Dr. Thomas Goh is a veteran consultant and business leader with over 25 years of experience in helping clients improve their business performance through people, strategy, innovation, agility and leadership.
Thomas has helped hundreds of clients across multiple industries to deliver high‐impact and actionable interventions. His client engagement spans across Asia Pacific, Europe, North and South America, Middle East and Africa. He is a thought leader in innovation, agility and disruption and has synthesized insights and project experience into practical solutions for clients. He received multiple awards and accolades for driving business impact, leading Greenfield initiatives, people management practices and knowledge contributions.
Before joining CCL, Thomas was McKinsey’s Client Services Leader for Asia Pacific and is a core member of its global agility service line. He also held senior roles as Partner, Director and Practice Leader at leading organizations such as Accenture, Hay Group, Gallup and Towers Perrin.
Thomas is a former member of CCL’s global Executive Team which oversees CCL’s global business operations, commercial development, client impact and employee matters. He also helped drive Greenfield initiatives such as Future Ready Leaders and Organizations of the Future to help clients organize and prepare for the future, where innovation and disruption is the norm. He lead CCL’s business and operations across Asia Pacific, building a network of strategic alliance partners across the region to extend CCL’s business presence and client impact.
Thomas received his doctorate degree from University of Western Australia where his research centers on innovation, disruption and change. He is a Wharton Fellow at the Wharton School and a Fellow at the Hong Kong Institute of Directors.
He is a frequent keynote speaker and opinion leader on TV, radio, print and social media. He volunteers time as a senior subject matter expert at Academy of Management (since 1999), World Federation of People Management Associations (since 2000) and contributes project case studies and insights for McKinsey Quarterly and other leading global publications. When not working, Thomas enjoys hiking and reading.