Gerald Adolph is an expert in growth strategy, acquisition strategy and merger integration planning for corporate and mission driven organizations. He led the Global Mergers & Restructuring Practice and was elected senior partner over a 35-year career with Booz Allen Hamilton and its successor strategy companies.
Adolph was one of the lead practitioners and developers of Booz's very successful capabilities-driven approach to strategy. During his consulting career he has primarily focused on assisting clients with growth strategies, new business development, innovation strategy and business redefinition. He often works with companies/entities undergoing very significant industry disruption.
A leader in M&A strategy and implementation, Adolph has been the lead advisor for mergers ranging from $100+ billion, global companies to regional, mission-driven organizations. He led the development of most of Booz’s approach to merger integration planning. He provides acquisition strategy and merger business case development, as well as merger integration planning, program office leadership, culture integration and operating model design.
For more than 20 years, Adolph has dedicated significant time to both public company and non-profit boards for mission-driven organizations such as Helen Keller International and the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund.