Joshua Hinkel is a partner in Bain & Company's Dallas office. He is an expert in the firm's Performance Improvement, Technology and Supply Chain Management practices and the North America product leader for Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP).
Joshua has nearly 15 years of management consulting experience, working with senior executives and management teams to address their biggest opportunities and challenges.
He has significant experience in leading broad, global supply chain transformation programs across both technology and consumer products and has deep expertise across both S&OP and demand and supply planning processes.
In addition, he has deep expertise across a range of industries, including personal computers, printing, and food products. His experience in these industries has spanned from core growth strategy to complexity reduction to detailed operational redesign and improvement.
Joshua joined Bain in 2000 and has experience working with clients across the US, Europe and Asia. Prior to Bain, he worked at MediSend International, EDS and Bank of America.
Joshua earned an MBA from Harvard Business School. He graduated summa cum laude from Southern Methodist University with a BS in Management Science and a BS in Mathematics.
- “Talking to Activists: How to Deal With a Pushy Challenger,” National Association of Corporate Directors , July 2016
- “Good Sales and Operations Planning Is No Longer Good Enough,” Brief, April 2016
- “The Virtue of Activist Bank Shareholders,” American Banker, March 2016, Financial Services
- “Want to avoid a proxy battle? Get to know your shareholders,” American Banker, March 2016, Financial Services
- “What's driving the rise in shareholder activism? ,” American Banker, February 2016, Financial Services