Brooke Weddle is Partner at McKinsey and Company, where she leads our OrgSolutions portfolio of assets and capabilities globally and helps executives drive transformational change and boost organizational effectiveness across industries and regions.
As a leader of McKinsey’s OrgSolutions portfolio, Brooke oversees global client delivery of proprietary assets and capabilities that use data and analytics to provide insights for performance and health transformations. Aligned with McKinsey’s Organization Practice, this portfolio includes the Organizational Health Index (OHI), OrgLab, and People Analytics, among others.
In her more than ten years a consultant, Brooke has helped lead transformations at companies across NA, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East and in multiple industries. Her main areas of functional expertise are performance and health transformations, health in turnarounds, organizational design, and change management.
Before taking on global leadership, Brooke directed OrgSolutions in the Asia–Pacific region, driving strategic growth and development while overseeing operations, people, and delivery.
Brooke has published several articles; recent publications include “The Symbiotic Relationship Between Organizational Health and Safety” (McKinsey Quarterly, 2018) and “The Yin and Yang of Organizational Health” (McKinsey Quarterly, 2017). She is the North American leader for McKinsey’s transformational change executive seminar “Change Leaders Forum” and a speaker at conferences related to HR and change management.
Brooke has a Ph.D. in International Education Policy, with a specialization in Microeconomics and Human Capital Theory, from Stanford University, U.S.A. She also has Master’s Degree in Economics and a Master’s Degree in Spanish, both from Stanford University, as well as a B.A. in Economics and Spanish, magna cum laude, from the University of Virginia. She was a U.S. Dept. of State Fulbright Scholar from 2001-2002.