Petter Kilefors is the Managing Partner for Arthur D. Little’s Nordic region. In 2002, at the age of 28, Kilefors was the youngest ever promoted to Partner at Arthur D. Little. In his 25+ years of experience, he has served about 300 clients in the public, private, and financial sectors.
He has advised government offices and multilateral organizations on matters such as artificial intelligence, nuclear safety, consumer politics, sustainability, governance, and budget matters. His clients include the Prime Minister’s Office, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Integration & Equality, the Nordic Council of Ministers, and the Council of Baltic Sea States.
Kilefors is also a well-known advisor in the healthcare and life sciences, including to one of the world’s most prestigious hospitals, the Karolinska University Hospital. Early on in the pandemic, he was engaged by a large private nursing home provider to investigate the impact of COVID-19, and is currently engaged in investigating the learnings from the COVID-19 ramp-up for a state-owned airport.
Kilefors is the co-founder of “The Art of Case Cracking,” a top-rated course at the Stockholm School of Economics, and has published a significant number of articles, including “Demystifying robotics: A drone’s eye view” (2019) and “When Global Megatrends Run Amok: Growth strategy in an era of de-globalization, cybercrime, systemic competition … and European war” (2022). He earned a Master of Science in economics and business administration from the Stockholm School of Economics and a Master of Science in international business from the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.
Areas of expertise
Strategy & organization, Advice to private equity and industrial investors pre- and post-transaction, Governance issues faced by corporations, investors, governments and multilateral organizations.
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