Klaus Boehncke is a Global Digital Health Lead for L.E.K. based in Europe.
With more than 25 years of experience across Europe and Asia-Pacific, Klaus is a recognized expert in disciplines including digital, technology and business strategy, as well as program management support. He has worked across a variety of areas, including strategy consulting, private equity, venture capital and turnaround management, advising leading private sector clients, government ministries and related public sector bodies. Klaus’ expert commentary has appeared in the Financial Times as well as other publications. He was instrumental in developing the L.E.K. Digital Excellence (DEX) maturity model which has been used in many of our client engagements and also by our clients directly.
At L.E.K., Klaus focuses on digital strategy and innovation for healthcare services companies (including clinic chains and hospitals) as well as life sciences corporates, and on reviewing digital and healthcare IT solutions on due diligence work for investors in these markets. Innovation themes that Klaus advises on include exponential acceleration of digital change, the application of AI and data analytics for healthcare decision support, mobile apps and digital therapeutics, as well as telemedicine.
Before joining L.E.K., Klaus was a partner with the IBM Global Digital Strategy Team and other leading consulting firms. He holds an MSc degree in Physics from the Technical University of Munich and the University of Illinois, and an MBA with Distinction from INSEAD, France. He holds dual German and Australian citizenships.
Undergraduate: Technical University Darmstadt (Vordiplom in Physics) and Ecole de Physique de Grenoble (Licence de Physique)
Graduate: MSc in Physics, Technical University of Munich and University of Illinois; MBA with Distinction, INSEAD France
Guillaume Duparc joined L.E.K. in 2005 and is a Partner in the Warsaw office and a member of the healthcare team. He advises corporate and private equity clients on strategy development, market entry, business planning, organisation and performance, digital transformation, and M&A. Guillaume has developed significant international expertise in healthcare across the care continuum, medtech and digital health.
Guillaume is an International Relations graduate from Geneva’s Institute of International and Development Studies, and received his Master’s in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics. He has also completed the CFA examination programme.
Graduate: International Relations graduate fom the Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. MSc in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics