MUNICH (May 1, 2019) – L.E.K. Consulting, the global management consulting firm, announced today that Sebastian Olbert has joined as a partner in its Industrials practice. Sebastian is based in L.E.K.’s Munich office.

“The Industrials sector is extremely dynamic, with technology-driven change leading many organisations to re-evaluate their growth strategies. Sebastian brings experience across the sector and is a proven leader in organisational strategy and digital transformation. His particular expertise in organisational agility will be a great complement to our capabilities in this area as we help clients to capitalise on the many opportunities digital brings,” said Karin von Kienlin, partner, head of L.E.K. in Germany and member of L.E.K.’s Industrials practice.

With close to two decades of consulting experience, Sebastian’s focus is on supporting large enterprises and Mittelstand clients in growth strategy development, performance improvement and operational excellence. This includes both short-term strategic decisions and long-term organisational transformation support. Prior to joining L.E.K., Sebastian was a Partner at goetzpartners, where he led the firm’s digitization programme, and also worked at Accenture.  Sebastian holds a Master of Business Administration from Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg.

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