Alfred Chan on 'An Issue-Based Approach to Strategy'


SIM Professional Development
Executive Director, Quintegral

Alfred Chan is Executive Director of Imperial Consulting, Singapore. He has been in management consulting for over 20 years, with Arthur D. Little, Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), Arthur Andersen and KPMG, in the last two firms as a Partner and a Director respectively. Prior to management consulting, he was in investment banking with JP Morgan and DBS Bank. Mr Chan has an MBA (Finance Major) from Columbia Business School in New York and a BE (Hons) in electrical engineering from the University of Melbourne, earned under a Colombo Plan Scholarship.


Executive Director

  • Company Name Quintegral
  • Dates EmployedOct 2018 – Present
  • Employment Duration10 mos
  • Location Singapore

In 2018, Imperial Consulting was acquired by Trainocate (, a regional IT training company based in Japan. As part of its strategic expansion, Trainocate was looking to diversify into the leadership and management development business through acquisitions in the Asia Pacific region. Trainocate is consolidating its leadership and management development activities under the brand name of Quintegral while its IT training business will continue under the brand name of Trainocate.

With the acquisition of Imperial Consulting, Quintegral now represents the American Management Association ( in Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam.

Executive Director

  • Company Name Imperial Consulting
  • Dates EmployedOct 2005 – Sep 2018
  • Employment Duration13 yrs

Imperial Consulting represents the American Management Association (AMA) in Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and Indonesia. AMA is one of the largest leadership and management development organizations globally. Imperial Consulting offers AMA programs to clients as both open enrolment programs and customized in-house programs.


  • Company Name KPMG Business Advisory
  • Dates EmployedFeb 2004 – Sep 2005
  • Employment Duration1 yr 8 mos
  • LocationSingapore

Managing Director

  • Company Name BearingPoint
  • Dates EmployedJul 2002 – Sep 2003
  • Employment Duration1 yr 3 mos
  • Location Singapore

Andersen Worldwide Partner

  • Company Name Arthur Andersen (Business Consulting)
  • Dates EmployedJan 1999 – Jun 2002
  • Employment Duration3 yrs 5 mos
  • Location Singapore

Associate Partner

  • Company NameAndersen Consulting (Strategy Practice)
  • Dates EmployedOct 1993 – Dec 1998
  • Employment Duration5 yrs 4 mos
  • Location Singapore

Senior Consultant

  • Company Name Arthur D. Little
  • Dates EmployedDec 1985 – Sep 1993
  • Employment Duration7 yrs 10 mos
  • Location Singapore


Columbia University - Columbia Business School

  • Degree Name MBA Field Of StudyFinance and Strategy
  • Dates attended or expected graduation 1981

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University of Melbourne

  • Degree Name BE (Hons) Field Of StudyElectrical Engineering
  • Dates attended or expected graduation 1975

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