Deloitte boosts transformation leadership with Accenture recruits

16 April 2023 Consultancy.com.au 4 min. read
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Professional services firm Deloitte has prised a number of new transformation practice leaders out of Accenture, with Dillon Singh and Rahul Behl joining as partners and Chido Mauwa and Vanessa Boyer crossing as directors – the latter three as members of the practice’s ‘operate’ pillar out of Sydney.

Dillon Singh joins Deloitte as a transformation practice partner in Melbourne after spending the past five years at Accenture, including stints as A/NZ Operations Consulting & Transformations practice lead and head of Supply Chain & Industry X Operations.

Most recently Singh served in a client lead role for two large strategic accounts. Prior to Accenture, he was with IBM Consulting’s Digital Strategy and Cognitive Transformation practice.

Deloitte boosts transformation leadership with Accenture recruits

“I look forward to working with our clients to build future-ready transformative business models, infusing capabilities such as experience, data, artificial intelligence, automation, sustainability, and responsible business practices across their operations to deliver value,” Singh stated of his new role.

Rahul Behl likewise joins the Transformation ‘operate’ pillar as a partner, based in Sydney, after being with Accenture for the past four years, latterly as an associate director and solution lead.

Previously Behl spent more than thirteen years between Infosys and Infosys Portland, the latter the global tech giant’s procurement and supply chain consulting and outsourcing services subsidiary where he served as a global account manager.

Chido Mauwa and Vanessa Boyer become directors at Deloitte in Sydney, the latter after six years with Accenture Operations as an account lead, before which she spent more than a decade and a half at IBM. Mauwa meanwhile joins after roughly eighteen months with Accenture, having earlier spent a similar length of time in business consulting at Ernst & Young. Previously, she was with Rio Tinto for a decade in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.