Global consulting firm Navigant has appointed Renée Dye to become the Firm’s new Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer. Dye joins from McKinsey & Company where she was a Senior Expert in its Global Strategy Practice.
Although not very well known in Europe, Navigant is one of the most prestigious consulting firms across the Atlantic Ocean. It helps clients with issues in the field of economics, management consulting, financial advisory and forensics. Navigant has 2,400 employees , of which the large majority works in the United States. Outside the U.S. it has offices in Asia (Qatar, Singapore, UAE) and Europe (Denmark and UK). Navigant’s global revenue lies just under $900 million.
Renée Dye has worked for the past 15 years for McKinsey. She has extensive experience leading strategic planning processes, developing and implementing idea generation programs, and leading portfolio evaluation and alignment efforts. Besides her strategy consulting work, she also was up to recently verbonden aan the Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, where she taught strategic management and consulting courses as an adjunct faculty member. Much of her work and research articles has been published in Fortune, Harvard Business Review and The McKinsey Quarterly.
''Renée brings significant expertise to this new position,'' says Julie Howard, Chief Executive Officer of Navigant. ''At McKinsey & Company, she led corporate and business unit strategy efforts for clients across many industries, with substantial expertise in the healthcare and financial services sectors. Renee will lead our teams in the identification of new solutions, services and collaboration possibilities to fuel our growth agenda.''
''I am thrilled to be joining Navigant'' says Dye in a reaction to her appointment. ''Navigant has an impressive history of professional service delivery through its strong bench of experts and consultants throughout the firm. I very much look forward to working in partnership with the business leaders to align the portfolio around the highest-potential growth opportunities – with particular attention to those enabled by innovation.''