Partners in Performance appoints three partners in Australia

28 March 2021 2 min. read
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Global management consulting firm Partners in Performance has added three new partners to its Australian outfit. 

Le Tilahun has joined Partners in Performance from McKinsey & Company, where he spent six years. Most recently an associate partner, Tilahun co-led the firm’s Capital Projects and Infrastructure practice in Australia and New Zealand. He specialises in topics including strategy, operational transformations, capital portfolio optimisation, organisational design, capability and digitisation. 

At the Australian-origin consultancy, which is headquartered in Sydney, Tilahun lead the global capital practice. 

Le Tilahun, Rochelle Boland and Archie Reed - Partners in Performance

Rochelle Boland brings over two decades of consulting experience to Partners in Performance’s partnership. The past ten years she has been managing her own practice, RB Consulting, focused on helping government, public transport, health, and education sector clients with strategic advice, operations, research and data analytics. 

Earlier in her career, Boland served boutique consultancy Pacific Strategy Partners and Big Four firm Deloitte

Archie Reed has been appointed a partner in Partners in Performance’s digital practice, PIP Digital. He joins from TechVision Research, where he was a Principal and provided clients advice on digital enterprise planning, digital innovation, identity management, enterprise architecture and technology vendor/solution assessment. 

Earlier in his career, Reed was a director at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, leading the strategy, product, and development of HP's Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) platform and the generation of horizontal and vertical solutions on that platform.

According to Michael Huggins, ex-McKinsey and now head of Partners in Performance in Australia and New Zealand (the firm has offices in 10+ countries), the trio of new partners will bolster the firm’s capabilities across three of the firm’s highest growth areas in the region – infrastructure, government and technology.