About the Event

With a career of over 30 years at the firm, Miles Everson rose to be CEO of Global Advisory and Consulting at PwC, the leading professional services organization in the world. Everson helped make it a magnet for talent and one of the top employers on the planet.

So, at just 54 years old, why would the global head of the consulting arm of a prestigious global professional services firm...

...voluntarily decide to step down from his role?

His answer? Nothing short of “a total reinvention of the global workforce” that will have ramifications for the next several decades in Corporate America and around the world. Miles' vision is “to Transcend Ways of Working to enhance  the wellbeing of people and businesses throughout the world.”

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About the Speaker

Miles Everson joined MBO Partners in 2019 as Chief Executive Officer. 

Prior to joining MBO Partners, Everson served as Global Advisory and Consulting CEO for Pricewaterhouse Coopers, LLP (PwC), leading the company’s Asia Pacific Americas Advisory and Consulting businesses. Everson had a rich career with PwC, almost three decades in total. He began in the firm’s Assurance practice, moving to leadership roles within Advisory/Consulting in both Canada and the U.S., including several Financial Services leadership roles, and eventually became the U.S. Advisory/Consulting Vice Chairman. In 2015, he stepped into the new role of Asia Pacific Americas Advisory and Consulting Leader to help globalize the Advisory/Consulting practice.

Everson has worked with many of the world’s largest and most prominent organizations, specializing in executive management. He helps companies balance growth, reduce risk, maximize return, and excel in strategic business priorities. He is a sought-after public speaker and contributor and has been a case study for success from Harvard Business School.

Everson is a Certified Public Accountant, a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants. He graduated from St. Cloud State University with a B.S. in Accounting.



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Everson on Reinventing the Workforce
Friday, July 16, 1:00pm to 2:30pm
At the Presidents Room of the Harvard Club
374 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

Long before the pandemic, Miles Everson saw a gross incompatibility between the modern approach to staffing and the global future of work. 

According to Miles, companies still focus too much on knowledge as an asset to be trapped, versus capturing the importance of knowledge flows, accessing what’s needed, when needed.

Despite the brilliance of W. Edwards Deming and Peter Drucker and a history of great thinking and philosophy of how to view “the firm,” organizations still treat employees as “us” and contractors and vendors “as them.”

As the rate of change accelerates, companies find it harder and harder to keep up with innovation. One reason for this difficulty is management's reluctance to build or embrace its “external workforce.”

For instance, few firms build a “virtual bench” of experts who can be called on when needed. As neither the expert nor the business requires full-time employment, fractional arrangements with permanent relationships have been created at firms that are built for the world of rapid innovation.

At this event, Everson will share his own personal stories from both his career in management consulting and his new role as CEO of MBO Partners. His examples show how organizations survive and thrive in a world where firms with antiquated business models and traditional workforce models will be buried by their competition.

Note: Seating is very limited. Registration is required. 

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