LCP Consulting strengthens team with Will Shepherd

27 November 2014

LCP Consulting has appointed Will Shepherd as Partner. Shepherd joins the firm from Capgemini and has almost 20 years of experience in the consulting industry. In his new role, he will be in charge of the innovation and growth of the Manufacturing Practice, a quickly expanding part of the firm.

LCP Consulting (LCP) is a UK-based consulting firm specialised in business operations and customer-driven supply chain management. The firm helps to design and realise innovative business operating models through its end-to-end supply chain strategies. Since its establishment in 1984, the firm has worked internationally across a range of sectors, including retail, healthcare, manufacturing, energy, and government, to provide expertise in business operating models, customer and commercial proposition, business insights through analytics, end-to-end supply chain management, people and organisational development, and research and benchmarking.

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Will Shepherd joins the firm’s senior team as Partner and will lead the innovation and growth of the expanding Manufacturing Practice. Shepherd will be in charge of deepening the existing range of capabilities and identifying critical business opportunities for LCP’s clients. “Will’s extensive experience will help us to continue to deliver success for clients in this area [manufacturing]. In addition his track record spanning both consultancy and the manufacturing industry - including automation - is an invaluable asset for our clients, bringing a unique perspective to what they really value,” comments John Lockton, Managing Director at LCP Consulting.

Shepherd brings extensive experience in consultancy to his new role, most recently working at Capgemini Consulting. Prior to this, he fulfilled several management consultancy roles at Ernst & Young, Gemini Consulting, and Capgemini Ernst & Young. Shepherd started his career at Fiat, a company he joined after graduating in 1988 and worked at for almost 8 years, until he entered the consulting industry in December 1995.


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