NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 21, 2022
The Consulting Report is pleased to announce The Top 50 Consulting Firm CEOs of 2022. With the management consulting market projected to top $1 trillion before the decade is out, growth targets among consulting firms have become more ambitious. The CEOs on this year’s list have managed to stand out in the crowd through their commitment to advancing the objectives of their clients. They do so by leveraging the collective vast experience of their organizations to deliver unique insights and strategies for long-term business success. They have differentiated themselves with industry specific expertise and various capabilities that help clients navigate through challenging and ever-changing business environments.
Some of the distinguished awardees on this year’s list include Booz Allen Hamilton President and CEO, Horacio Rozanski, who has helped his firm expand aggressively into the defense and intelligence markets. Meanwhile, Kearney’s Chairman and Managing Partner, Alex Liu, also serves as the company’s chief diversity officer, and his work in this field has been hailed by the Global Diversity List, the World Economic Forum, and CNBC. And McKinsey Global Managing Partner Bob Sternfels has accelerated the company’s expansion into key areas such as analytics, transformation, and sustainability, and helped launch the firm’s dedicated sustainability practice in 2021.
This year’s awardees were selected based on nominations from colleagues, peers, and other professionals in addition to in-house industry research. We weighed the quality and consistency of the nominations submitted on behalf of each candidate with firm performance and organizational growth. Each nominee was evaluated closely, with particular attention paid to written commentary provided. Please join us in celebrating The Top 50 Consulting Firm CEOs of 2022.
Horacio Rozanski (Booz Allen Hamilton), Sam Balaji (Deloitte), Alex Liu (Kearney), Julie Sweet (Accenture), Aiman Ezzat (Capgemini), Salil Parekh (Infosys), Manny Maceda (Bain & Company), Bob Sternfels (McKinsey & Company), Bill Thomas (KPMG International), Nazzic Keene (SAIC), Carmine Di Sibio (EY), Nigel Vaz (Publicis Sapient), Michael Poulos (Marsh Advisory), Robert Moritz (PwC), Arvind Krishna (IBM), Ignacio García Alves (Arthur D. Little), C Vijayakumar (HCL Technologies), Tony Alvarez II (Alvarez & Marsal), Brian Humphries (Cognizant), Rajesh Gopinathan (Tata Consultancy Services), Sophie Ross (FTI Consulting), George Schindler (CGI), Nick Studer (Oliver Wyman), Amy Gilliland (General Dynamics Information Technology), Shai Waisman (Kroll), Gregory J. Hayes (Raytheon Technologies), David Kessler (CohnReznick), Tom Arseneault (BAE Systems), Clay Heskett (L.E.K. Consulting), Paul Keary (Teneo), Jason Providakes (MITRE), Brian Becker (RSM US LLP), Jeff Wray (EY-Parthenon), James Goodnight (SAS), John Haley (Willis Towers Watson), Seth Siegel (Grant Thornton), Thierry Delaporte (Wipro Limited), Nourdine Bihmane (Atos), Eugene Hall (Gartner), Joseph Tarantino (Protiviti), Brad Jackson (Slalom), Jim Costanzo (Nordic Consulting Partners), Niels Ahrengot (Implement Consulting Group), Nikolay Kurayev (ScienceSoft), Mike Rizzo (ClearView Healthcare Partners), Tom Finegan (Clarkston Consulting), Laura O’Toole (Santa Rosa Consulting), Kevin Parikh (Avasant), Andy Singh (Teqfocus Consulting), Michele Durante (CSCI Consulting).
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