Grant Freeland has been with The Boston Consulting Group since 1989, when he joined the Melbourne office. He has been the Managing Partner of the Boston office, and the Global Leader for BCG’s People and Organization Practice.

Grant’s client work focuses on larger organizational transformations. This includes organizational redesigns, post merger integrations, creating Agile organizations, corporate restructurings, culture change, and leadership team effectiveness. Over the past three decades, Grant has become an expert in both the hard and soft sides of driving change. In addition to broad change efforts, he has worked with HR functions on both their overall people strategy and HR operations.

In addition to focusing on organizational issues, Grant works directly with clients on a broad range of business issues such as strategy, digital programs, new business development, operational reengineering, and acquisitions and divestitures.

Grant transferred to BCG’s Boston office in 1993. Before joining the firm, he was a marketing communications manager for Hewlett-Packard. Grant is currently on the faculty of the Harvard Kennedy School where he teaches organizational transformation.


  • Corporate transformation
  • Digital and agile organizations
  • Creating high-performing workforces
  • Post-merger integration
  • Organization redesign
  • Culture change
  • Customer and sales force management
  • Change management
  • Leadership team effectiveness


  • MPA, Kennedy School of Government at Harvard
  • MBA, Australian Graduate School of Management
  • BA, Chisholm Institute of Technology


Deep Expertise, Broad Experience