In response to a volatile and increasingly fragmented business landscape, forward-looking companies are transforming their ways of working today for success in what is anticipated to be an increasingly digital, customer-centered, innovation-led tomorrow. Hear the first-hand account of how innogy Consulting steered RWE and innogy’s transformation journey. And get the four-part approach that can help your company start working smarter now.

In this webinar presentation, innogy Consulting's own Macky McCleary and Graham Dickson will dive into the RWE and innogy case studies, and share innogy Consulting’s best practices for incorporating new ways of working that drive operational excellence. 

In 30 minutes, you’ll learn which four dimensions of your business require dedicated focus, what critical questions to ask among your leadership and cross-functional teams, and how to redesign your structure, programs, performance, and behaviors for the future.

 

Meet our Transformation experts:

Macky McCleary, Partner

Macky

Macky McCleary serves as a leader of innogy Consulting’s Boston office and is responsible for the growth of US operations. Prior to joining innogy Consulting, Macky was in charge of the Division of Public Utilities and Carriers for the state of Rhode Island, overseeing regulations on electricity, water, wireless and broadband, private transportation and sewer systems. He has also led regulatory agencies in the insurance, banking, gaming, and environment industries. Macky has a strong background in consulting, having worked with McKinsey & Co. for five years in the areas of corporate and commercial strategy, environment and public policy. As a clean energy entrepreneur, he co-founded EmPower Solar, a rooftop solar provider.


Graham Dickson, Project Lead

Graham

Graham Dickson is a Project Lead at innogy Consulting, and has been responsible for delivering Strategy, Customer Experience and Digital projects for clients across the US, Europe, Middle East and Australasia. Prior to joining innogy Consulting, he directly reported to the CEO of a +5m customer utility in the UK, accountable for coordinating pan-European B2C activities. Prior to this, Graham has worked in a range of roles across generation and supply, including more recently within Policy and Public Affairs and the Customer Transformation.