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Alexandra Camp

PartnerNew York

With a deep understanding of organizational health, Alex collaborates with leaders to build and sustain a culture of performance in their organizations

Alex, a partner with McKinsey, serves clients in the People & Organizational Performance Practice, where she leads the firm’s work on organizational health globally. She and her team bring analytics and technology to help clients embrace data-driven approaches to boost organizational performance and transformational change.

Since joining the firm in 2013, Alex has worked with executives to lead broad-based change programs anchored in creating high-performing cultures for sustained performance. She helps activate top teams, with an eye on critical value, helping enable employee opportunities, and presenting holistic talent and HR system changes to empower an organization’s people and its strategy.

Taking a collaborative approach to helping an organization sustain great performance, Alex focuses on encouraging fresh mindsets, behaviors, and day-to-day practices. She and her team have worked together to refresh the Organizational Health Index (OHI), a survey tool based on more than 20 years of research and application at more than 2,500 organizations globally. Insights from the OHI help create a map for how leaders can shift organizational culture and sustain the changes that guide long-term performance.

An example of her recent client work includes:

  • helping lead large-scale organizational change and cultural activities for multiple industries and regions, including insurance, healthcare, public sector, banking, oil & gas, chemicals, and manufacturing

Before joining McKinsey, Alex was a principal at an international business consulting, information technology, and outsourcing services firm where she worked as an org strategy consultant with a focus on large scale transformational change, training, and talent development in the technology space.

Alex is also a global Change leader and a Master Facilitator for McKinsey’s transformational change executive seminar Change Leaders Forum and a frequent speaker at conferences and events related to culture, change management and talent, including guest lecturing at Stanford and Georgetown.

Published work

Organizational health is (still) the key to long-term performance,” McKinsey & Company, February 2024

Six ‘power practices’ to retain nonprofit talent,” blog entry, McKinsey & Company, May 2023

Scaling rapid workforce conversion during COVID-19,” McKinsey & Company, May 2020

Linking employee engagement to customer satisfaction at Starwood,” blog entry, McKinsey & Company, April 2019

Celebrate mindsets that value the customer AND the employee,” blog entry, McKinsey & Company, February 2019

Master these mindsets to enchant customers,” blog entry, McKinsey & Company, January 2019

Past experience

Principal, Senior Associate


University of Chicago - Booth School of Business