Matthew McCreight has
been with the firm since the late 1980s, consulting with a wide variety
of organizations – public, private and non-profit – across all sectors
and throughout the globe.
Matthew has helped many organizations carry out
large-scale change in ways that rapidly achieve significant results,
building the strategic direction, leadership capabilities and
broad-based involvement that are essential for continued success over
the long-term. In this context, he works with senior leaders and their
teams to orchestrate the improvement and transformation of their
organizations. He also coaches and helps develop the capabilities of
internal groups – human resources, finance, consulting, information
technology, and others – to support the push for rapid and lasting
clients have included many of the Global 1000 companies, health care
systems, public and non-profit organizations such as Zurich
Financial Services, Johnson & Johnson, Lloyds Banking Group, Say Yes
to Education, General Electric, Marsh, QBE, Yale University, the US
Postal Service, and Children's Hospital Boston.
Over the years, Matthew has helped corporations and
not-for-profits create major growth. He has also worked with leadership
teams to bring about financial turnarounds in record time. In addition,
he has helped executives to effect the integration of internal
organizations as well as new acquisitions, in ways that bridge
challenging issues and create better performance.
He has lectured on
leadership and transformational change at Princeton, Yale School of
Management, and Northwestern University, among others.
Matthew earned his BA in Economics from Wesleyan University, and his MBA from the Yale School of Management.