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SSA & Company Expands its European Leadership Team to Meet Growing Demand

SSA & Company (SSA), a New York-based global management consulting firm, announced today the addition of Philippe Rose as Managing Director. Rose will grow and lead the firm’s European private equity and industrials practice. He brings over 25 years of experience in chemicals and management consulting and formerly ran Celerant’s Europe, Middle East and Asia […] Read More »


Raj Thangavelsamy quoted in TechTarget on digital transformation and the C-Suite

SSA & Company Vice President Raj Thangavelsamy was quoted in a TechTarget article on Cosabella’s digital marketing transformation. Raj notes that digital transformation should always be led by the C-Suite and not be driven by technology. Technologies, such as AI software, can change how businesses are structured. Raj asserts that companies need to first understand […] Read More »


John Rodgers quoted in Financial Advisor, “Could Facial Recognition Technology Transform Insurance?”

SSA & Company Chief Operating Officer and Senior Managing Director, John Rodgers, was quoted in a Financial Advisor Magazine article “Could Facial Recognition Technology Transform Insurance?” He notes that if the technology could increase the accuracy of predictive capabilities then insurance companies will use it. With insurance companies constantly trying to balance risk between consumers […] Read More »


G100 Network Notebook | April 2017

How an Icon Stays Agile To the surprise of some, Ford has pulled ahead in the driverless car race, thanks to AI investments and acquisitions of ride-sharing and lidar startups, says Wired: “That may sound all kinds of wrong to anyone who has seen Uber, Waymo, and Tesla flaunt their tech, and regards Detroit’s old […] Read More »



G100 Network Notebook | March 2017

How to Learn from Startup Success With “strategic philanthropy,” says a report about Google’s new spin on the startup accelerator. Under the program, Google finds mature startup talent in emerging markets and helps them solve business challenges with six months of free funding and mentorships. This offers Google crucial product feedback from different markets while […] Read More »


Regenia Sanders and Alison Ponder quoted in IndustryWeek, “Services Trade: Why it Matters to U.S. Manufacturing”

SSA & Company’s Regenia Sanders, Vice President, and Alison Ponder, Senior Director, were quoted in a IndustryWeek’s Services Trade: Why it Matters to U.S. Manufacturing, on manufacturing and a new major growth opportunity–services trade. Alison commented on congestion at ports as volumes rise, leading to increased wait times and companies needing to “get more advanced in […] Read More »


Advanced Analytics, Leadership, and Future Growth

Advanced Analytics, Leadership, and Future Growth With global GDP growth slowing, CEO tenure decreasing, and a talent shortage emerging, CEOs and management teams look to challenging—but exciting—opportunities provided by data and digital. The promise of new technologies and data tools to create faster, more comprehensive solutions has existed for decades, but today it has become […] Read More »


G100 Network Notebook | February 2017

What You Don’t Know About CEO Tenure New data from Spencer Stuart reveals an encouraging and overlooked sign in the media coverage of CEO turnover. Tenure for S&P 500 CEOs continues to rise partly because of better board and management alignment around performance: “Contrary to common perception that the market has become less patient with […] Read More »


SSA & Company Notebook | Winter 2017

Ideas That Made Us Think Evolving Customer Sentiment Can Unlock Your Supply Chain’s Potential Consumers’ demands to know what’s in their products is putting unprecedented pressure on companies. Supply chains are increasingly fragmented, and “suppliers are often reluctant to share their formulations, buyers balk at higher costs, and in some cases cost-effective safer substitutes simply […] Read More »