Vladislav Boutenko joined BCG in 1999 and has since spent time at the companys offices in Paris, San Francisco and Moscow. He has provided consulting services to the management of several Fortune 500 companies. Mr Boutenko is the co-director of the companys Intellectual Property division and also oversees the Russian Education, Organisation and Human Capital practice.
Before joining BCG, Vladislav worked at General Electric Healthcare (GE), where he was in charge of introducing digital technologies in medical diagnostics devices. At GE, Mr Boutenko became the first holder of the Six Sigma Black Belt in the R&D department and co-developed the Design for Six Sigma (DFSS) methodology for the effective innovation.
He has registered ten inventions in the United States and Europe. In 2013, Mr Boutenko was elected First Vice President of the Russian Book Union (RBU) and Chairman of the Board of the RBU «Education» Chamber.
Mr Boutenko graduated with honours from the Faculty of Optoelectronics of Moscow State Institute of Radio Engineering, Electronics and Automation and also obtained a Masters degree in mathematics from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications in Paris, where he was a French government scholar.