Arnaud Jouron

Partner

Education

Ecole Polytechnique
Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées
Master (DEA) of Artificial Intelligence

Past Experience

ArcelorMittal
CEO Tubular Global
ArcelorMittal
CFO Long carbon Europe
ArcelorMittal
CFO Stainless (now Aperam)
Constelium
BU President Automotive and Packaging
McKinsey
Associate Principal
Arthur D. Little
Senior manager

Arnaud is a partner of our Paris office. Arnaud worked for 12 years as a consultant at McKinsey and Arthur D. Little, then gained 12 years of experience as an executive (CEO, CFO in industry) and has re-joined Arthur D. Little end 2019.

Arnaud has led many large transformation and turn-around projects as an executive and as a consultant.

He worked in process (paper, cement, chemical, steel) industries, mining industries, high-tech manufacturing (chips, electronics, space, aeronautics, defense, automation, mid-size and large equipment manufacturers) and for private equity.

Recent Publications

Rethinking bike-sharing performance
The pandemic sent many mobility operators reeling, yet one subsector found its time to shine: bike sharing. Fueled by ever-growing demand for cost-effective mobility, the sector grew its global revenue by a third in 2020, while all other mobility services suffered setbacks, according to Statista. More than ever, bike-sharing service providers and cities must facilitate their relationships and service-level agreements (SLAs) to build the perfect public-private partnership.
Strategy: How to cope with the uncertainties of tomorrow’s new world
Planning for the future has never been more difficult given the unstable and uncertain global environment that businesses face at both a macro and micro level. Based on insights from client conversations and internal experts, we outline the range of potential scenarios organizations could face, along with guidance and best practice on making strategic decisions in tomorrow’s new world.
The 5F War Room
Businesses worldwide are facing unprecedented challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic. The paramount need is to secure health and safety for the workforce, clients and our societies at large. Beyond that, impact on demand is brutal, with companies forced to juggle major downturns and upturns for products and services. In addition, companies need to be ready to stage recoveries once the crisis de-escalates (ideally within the next two to five months, depending on sectors that move at different speeds).

Arnaud is a partner of our Paris office. Arnaud worked for 12 years as a consultant at McKinsey and Arthur D. Little, then gained 12 years of experience as an executive (CEO, CFO in industry) and has re-joined Arthur D. Little end 2019.

Arnaud has led many large transformation and turn-around projects as an executive and as a consultant.

He worked in process (paper, cement, chemical, steel) industries, mining industries, high-tech manufacturing (chips, electronics, space, aeronautics, defense, automation, mid-size and large equipment manufacturers) and for private equity.

Recent Publications

Rethinking bike-sharing performance
The pandemic sent many mobility operators reeling, yet one subsector found its time to shine: bike sharing. Fueled by ever-growing demand for cost-effective mobility, the sector grew its global revenue by a third in 2020, while all other mobility services suffered setbacks, according to Statista. More than ever, bike-sharing service providers and cities must facilitate their relationships and service-level agreements (SLAs) to build the perfect public-private partnership.
Strategy: How to cope with the uncertainties of tomorrow’s new world
Planning for the future has never been more difficult given the unstable and uncertain global environment that businesses face at both a macro and micro level. Based on insights from client conversations and internal experts, we outline the range of potential scenarios organizations could face, along with guidance and best practice on making strategic decisions in tomorrow’s new world.
The 5F War Room
Businesses worldwide are facing unprecedented challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic. The paramount need is to secure health and safety for the workforce, clients and our societies at large. Beyond that, impact on demand is brutal, with companies forced to juggle major downturns and upturns for products and services. In addition, companies need to be ready to stage recoveries once the crisis de-escalates (ideally within the next two to five months, depending on sectors that move at different speeds).

More About Arnaud
  • Ecole Polytechnique
  • Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées
    Master (DEA) of Artificial Intelligence
  • ArcelorMittal
    CEO Tubular Global
  • ArcelorMittal
    CFO Long carbon Europe
  • ArcelorMittal
    CFO Stainless (now Aperam)
  • Constelium
    BU President Automotive and Packaging
  • McKinsey
    Associate Principal
  • Arthur D. Little
    Senior manager