Philip joined Port Jackson Partners in 1992, shortly after the firm was founded.
In more than 25 years of consulting, Philip has assisted clients to address issues of strategy, organisation, operational effectiveness and governance. He has served clients in industries including financial services, airlines, agribusiness, energy, professional services, building and construction materials and insurance. He has also assisted a number of non-for-profit organisations on matters of strategy and governance. Philip’s contribution to the firm’s intellectual development include research into the evolution of Australia’s Top 100 companies and his involvement in a review of Australia’s energy reforms on behalf of the Business Council of Australia.
Prior to joining Port Jackson Partners, Philip was a consultant with McKinsey & Company and with Cresap (a division of Towers Perrin). He has been a member of several for-profit and not-for profit Boards, including a Director of the Sydney Futures Exchange Corporation from the period following its demutualisation until its listing on the ASX.
Philip holds a Bachelor of Science degree (cum laude) in Mechanical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York and an MBA (with Distinction) from Harvard Business School.