Glenn Forman leads McKinsey’s global network of 1,800 knowledge professionals located in 40 countries. These professionals serve clients by delivering industry and functional expertise, advanced quantitative analytics, primary and secondary research, proprietary tools and data, and knowledge management services. Forman has 30 years of experience in knowledge-centric organizations, and has spent the last 20 years driving fundamental change in the way McKinsey serves its clients through the contributions of knowledge professionals (e.g., by pioneering the offshoring of business research services in India, Poland and Costa Rica).

Before joining McKinsey, Forman spent eight years as an adjunct professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he taught both graduate and undergraduate courses in corporate finance and economics.  He also served as executive director of business planning services with The Conference Board, vice president with Wharton Econometrics (now IHS Global Insights), manager of economic analysis with the Consolidated Rail Corporation, and senior financial analyst with NCR Corporation.

Forman holds a masters in economics with concentrations in econometrics and finance from the Pennsylvania State University, where he graduated in 1984 with multiple honors. He also earned a bachelors degree from James Madison University in 1982, where he graduated magna cum laude with distinction in economics.

Forman remains active with the alumni chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity at JMU, and was recognized in 2010 and 2012 for outstanding alumni contributions by the university’s fraternity and sorority life organization.

Glenn is a member of the College of Business Board of Advisors.

 

 

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Glenn Forman leads McKinsey’s global network of 1,800 knowledge professionals located in 40 countries. These professionals serve clients by delivering industry and functional expertise, advanced quantitative analytics, primary and secondary research, proprietary tools and data, and knowledge management services. Forman has 30 years of experience in knowledge-centric organizations, and has spent the last 20 years driving fundamental change in the way McKinsey serves its clients through the contributions of knowledge professionals (e.g., by pioneering the offshoring of business research services in India, Poland and Costa Rica).

Before joining McKinsey, Forman spent eight years as an adjunct professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he taught both graduate and undergraduate courses in corporate finance and economics.  He also served as executive director of business planning services with The Conference Board, vice president with Wharton Econometrics (now IHS Global Insights), manager of economic analysis with the Consolidated Rail Corporation, and senior financial analyst with NCR Corporation.

Forman holds a masters in economics with concentrations in econometrics and finance from the Pennsylvania State University, where he graduated in 1984 with multiple honors. He also earned a bachelors degree from James Madison University in 1982, where he graduated magna cum laude with distinction in economics.

Forman remains active with the alumni chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity at JMU, and was recognized in 2010 and 2012 for outstanding alumni contributions by the university’s fraternity and sorority life organization.

Glenn is a member of the College of Business Board of Advisors.

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