Director, member of the Shareholders council of which he chairs the Client Committee - McKinsey
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28 years with McKinsey & Company. Prior to his current role, Eric Labaye was the Managing Director of the France Office from 2002 to 2010 and led Global Knowledge and Communications from 2010 to 2013. He works extensively for clients in the Telecommunications Media High Tech and Energy sectors, as well as for public and health institutions on a variety of strategic and operational issues including major transformation programs.
Ecole Polytechnique (France); Telecom ParisTech (France); INSEAD (France) MBA (Henry Ford II award)
McKinsey Global Institute reports: “Better for less: Improving public sector performance on a tight budget” (2011),“Investing in growth: Europe’s next challenge” (2012), “A new dawn: Reigniting growth in Central and Eastern Europe” (2013) and more recently “Dynamiser le marché du travail en France pour créer massivement des emplois” (2014). As a member of the Commission pour la Libération de la Croissance Française (Release Growth in France): “300 décisions pour changer la France” (“300 decisions to transform France“) (2008).