Vladimir joined McKinsey’s Moscow Office in 2006 and supports clients in the telecommunications, transport, machinery, metals, finance, and chemical industries. He serves clients in Russia, Ukraine, Scandinavia, and Germany.
Vladimir primarily focuses on the telecom and transport industries. In these and other sectors his work covers strategy development, marketing, operations, organization, and governance system transformation and finance.
Vladimir recently helped a major international telecom company develop and implement a customer satisfaction improvement program, launch a strategic planning cycle, and implement a best practice pricing models.
In the transport and infrastructure sectors, Vladimir led development strategies and operations improvement programs for shipbuilding, port asset management, and passenger rail travel services. His support of a Russian mechanical engineering company included a purchasing system transformation to optimize functional structure and processes. Vladimir is an active member of our Global Telecommunications practice and Travel, Infrastructure, and Logistics practice.
Before joining McKinsey & Company, Vladimir worked in the US for an electric power company. Previously, he worked for the US Consulate General in Vladivostok as Assistant in Economic Affairs and was responsible for research on the key economic sectors of the Russian Far East, including the energy, travel, telecommunications, and fishing industries.
|Georgia Institute of Technology (USA)
||MBA with honors in accounting and finance
|University of Maryland University College (Russia and Germany)
|Far Eastern Federal University (Vladivostok, Russia)
||BA (International Economics)