Yves Morieux is a globally sought after advisor on corporate transformation, working with the CEOs and leadership teams of the most prominent companies around the world on their transformation efforts. A contributor to the development of organization theory relating to the structural and behavioral conditions for economic value creation and competitive advantage, he has advised more than 500 organizations across industries around the world. He joined BCG in 1995 in the Paris office, transferred to Mumbai in 2012 and is now based in the Washington DC office. He leads the firm's global development of approaches at the intersection of strategy, structures and behaviors to help corporations simultaneously increase productivity and employees' satisfaction at work. A BCG Fellow, he leads the BCG Institute for Organization where he created BCG's new approach to the management of complexity for competitive advantage (Smart Simplicity ®) summarized in his TED Talks here and here.
Prior to joining BCG, Dr Morieux was a Director in a private research and counseling practice that specialized in the application of state-of-art results from social sciences to corporations, public organizations and markets
Yves Morieux holds a PhD in industrial marketing from the university of Strathclyde in the UK, a DEA in organizational sociology from the Paris Institute of Political Science (Sciences Po), a postgraduate certificate in research and quantitative skills from the Scottish Business School, a MSc from CERAM-SKEMA and is a Salzburg Seminar in American Studies alumnus.
He has been a professor in the advanced Decision Sciences & Organizational Sociology programs of the Paris Institute of Political Science and was social science expert for the French National Research Agency (ANR) . He has published two books (recently: Six Simple Rules – How to manage complexity without getting complicated, Harvard Business Review Press, 2014), various scientific articles or book chapters, and is frequently featured in the media or business press on organizational evolution (e.g. The Economist, Financial Times, Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Time, Le Monde).