A.T. Kearney’s Changing of the Guard: After Six Years in Charge, Johan Aurik Reflects on the Firm He’s Handing Off to Alex Liu

Earlier this year, Alex Liu was elected the ninth Managing Partner and Chairman of A.T. Kearney.  On May 1, he officially took over for Johan Aurik, who…

Earlier this year, Alex Liu was elected the ninth Managing Partner and Chairman of A.T. Kearney.  On May 1, he officially took over for Johan Aurik, who had served in that role for the last six years—two consecutive terms. Aurik joined A.T. Kearney more than 30 years ago “before we even had computers,” he said. After a well deserved sabbatical this summer, Aurik will assume his role as Partner and Chairman Emeritas where he’ll continue to manage some of the firm’s biggest client relationships but will “cherish the freedom” he has. Aurik sat down with Consulting to discuss his career, his time as Managing Partner, lessons learned form the EDS “debacle” and the current status of the firm he’s passing off to Liu.

LOAD MORE
Service Line: