Arnaud Bodji and Oliver Golly join Arthur D. Little’s partner team

17 June 2022 2 min. read

Global management consulting firm Arthur D. Little has welcomed two new partners in its European business.

In Paris, Arnaud Bodji has been appointed as a partner in the Aerospace & Defense practice. He is also part of its Operations Management practice.

Bodji joins the firm from Kearney, where he worked for three years. He previously worked for fourteen years for Corporate Value Associates, latterly as a partner.

Arnaud Bodji and Oliver Golly - Arthur D Little

He specialises in corporate strategy, governance, operating model transformation, and procurement, and has consulted in a variety of sectors, with a strong focus on engineered products in the rail, automotive, energy and aerospace & defense industries.

Vincent Bamberger, Managing Partner at Arthur D. Little, said: “As a creative, independent-minded and very knowledgeable individual, with excellent contacts in a variety of industrial sectors, Arnaud is a tremendous addition to our team. He has advised senior executives and decision-makers at engineered product companies for nearly 20 years, and his questing, entrepreneurial outlook is a perfect cultural fit for us.”

In Frankfurt, Oliver Golly has been appointed a partner and core member of the company’s Energy & Utilities practice. As well as working with energy and utilities companies, he will also focus on delivering strategic energy-related consultancy for industrial companies and investors in the energy space.

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little, Golly was a partner and at Strategy& and a member of its European Energy and Utilities leadership team. Earlier in his career, he worked at strategy consultancies Bain & Company and Kearney, and in between his consulting stints, he spent five years at energy group E.ON.

Michael Kruse, Leader of Arthur D. Little’s Energy & Utilities practice, commented: “We’re very pleased to welcome Oliver, as his breadth of experience and deep industry network make him a really valuable member of the team. His long-standing presence in the energy sector means that he is regarded as a ‘trusted advisor’ by senior executives.”