François-Joseph Van Audenhove

Managing Partner

Global Practice Leader, Travel & Transportation

Education

Solvay Business School (Brussels)
Master of Business Administration
UCL University (Louvain-La-Neuve)
Master in Law

Past Experience

Imphobia Media Company
Managing Director

François-Joseph Van Audenhove is a Partner based in Arthur D. Little's Brussels office and is the Global Practice Manager Travel and Transportation (T&T).

François-Joseph is part of the Strategy & Organization practice and responsible for our Global Competence Center in Rail and Urban Transport. He also heads the Future of Urban Mobility (FUM) Lab, our think tank on mobility, and is a recognized key speaker on mobility topics. 

François-Joseph specializes in the management of complex strategic and organizational transformation programs, serving clients across several industries on topics ranging from strategy development and implementation, strategic positioning, commercial offering redesign, value-based risk management, performance improvement to strategic competence management. 

Recent Publications

The Future of Mobility postCOVID-19 – Turning a crisis into an opportunity
Deserted city roads and empty buses and trains were among the most striking images from pandemic lockdowns around the world. However, successful cities have a gift for adapting to radically changing circumstances – how can the crisis be used to drive more sustainable, resilient, human-centric mobility systems? Based on a major research study, this article focuses on six game changers for players in the mobility ecosystem.
Dematerialized ticketing
Transport authorities and mass transit operators should consider dematerialization of ticketing for increased resilience and to pave the way for Mobility-as-a-Service in a post-Covid world

François-Joseph Van Audenhove is a Partner based in Arthur D. Little's Brussels office and is the Global Practice Manager Travel and Transportation (T&T).

François-Joseph is part of the Strategy & Organization practice and responsible for our Global Competence Center in Rail and Urban Transport. He also heads the Future of Urban Mobility (FUM) Lab, our think tank on mobility, and is a recognized key speaker on mobility topics. 

François-Joseph specializes in the management of complex strategic and organizational transformation programs, serving clients across several industries on topics ranging from strategy development and implementation, strategic positioning, commercial offering redesign, value-based risk management, performance improvement to strategic competence management. 

Recent Publications

The Future of Mobility postCOVID-19 – Turning a crisis into an opportunity
Deserted city roads and empty buses and trains were among the most striking images from pandemic lockdowns around the world. However, successful cities have a gift for adapting to radically changing circumstances – how can the crisis be used to drive more sustainable, resilient, human-centric mobility systems? Based on a major research study, this article focuses on six game changers for players in the mobility ecosystem.
Dematerialized ticketing
Transport authorities and mass transit operators should consider dematerialization of ticketing for increased resilience and to pave the way for Mobility-as-a-Service in a post-Covid world

More About François-Joseph
  • Solvay Business School (Brussels)
    Master of Business Administration
  • UCL University (Louvain-La-Neuve)
    Master in Law
  • Imphobia Media Company
    Managing Director