Brian Hindo

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Brian Hindo

Brian is a leader at Innosight, Huron’s strategy and innovation business. He specializes in developing long-term, transformational growth strategies for companies facing rapid change and uncertainty.

About Brian

Transformation means both repositioning a business to thrive and developing new engines that drive growth.

Brian has extensive experience assisting companies across industries facing rapid change and increasing uncertainty to develop strategies for long-term, transformational growth. His recent work has focused on organizations in the consumer, media and technology spaces, and he has also worked in the healthcare, defense, and industrial sectors.

Brian has helped many Fortune 500 leadership teams make sense of disruptive industry trends, align on long-term growth and resource allocation plans, design new business models, and build capabilities to innovate more systematically.

Before joining Innosight, Brian worked in the strategy practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers where he specialized in organic growth strategies and commercial due diligence for private equity and corporate clients. Prior to that, he was a writer and editor at Businessweek.

Areas of Expertise

  • Enterprise Strategy
  • Innovation and Commercialization


  • Industrials and Manufacturing
  • Consumer Products
  • Technology Media and Telecommunications

Education & Certifications

  • MBA, Columbia Business School
  • M.S., Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
  • B.A., University of Pennsylvania


  • The Future of Telecom: A Dual Transformation

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    Amid shifts in technology, regulatory, and customer behavior, the industry has focused on consolidation. But long-term, sustainable growth will require new network platforms, business models, and capabilities that harness the Internet of Things to meet changing customer needs.

  • Leading Transformation – 2019 CEO Summit Report

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    Innosight has long argued that growth doesn’t just happen; it’s a choice. In today’s business environment, incremental improvement of the status quo is no longer enough to achieve breakthrough growth.

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In the Media

  • NBCUniversal’s Peacock Ends Phase One of the Streaming Era

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  • The Discipline of Creativity

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    MIT Sloan Management Review

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