5 CONSULTANTS 2013
the platform on which I ran and was elected to lead last
summer,” he says.
Aurik has said A. T. Kearney will double its revenue
—to $2 billion annually—by the end of the decade. In
order to do that, the firm would need to average double-digit growth for the next six years.
To achieve that goal, Aurik says A.T. Kearney will
redouble its efforts in North America, initially. “A North
America rebound is coming,” he says. “It is, hands
down, the No. 1 consulting market in the world and we
think there will be significant growth in the sector, par-
ticularly in Financial Services, Banking and Energy.”
firm’s regained confidence gives A. T. Kearney a leg up
in the ever-present talent war. “We’ve rebuilt our em-
ployee satisfaction levels, and it’s as high as it’s ever
been,” he says. Quite a change from where it was in
2006, he says.
Consulting May 2013