Niko Canner

Booz & Company

Niko Canner is a former senior vice president in Booz & Company's organization and change leadership practice, and a member of the North America Management Team. He is based in the New York office, and works with a range of global clients.

Canner has advised leading companies in many industries, with a particular focus on the strategic and organizational questions that define the long-term evolution of large enterprises. He was named one of ten "new gurus" by Fortune magazine in November 2008, and is frequently quoted as a thought leader on management and business strategy in publications such as BusinessWeek, Financial Times, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal.

Canner was co-founder and managing partner of Katzenbach Partners LLC, prior to the firm's combination with Booz & Company. He led Katzenbach Partners as the firm grew organically over ten years to 100 consultants across four offices. Canner began his consulting career at McKinsey & Company, where he was a founding member of the McKinsey Change Center. He subsequently co-founded Mitchell Madison Group's Organization Practice.

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