Colin Price leads the firm’s global Organization Practice. For more than 20 years he has helped executives tackle their most important organizational challenges, including performance transformation, behavioral change, post-merger integration, and organization design. He has advised some of the world’s largest corporations and major public-sector organizations.
Colin’s has directed multiyear change programs and turnarounds that have substantially improved companies’ financial performance and underlying organizational health; supported major mergers that have achieved much greater synergies than anticipated; delivered significant savings through cost-cutting and reorganization efforts; and worked with one of the world’s largest health systems to design and implement a large-scale “social movement” to galvanize the system behind a quality strategy.
In addition to his McKinsey roles, Colin holds a visiting professorship at Bath University in the UK, focusing on organizational behavior and leadership, and is an associate fellow of Oxford University.
“Leadership and the art of plate spinning,” McKinsey Quarterly, November 2012
Beyond Performance: How organizational health delivers ultimate competitive advantage, Wiley, 2011
Mergers: Leadership, Performance, and Corporate Health, Palgrave Macmillan, 2006
“Business and the art of transformation,” McKinsey Quarterly, August, 2006
||World Managing Partner, Strategic Change
|University of Bath
||MSc in behavioral science/industrial relations
|University of Birmingham
||BA in economics