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Julie Goran

Partner, New York
Helps executives transform the organization to pursue growth and seize digital opportunities. Leader of McKinsey's digital organization work in the Organization and Financial Services Practices.

About Julie

Julie pushes for the organizational design that will unlock strategic potential. Working with executives, she reshapes fundamental operating models and fine-tunes governance approaches. She brings passion and expertise to the pursuit of digital transformation, charting the path to a more agile organization.

Drawing on longstanding experience with financial institutions and insurance companies, Julie leads our digital-organization work and is a leader in our Financial Services and Organization Practices globally. When faced with exciting digital opportunities, she works with leaders to foster the core traits of successful digital companies: experimentation and collaboration. She defines practical steps to change roles, responsibilities, management practices, and employee behavior.

Julie recently designed a transformation program for a US financial institution, working closely with the CEO, head of HR, and business-unit leaders to identify organizational health challenges and develop a broad-based change effort. She also helped a financial institution develop a new mass-market strategy centered on a direct-to-consumer digital offering.

Julie first joined McKinsey in 2000 as a business analyst and returned in 2005 as a senior associate. Committed to making a difference in the community, she leads our New York office’s partnership with the Robin Hood foundation. In 2015, she was selected as a David Rockefeller Fellow, joining a group of twenty senior executives for a yearlong business and civic leadership program.

Published work

Culture for a digital age,” McKinsey Quarterly, July 2017

Education

New York University School of Law
JD

Yale University
BA

Activities & Interests

The Partnership for New York City, David Rockefeller Fellow