RGP names new leaders for on-demand talent and business consulting units

18 June 2024 Consulting.us 3 min. read
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Resources Connection (RGP), an Irvine, CA-headquartered management consultancy, has hired Michael Lane as president of on-demand talent and promoted Jon Bohlman to president of Veracity Consulting.

RGP acquired Veracity, an IT services and digital transformation consultancy, for approximately $30 million in 2019.

The firm – which provides and array of staffing and consulting services – also announced that Mairtini Ni Dhomhnaill would remain head of its third core business unit as founder of Countsy. RGP added Countsy – an outsourced accounting, HR, and back-office platform for startups, scaleups, and spinouts – when it acquired parent company Accretive Solutions in 2017.

“As we continue to grow and evolve our business by adding differentiated engagement models and solutions, we have committed to building clarity and driving focus around our three core business offerings of On-Demand Talent, Consulting, and Outsourced Services,” said Kate Duchene, CEO of RGP. “I’m pleased to welcome Mike to RGP as he takes on this important new role of leading our On-Demand Talent team.”

“I’d also like to congratulate Jon on his well-deserved promotion to lead our evolving consulting business that is bringing digital experience and functional expertise together,” Duchene added. “Along with Mairtini, Mike and Jon will help us develop and implement tailored strategies to optimize each unique business unit, foster cross-selling, and enhance our position in the marketplace.”

RGP names new leaders for on-demand talent and business consulting units

Michael Lane (St Louis, MO) is a business executive and consultant with over 20 years of diverse industry experience, having previously held CEO, CRO, and CIO roles. He joins RGP from consulting firm Eliassen Group, where he served as chief revenue officer and president of professional services.

Before that, Lane was president and CEO of Nevco, a Greenville, IL-based manufacturer of scoreboards, and CIO of Spartech Corporation, a plastics manufacturer. He was also previously a managing director at Protiviti and a manager at Arthur Andersen.

Lane has an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis and a bachelor’s degree in actuarial mathematics from Drake University.

Jon Bohlman (Richmond, VA) has 28 years of consulting experience, including nine years at Veracity, which he co-founded in 2015. He has served as chief operating officer of Veracity since its acquisition by RGP in 2019.

Earlier in his career, Bohlman was an SVP at ICF International, a VP at Ironworks Consulting, a management consultant at WellPoint Inc., and a senior manager at Arthur Andersen Business Consulting (now Accenture).

He has as bachelor’s degree from Carnegie Mellon University.

RGP earlier this month appointed Roger Carlile, founder of Ankura Consulting Group, to its board of directors.

RGP has more than 3,600 professionals globally providing staffing solutions, project execution support, and end-to-end solution delivery in strategy and transformation, finance and accounting, risk and compliance, and technology and digital.