Sacha Clark, Knowledge Management Specialist
Mr. Clark has partnered with Vitesse Solutions on leading strategic client engagements since 2009. In his capacity with Vitesse, he focuses on the development and execution of clients’ knowledge management strategies, and he leads and mentors implementation teams.
Sacha’s professional services career began in 1988, when he joined a strategy and benchmarking consultancy that evolved into to the Corporate Executive Board. His background also includes five years with Ernst & Young, where he played key roles in developing and growing the firm’s Performance Improvement consulting practice into a world-wide top 10 competitor. From there, he went to IBM and left in 2009 after a 14-year career during which he helped to create and scale significant business consulting practices. In his last consulting position at IBM, he was the Managing Principal in charge of the company’s Asia-Pacific Strategy & Change consulting business, which employed over 400 consultants throughout the region.
In the course of his career, Mr. Clark has advised and assisted clients in the automotive, aerospace, energy, financial services and high technology industries on five continents. He has enjoyed the opportunity to cross-pollinate leading business practices across industry boundaries and has worked with leading companies such as Allianz, Boeing, Chrysler, ConocoPhillips, Daimler, Daewoo, Dell, Ford, General Motors, IBM, Mitsubishi, Proctor & Gamble, Pennzoil, Shell, Samsung and WestPac. In addition to enabling and exploiting knowledge management and collaboration, Sacha has focused on helping clients with:
Business strategy development and implementation
Productivity and technology enhancement
Change and transformation management
He recently launched Mulsanne Management, Ltd., a firm that partners with Vitesse Solutions on serving clients’ strategy, business transformation and change management needs. Mr. Clark holds a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College in Hanover NH, and he completed his MBA at the American University in Washington, DC. In addition, he completed undergraduate and graduate-level studies at the University of Bonn, Germany.