Greg consults with CEOs and other senior leaders on global organization design and activation, including the development global executive talent.
Greg has led whole company, global redesign projects for many leading multi-national companies in the consumer packaged goods, food and beverage, capital equipment, life sciences and healthcare sectors. He provides counsel to CEOs and executive teams in designing and activating global operating models and governance practices in large multi-national organizations. He has developed and implemented succession-planning and executive assessment practices at numerous major companies.
He is the co-author of Bridging Organization Design and Performance (John Wiley, 2016) and Leading Organization Design (Jossey-Bass, 2011), as well as numerous articles and book chapters. He teaches and speaks on the subject to executive groups in public and in-house programs and is a Resource Partner to the Center for Effective Organizations at the Marshall School of Business at USC.
Before beginning his consulting career, Greg held senior HR management positions in the U.S. and Europe for Fortune 200 companies. Greg holds a Master’s Degree in Organization and Human Relations from the University of Kansas.
Getting Your Employer to Pay for Your Training — in 8 Steps
5 Reasons Why You May Prefer Open Enrollment Programs over Executive MBA
5 Mistakes to Avoid in Choosing Executive Education