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  A.T.Kearney today announced the election of H.L.Henner Klein to a three-year term as chief executive officer, following a vote by the nearly 300 officers of the firm.
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Klein, a vice president based in Brussels, will assume the CEO post on December 1, 2003, from current CEO Dietmar Ostermann. Klein will report to the A.T. Kearney board of directors, which is chaired by EDS Chairman and CEO Michael Jordan.

“The election marks a critical juncture in the evolution of A.T. Kearney as a complementary subsidiary business within EDS,” Jordan said. “I look forward to working with Henner and my fellow A.T. Kearney board members to give A.T. Kearney the guidance and resources necessary for continued success in a competitive global consulting market.”

Klein, 58, has more than 21 years of consulting experience at A.T. Kearney in areas such as business reorganization, sales organization re-design, logistics and supply chain management. He has led engagements in multiple industries including consumer products, pharmaceuticals, high tech and automotive. Klein is currently the leader of A.T. Kearney's Northern Europe Profit Center and a member of the A.T. Kearney Board of Directors. He joined A.T. Kearney in 1982 and became a vice president in 1989.

“I am honored my fellow A.T. Kearney officers have entrusted me with the responsibility of leading this firm into a new era,” Klein said. “Among our clients, A.T. Kearney is known for results orientation and delivering strategies that work. That's the approach I intend to bring to my term as CEO. Our priority is to serve our clients and develop and take care of our people.”

Prior to joining A.T. Kearney, Klein worked in the consumer products industry for Dr. Oetker, a multi-national food company based in Germany, and for Procter & Gamble.

Klein will continue to be based in Brussels and also will maintain an office in Chicago.

Ostermann, A.T. Kearney's CEO since 2000, will relocate to A.T. Kearney's New York office and resume work as a client-serving consulting officer.
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