Mike Moriarty is a partner in A.T. Kearney and the Americas practice leader for A.T. Kearney’s Consumer Industries and Retail Practice, serving manufacturers and retailers around the world. Mike’s consulting experience includes business and marketing strategy work for premier manufacturers of branded products and retailers in Europe, the Americas, and Asia.
Mike specializes in global operations and customer satisfaction, and has served clients in the food and beverage, fashion apparel and cosmetics, and other ‘FMCG’ sectors like paint, radio-pharmaceuticals, and automobiles. For Mike, everything from telecommunications, utilities, and heavy chemicals are consumer goods, and why not? Serving and pleasing the consumer is the final measure of success.
Mike has consulted extensively in the areas of new business strategy, post-merger integration, and operations improvement, and works with suppliers, customers, and supply chain intermediaries to craft innovative solutions to growth issues.
Before joining A.T. Kearney in 1987, Mike held positions with Ford Motor Company, Borders Books Group, and Bell & Howell Company where he was director of marketing, international.
Mike is a frequent speaker on developing markets in emerging economies, and the impact of the digital economy and electronic commerce, as well as customer satisfaction and operational quality. He is the author of Power Play: The Beginning of the Endgame in Net Markets, published by John Wiley.
He graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Chinese language, and from the University of Chicago with an M.B.A. in economics.