best solution for them. As the leading public sector strategy consultancy and a well-established partner of governmental institutions, such as those in Germany, Austria, France, Italy, CEE and Russia, we have proven that our ideas work in practice. We support our clients with a network of distinguished experts in politics, academia and society.

OUR EXPERTS

Bahrain

Houssem Jemili

Partner

Manama, Bahrain
Phone: +971 4 311-6067
E-mail: e-mail

 

France

Alain Chagnaud

Principal

Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 53 67 04 64
E-mail: e-mail

 
Hakim El Karoui

Principal

Paris, France
Phone: +33 170394-113
E-mail: e-mail

 

Partner

Paris, France
Phone: +33 1 53670-341
E-mail: e-mail

 

Germany

Stefan Schaible

Partner, Member of the GEC, and Deputy CEO Germany

Hamburg, Germany
Phone: +49 40 37631-4326
E-mail: e-mail

 
Heiko Ammermann

Partner

Frankfurt, Germany
Phone: +49 69 29924-6237
E-mail: e-mail

 
Björn Bloching

Partner and Head of Marketing & Sales, Consumer Goods & Retail

Hamburg, Germany
Phone: +49 40 37631-4446
E-mail: e-mail

 
Ralph Büchele

Principal

Munich, Germany
Phone: +49 89 9230-8921
E-mail: e-mail

 
Torsten Henzelmann

Partner and Head of Civil Economics, Energy & Infrastructure

Munich, Germany
Phone: +49 89 9230-8185
E-mail: e-mail

 
Tobias Schönberg

Partner

Berlin, Germany
Phone: +49 30 39927 3316
E-mail: e-mail

 
Philipp Weiland

Principal

Munich, Germany
Phone: +49 89 9230-8439
E-mail: e-mail

 
Ina Wietheger

Partner

Hamburg, Germany
Phone: +49 40 37631-4342
E-mail: e-mail

 

Greater China

Dereck Ji

Partner

Beijing, Greater China
Phone: +86 10 8440 0088
E-mail: e-mail

 
David Ye

Partner

Shanghai, Greater China
Phone: +86 21 5298 6677 - 870
E-mail: e-mail

 

Korea

Sukgeun Lee

Managing Partner

Seoul, Korea
Phone: +82 2 2010 8924
E-mail: e-mail

 

Morocco

Laurent Benarousse

Partner

Casablanca, Morocco
Phone: +212 529 01 13 54
E-mail: e-mail

 

Southeast Asia

Vincent Casanova

Principal

Singapore, Southeast Asia
Phone: +65 6597-4552
E-mail: e-mail

 
John Low

Partner

Kuala Lumpur, Southeast Asia
Phone: +603 2203-8600
E-mail: e-mail

 
Nitin Mahajan

Principal

Singapore, Southeast Asia
Phone: +65 6597 4530
E-mail: e-mail

 
Anthonie Versluis

Partner

Kuala Lumpur, Southeast Asia
Phone: +603-2203 8600
E-mail: e-mail

 

United Arab Emirates

Helmut Scholze

Principal

Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971 44 46 4080
E-mail: e-mail

 

FURTHER READING

Familienfreundlichkeit in Unternehmen

Study (in German), 2009

Findings of a representative survey among employers and employees, submitted at the request of the German Federal Ministry of Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ) in the context of the "Success factor family" company program …  >>

 
Family-friendliness helps companies master the crisis

Study (in German), 2009

Family-friendly HR policies make companies more flexible and help them retain skilled staff …  >>

 
Standort Baden-Württemberg

Study (in German), 2007

In 2007, the Robert Bosch Foundation commissioned Roland Berger Strategy Consultants to conduct a study for Baden-Württemberg. We developed a target scenario and identified central levers to ensure Baden-Württemberg's lasting competitiveness. …  (PDF, 799 KB)

 
Wirtschaftsmotor Alter

Study (in German), 2007

In July 2007, the German Ministry of Family Affairs commissioned Roland Berger to conduct a study. It will deal with demographic change and its impact on consumer demand, a major driver of economic growth in Germany. …  (PDF, 2541 KB)