Matt Siegel is a leading practitioner in People and Organization strategies for Strategy&, PwC’s strategy consulting business. Based in New York, he is a Principal with PwC U.S. Matt specializes in operating model transformation, helping organizations translate their strategic intent into a realized and sustainable operating model.
Matt's other key areas of specialization include:
- Global operating models
- Organization design
- Cost transformation
- Planning and performance management
- Change management and sustainability
Some of Matt’s recent client assignments include:
- Global SG&A transformation including zero-based budgeting for a transportation company
- Operating model transformation for a global IT services provider
- Operating model and cost transformation for an industrial company
- Workforce of the future development for a transportation company
Matt has authored multiple thought leadership articles. Recently, he has published the strategy+business magazine article "Seven Ways to Make Strategic Planning Relevant" and the IndustryWeek article "Linking Cost Reduction and Growth Strategies Drives Financial Success."
Prior to joining Strategy& as a Summer Associate in 2005, Matt worked for A.T. Kearney.
He earned his BS in Finance from Lehigh University and his MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University.