alex graham

Having joined us in 2005 as our first graduate analyst, Alex is our VP supporting the utilities sector with a specialism in leading projects with a focus on driving performance improvement through organisation & operating model redesign. Alex is faculty at Ashridge-Hult Business School where he teaches...

Having joined us in 2005 as our first graduate analyst, Alex is our VP supporting the utilities sector with a specialism in leading projects with a focus on driving performance improvement through organisation & operating model redesign. Alex is faculty at Ashridge-Hult Business School where he teaches Operating Model design.

Alex prides himself on combining conceptual analysis and design with pragmatic results delivery. He has worked in Europe, Asia, USA and Australia gaining extensive experience in utilities, retail, leisure and financial service. Key clients include Shell, United Utilities, Arriva, Lloyds Bank, ASDA, Whitbread.

Alex’s nickname is ‘The backyard economist’ thanks to his passion for applied behavioural economics, which often sees him cajoling colleagues into helping him test wacky ideas or run mock experiments – from building Lego towers to running price checking errands.

Before re-joining Egremont in 2012 he spent three years at PwC Asia developing their People & Change practice as they re-entered the consulting market.

Alex has a first class honours degree in Biotechnology from UCL and an M.Sc in Management from the London School of Economics. Other qualifications include British Psychological Society (BPS) Chartered Occupational Personality & Ability; Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Lean six sigma Black Belt training.

Alex used to have hobbies and interests until he had his first child. He occasionally finds time to play squash and watch the rugby highlights.

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