Francois Austin
Partner and Global Head of Oliver Wyman’s Energy Practice, Oliver Wyman

What fascinates Francois Austin about both energy and mobility issues is their inherent global nature. For essentially all communities, they stand at the intersection of politics, economics, technology, and finance. As such, they hold the keys to many of the world’s toughest problems. If addressed correctly, Francois sees today’s mobility revolution enabling a new more fluid social mobility that could reduce economic inequity and climate risks.

Francois regularly advises companies and countries on energy and mobility issues related to strategy, post-merger integration, leadership development, and risk management. He's traveled, lived, and worked across Europe, North and South America, and the Middle East.

In his personal life, Francois is also constantly on the go. His personal time is used for sailing, skiing, traveling, mountain climbing, and being a husband and father. He has contributed to various management books, including The Discipline of Market Leaders and Surfing on the Edge of Chaos, and co-authored Strategic Thinking in Tactical Times. He is based in Oliver Wyman’s London office.

A Mobile Revolution

Exploring How The New Mobility Is Recasting Society

Over the next decade, we are likely to see as much change in the way we move people and things as we experienced in the past 100 years.
Francois Austin, Moe Kelley, Guillaume Thibault, Laetitia Plisson
Francois Austin
Partner and Global Head of Oliver Wyman’s Energy Practice, Oliver Wyman
Francois Austin regularly advises companies and countries on energy and mobility issues related to strategy, post-merger integration, leadership development, and risk management. To Francois, tackling the mobility and energy-transition challenges may hold the answers to many of the world’s toughest problems. Francois has contributed to various management books, including The Discipline of Market Leaders and Surfing on the Edge of Chaos, and co-authored Strategic Thinking in Tactical Times. He is based in Oliver Wyman’s London office.
Francois.Austin@oliverwyman.com
Moe Kelley
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Since the start of his career in consulting, Moe Kelley has helped clients harness the potential of rapidly evolving technologies and advised on the speed of their adoption. Today, Moe — with more than 18 years as a consultant — works out of Oliver Wyman’s Boston office on fifth-generation wireless (5G) matters, the Internet of Things, cloud capabilities, and wireless data pricing, among other issues. He holds an MBA from the Darden School at the University of Virginia.
Moe.Kelley@oliverwyman.com
Guillaume Thibault
Partner, Oliver Wyman
Guillaume Thibault is an advisor to major aerospace, rail, and public transportation players and works on mobility strategy and solutions for smart-city projects worldwide. A consultant with Oliver Wyman for 15 years, Guillaume has contributed fundamental research on how autonomy and the deployment of other disruptive digital business models in mobility are likely to impact industry and society. He has written extensively about European industrial policy, digitalization, and globalization and holds degrees from ESSEC Business School and Sciences-Po Paris.
Guillaume.Thibault@oliverwyman.com
Laetitia Plisson
Principal, Oliver Wyman
Laetitia Plisson has worked for 14 years as a consultant, advising companies in telecommunications, technology, rail, automotive, airlines, the public sector, and airports, as well as logistics. Among her many assignments, she worked on a project to define an economic development and public transport strategy for the megacity of Paris. Laetitia received her business degree from Hautes Études Commerciales (HEC) Paris. She is based in Oliver Wyman’s Paris office.
Laetitia.Plisson@oliverwyman.com