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Tim Ryan Is Dipping Out of PwC Early, the Leadership Transition Gets Bumped Up to RIGHT NOW

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Wall Street Journal has reported that rather than wait until the end of PwC’s fiscal year on June 30 as planned, current PwC US Chair Tim Ryan is out and successor Paul Griggs officially stepped into his shoes on May 14. Ryan will be sticking around until May 31 and then he’s headed to Citigroup to serve as head of technology and business enablement. Enablement is a fancy term for optimizing workflows and improving productivity. Man, Citigroup is gonna love his get up and go. Dude is a machine.

“We have been preparing for this transition to a new senior partner and know that Paul’s passion for innovation and dedication to our clients and people positions Paul as the leader to take the firm forward,” said Karen Young, chair of PwC’s U.S. board, to WSJ.

Paul takes the reins at an interesting time for PwC as they just recently announced a realignment that will throw out that whole Trust experiment from a few years ago and rearrange service lines back to Assurance, Tax, and Advisory. They’ll also be throwing out tons of nonsense words from leadership job titles, a decision graphic designers everywhere can applaud.

Be gone, wordy job titles. Go back to the cursed McKinsey PowerPoint from whence you came.

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