Excellence in Leadership
Scott McIntyre set out to make sure he did not have a boring career. So, he chose the con- sulting profession. “It was
definitely by design,” he says. “I
thought it would reduce boredom by
providing an opportunity to work on
different assignments, with different
teams and different clients.”
And it’s paid off for both McIn-
tyre and his clients.
Today, McIntyre is the CEO of
Guidehouse and a partner focused on
government, aerospace and defense.
His experience includes financial
modeling, debt and cost restructuring and M&A transaction services.
Prior to joining Guidehouse,
McIntyre was a partner at PwC
where he led their U.S. and global
public sector businesses as well as
their U.S. National Security Practice. He was previously partner at
KPMG focused on government,
aerospace and defense, and industrial manufacturing clients.
As him about the accomplishment
he’s most proud of over the course of
his career and he’ll say it was “help-
ing to turn a large company around
staving off bankruptcy, layoffs and a
likely broader economic impact.”
An impressive achievement, for
sure. And along the way he says
what he enjoys most about consult-
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