Vincent Bamberger

Managing Partner

Head of Arthur D. Little France & Belgium

Education

Paris Dauphine University (France)
Master of Business Administration
Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Publics, du Bâtiment et de l'Industrie (France)
Civil Engineer

Past Experience

Bossard
Manager
Colas
Site Engineer

Vincent is the Managing Partner of Arthur D. Little's Paris and Brussels offices. He has more than 20 years of experience in strategy and management consulting. 

Vincent has specific areas of expertise in strategy, innovation, organization, and operations issues. He mainly serves clients within the transportation and aerospace & defense industries. Vincent also serves major Private Equity companies around the world in due diligence and improving the performance of portfolio companies across industries. 

Vincent is a civil engineer. He graduated from l’Ecole Supérieure des Travaux Publics de Paris (ESTP), and has an MBA (DEA) awarded by the Université de Paris Dauphine.

Recent Publications

Dematerialized ticketing
Transport authorities and mass transit operators should consider dematerialization of ticketing for increased resilience and to pave the way for Mobility-as-a-Service in a post-Covid world
Capturing value from earth observation analytics
The increasing number of satellites, the growing variety of earth observation (EO) sensors, and the adoption of new analytics techniques are driving the growth of the satellite-based EO analytics industry. Over the next decade a wide number of sectors will further leverage EO to enhance their decision-making and operational processes. However, as of today, EO analytics is a fragmented, niche industry, with several players evolving their value chain positioning and business models. In light of this, Arthur D.
Innovation purpose
Innovation is central to success for businesses today, yet many large, asset-heavy companies with decentralized business units struggle to combine R&D agility with common, clearly communicable corporate strategies. This article, based on experience at a large global energy company, explains how a purpose-driven approach to R&D can deliver innovation agility across the organization.
Digitalization can make energy more affordable
An interview with Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman and CEO, Total
Logistics 4.0 – Facing digitalization- driven disruption
At a time of market transformation, legacy logistics players (LLPs) risk being held back by the weight of their past, with static organizations, old IT systems, and complex processes preventing them from competing. As Logistics 4.0 becomes a reality, how can LLPs set their future strategies and ensure they are focusing on the right areas to become digital champions? This article sets out a potential framework that players can use to manage competing priorities and ensure that investments deliver digital transformation.

Vincent is the Managing Partner of Arthur D. Little's Paris and Brussels offices. He has more than 20 years of experience in strategy and management consulting. 

Vincent has specific areas of expertise in strategy, innovation, organization, and operations issues. He mainly serves clients within the transportation and aerospace & defense industries. Vincent also serves major Private Equity companies around the world in due diligence and improving the performance of portfolio companies across industries. 

Vincent is a civil engineer. He graduated from l’Ecole Supérieure des Travaux Publics de Paris (ESTP), and has an MBA (DEA) awarded by the Université de Paris Dauphine.

Recent Publications

Dematerialized ticketing
Transport authorities and mass transit operators should consider dematerialization of ticketing for increased resilience and to pave the way for Mobility-as-a-Service in a post-Covid world
Capturing value from earth observation analytics
The increasing number of satellites, the growing variety of earth observation (EO) sensors, and the adoption of new analytics techniques are driving the growth of the satellite-based EO analytics industry. Over the next decade a wide number of sectors will further leverage EO to enhance their decision-making and operational processes. However, as of today, EO analytics is a fragmented, niche industry, with several players evolving their value chain positioning and business models. In light of this, Arthur D.
Innovation purpose
Innovation is central to success for businesses today, yet many large, asset-heavy companies with decentralized business units struggle to combine R&D agility with common, clearly communicable corporate strategies. This article, based on experience at a large global energy company, explains how a purpose-driven approach to R&D can deliver innovation agility across the organization.
Digitalization can make energy more affordable
An interview with Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman and CEO, Total
Logistics 4.0 – Facing digitalization- driven disruption
At a time of market transformation, legacy logistics players (LLPs) risk being held back by the weight of their past, with static organizations, old IT systems, and complex processes preventing them from competing. As Logistics 4.0 becomes a reality, how can LLPs set their future strategies and ensure they are focusing on the right areas to become digital champions? This article sets out a potential framework that players can use to manage competing priorities and ensure that investments deliver digital transformation.

More About Vincent
  • Paris Dauphine University (France)
    Master of Business Administration
  • Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Publics, du Bâtiment et de l'Industrie (France)
    Civil Engineer
  • Bossard
    Manager
  • Colas
    Site Engineer