Peter Tollman is Senior Partner Emeritus and Senior Advisor at Boston Consulting Group. He's also an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School and an advisor to several private equity firms and development-stage companies.
Previously, Peter was Managing Director and Senior Partner in BCG's Boston office. He led BCG's CEO Advisory Practice globally, served as global leader of BCG’s Biopharmaceutical Practice, and led its People and Organization Practice in the Americas. He was also a BCG Fellow, a prestigious thought-leadership post.
Over the course of his consulting career, Peter has served many leading firms across industries and around the globe and has counseled numerous CEOs. He specialized in strategy and organizational and operational effectiveness and has advised on numerous corporate transformations, restructurings and mergers.
Peter has authored a large number of publications, and has been a featured speaker at many corporate and industry events. He coauthored the book Six Simple Rules: How to Manage Complexity without Getting Complicated, detailing the transformational approach to improving organizational performance that he helped to pioneer.
Peter joined BCG in 1989. He was also founding managing director of a healthcare venture capital firm, MPM Capital. He is a board member of Tech Care for All and sits on the Board of Governors of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance at the Hebrew University.
Peter received his PhD in engineering from the University of Cape Town, and his MBA with distinction from Columbia Business School.