BCG Presentations: A Baker’s Dozen

By | November 26, 2017

What does good look like? All thoughtful business people are curious what good presentations look like. Here are a dozen+ presentations (freely and publicly available online) from Boston Consulting Group. These BCG decks may not be in your industry, or your function, but they show a lot of rigor, creativity, and lots of logical structuring. This is how the best of the best convey their ideas. It’s always helpful to see how others do it. Enjoy.

  1. Next Generation Manufacturing (64pg, 3.2Mb)
  2. Reshaping New York City Housing Authority support functions (112pg, 1.8Mb)
  3. Loose Dogs in Dallas: Recommendations to Improve Public Safety, Animal Welfare (406pg, 11Mb)
  4. Projecting US Mail Volumes to 2020 (21 pg, 400Kb)
  5. Melbourne as a Global Cultural Destination (56 pg, 5.8Mb)
  6. The True Global Luxury Consumer Insights, 4th edition (65 pg, 3Mb)
  7. BCG Assessment of Pathways of Education, (16pg, 280Kb)
  8. (Iceland) Healthcare System Reform and Short-term Opportunities, (135pg, 6.9Mb)
  9. Value Guided Healthcare as a Platform for Industrial Development in Sweden (85pg, 2.2Mb)
  10. Corporate Ventures in Sweden (28pg, 1.5Mb)
  11. Shareholder Creation in a Hesitant Economy (19pg, 800Kb)
  12. Open Education Resources Ecosystem (23pg, 500Kb)
  13. San Pedro Bay Clean Truck Program (81pg, 700Kb)

A few things that I noticed when reviewing these BCG presentations:

Anything else you notice when reading these, or even comparing them to those of McKinsey?

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2 thoughts on “BCG Presentations: A Baker’s Dozen

  1. Sujit

    Lot of work have been put into these presentations. Kudos to the people at BCG. I wonder how different the presentations from non-top firms look like.


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