About

John Meacock is the Chief Strategy Officer for Australia and APAC for Deloitte. He is also a Member of the Deloitte Global Board.

John is responsible for Strategy, Innovation and Mergers and Acquisitions at Deloitte. He is passionate about developing new business models to take Deloitte and professional services into the future.

Previously he was Managing Partner NSW and National Clients and Markets Leader at Deloitte Australia. In these roles he had National responsibility for business development, strategic accounts, strategic bids, connectivity and national C-suite programs.

Having joined Deloitte in 2002 as leader of Consulting, John’s comprehensive expertise and knowledge is drawn as a member of the Deloitte National Executive Committee, the Deloitte Global Centre for Corporate Governance, the firm’s Innovation Board and the Global Strategy Executive.

John is the author of “The Directors’ Cut”, Deloitte’s thought leadership on Board Effectiveness; the author of “The Upshot”, a booklet sharing tips and stories on relationship building and sales; and a contributing author on “the Building The Lucky Country” series of thought leadership.

John is passionate about Thought Leadership. John believes the role of the professional adviser is to challenge the client – to create ‘a ha’ moments  that help them recognise an unrecognised problem, see an unseen opportunity or reach an unanticipated solution.

John is Chairman of The Brett Whiteley Foundation, a board member of The Asia Society.

He is a keen sportsman, a runner, a hockey player, a lover of travel and an avid art goer.

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