Graeme Deans

Graeme Deans

Partner at Ernst & Young

The Greame Deans speeches provide insights on how workplace attitudes play a huge role in the productivity of team members, and also share advice on how companies can identify different opportunities for growth. Deans was the Partner & Vice President at A.T. Kearney, which is a global management consulting firm, and was also the Chairman of A.T Kearney Canada. He is currently a Partner at Ernst & Young, and a Professor at the Schulich School of Business.

Deans achieved a Bachelor of Science degree from Queen’s University and also completed a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College.

In 2002, Dean’s co-authored award-winning book titled ‘Winning The Merger Endgame,’ which was published by McGraw-Hill, and in 2004 he authored the book ‘STRETCH! How Great Companies Grow in Good Times and Bad.’

Due to his vast expertise, the Greame Dean speeches are sure to provide valuable insights for organizations from a wide variety of industries.

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