Andrew Goodman is a senior partner in McKinsey’s London office. He has also previously been based in the firm's United States and Middle East offices.
Andrew serves companies, governments and investors on a range of strategy, finance, and organizational topics. He supports clients in sectors that are being disrupted in designing and delivering strategic transformations. He leads our Technology, Media and Telecom practice in the UK, co-leads our Consumer Tech & Media practice in Europe, and leads our work on public finance in the United Kingdom.
In the private sector, Andrew’s work has included supporting FTSE 100 companies conducting comprehensive restructurings, supporting private equity firms conducting strategy reviews of portfolio assets and presale vendor due diligence, and supporting M&A transactions and post-merger integration. He has particular expertise serving clients in the media and technology sectors including SaaS, EdTech, publishing, video and music.
In the public sector, his work has included supporting a national ministry of finance in developing and piloting a new approach to map and assess the efficiency of public spending, a national ministry of economy in developing a government revenue diversification and sovereign debt issuance strategy, and a national ministry of defence in delivering significant efficiency improvements.
Beyond his direct client work, Andrew convenes McKinsey’s Chiefs of Staff forum, which brings together chiefs of staff from the private and public sector. Previously, he was the chief of staff for the McKinsey Centre for Government, McKinsey’s global think/do tank for research, collaboration, and innovation in government performance. Outside of McKinsey, Andrew teaches as part of the Masters in Public Policy programme at the Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University.