Alexey Pankov

Associate Director

Education

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Master’s degree in applied physics and mathematics

Past Experience

Strategy Partners Group
Associate Partner

Alexey is an Associate Director in our Moscow office. He is a member of our Automotive and Manufactured Goods Practice. He is focused on topics of Strategy, Organization & Transformation, Operations Management, and Technology & Innovation Management.

Alexey is an expert in the aerospace and industrial manufacturing industries. He also has experience in electronics, TMT, consumer goods, the financial sector, and utilities.

He has worked repeatedly with Russia’s largest companies and government bodies, as well as with international corporations. Alexey is focused on establishing long-term relations with clients and always tries to be not only an advisor to his clients but also a co-leader in implementation.

Before joining Arthur D. Little, Alexey worked for 12 years in Russian consulting companies and accomplished over 50 projects on strategic, operational, and commercial issues in various sectors.

Alexey also gained experience in several technological and IT companies.

Alexey holds a master’s degree in applied physics and mathematics from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

Alexey is married and has two children. They live in Moscow. In his free time, Alexey reads and swims.

Recent Publications

Winning the war for digital talent
Winning the war for digital talent
Businesses across the world are facing a shortage of professional talent and expertise in digital and IT skills and capabilities. For example, a 2021 survey suggested that 76 percent of IT decision-makers worldwide faced critical skills gaps in their departments, an increase of 145 percent since 2016.[1]
Integrated planning in metals & mining
Over the past decade, heavily invested projects from metals, mining, and other industrial companies have transformed and optimized functional processes – standardizing operations within ERP systems and enriching systems with data through modern digital tools. Such key functional area optimization produced solid economic benefits. Opportunities for more value remain via optimal interfaces between different functions that, locally optimized, are still siloed and do not provide substantial productivity improvement.

Alexey is an Associate Director in our Moscow office. He is a member of our Automotive and Manufactured Goods Practice. He is focused on topics of Strategy, Organization & Transformation, Operations Management, and Technology & Innovation Management.

Alexey is an expert in the aerospace and industrial manufacturing industries. He also has experience in electronics, TMT, consumer goods, the financial sector, and utilities.

He has worked repeatedly with Russia’s largest companies and government bodies, as well as with international corporations. Alexey is focused on establishing long-term relations with clients and always tries to be not only an advisor to his clients but also a co-leader in implementation.

Before joining Arthur D. Little, Alexey worked for 12 years in Russian consulting companies and accomplished over 50 projects on strategic, operational, and commercial issues in various sectors.

Alexey also gained experience in several technological and IT companies.

Alexey holds a master’s degree in applied physics and mathematics from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

Alexey is married and has two children. They live in Moscow. In his free time, Alexey reads and swims.

Recent Publications

Winning the war for digital talent
Winning the war for digital talent
Businesses across the world are facing a shortage of professional talent and expertise in digital and IT skills and capabilities. For example, a 2021 survey suggested that 76 percent of IT decision-makers worldwide faced critical skills gaps in their departments, an increase of 145 percent since 2016.[1]
Integrated planning in metals & mining
Over the past decade, heavily invested projects from metals, mining, and other industrial companies have transformed and optimized functional processes – standardizing operations within ERP systems and enriching systems with data through modern digital tools. Such key functional area optimization produced solid economic benefits. Opportunities for more value remain via optimal interfaces between different functions that, locally optimized, are still siloed and do not provide substantial productivity improvement.

More About Alexey
  • Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
    Master’s degree in applied physics and mathematics
  • Strategy Partners Group
    Associate Partner