MONDAY 8 JUL 2019 12:23 PM


Prophet, a global consulting firm that helps clients unlock uncommon growth, announced that Paul Greenall has joined the firm as senior partner and chief transformation officer in San Francisco. Greenall joins Prophet after nearly a decade with McKesson, where he held senior executive roles in enterprise strategy and corporate development.

As senior vice president of enterprise strategy at McKesson, Greenall delivered financial growth for his clients by driving business development, capital allocation, innovation, commercial planning and business transformation. He also has experience in venture capital and leading teams responsible for market analysis, strategy development, planning and execution.

“We’re pleased to have Paul on board with us at Prophet. With deep healthcare and operations knowledge, Paul has been involved with dozens of M&A transactions and has worked with C-suite level executives to increase enterprise value,” says Michael Dunn, chairman and CEO at Prophet. “His leadership experience with a Fortune 10 company and his understanding of the importance of building great teams that deliver results will undoubtedly help our clients unlock uncommon growth.”

As chief transformation officer, Greenall will work with Prophet’s leadership team to strengthen the firm’s position as a leading growth partner for clients. Greenall’s background in organisational and strategic change, including building the priorities, offerings and capabilities required to successfully plan and execute those transformations will bolster Prophet’s own strategic transformation.

Paul earned his business management degree from the Cass Business School at the University of London.