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Learn more about Warren in our Searchlight profile.Warren Strickland joined Pearson Partners’ Board of Directors in 2012 and has served on the firm’s Advisory Board since 2011. He is currently the owner of Ranger Ventures, where he is active in several private equity and real estate investments.
Warren is a director emeritus of McKinsey & Company, from which he recently retired as a director. Warren was with McKinsey for almost 25 years where he was an industry expert in Oil & Gas, Electric Power, Consumer Packaged Goods, and Industrial Products. He was most recently the global leader of McKinsey’s Organization Design Practice, which represents 27% of McKinsey’s work. He also conceived and led McKinsey’s Performance Ethic research on high-performing organizations. This over-five-year research project resulted in more than 200 Performance Ethic engagements, and led to follow-on research which has created McKinsey’s proprietary Organization Health Index (OHI).
Warren earned a master’s degree in business administration from The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor of science degree in mining engineering, with high distinction, from the Mackay School of Mines at University of Nevada, Reno.