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Elizabeth Irvine-Cadman

Elizabeth Irvine-Cadman

Associate Director

Dr Elizabeth Irvine-Cadman is an Associate Director within the Management Consulting team at Teneo, based in London.

Elizabeth works primarily within Teneo’s Technology Strategy & Transformation and Transport practices with significant senior-level experience on a wide range of strategic topics.

In transport, Elizabeth has worked with major transport (rail and bus) operators and adjacent providers (e.g. transport tech, ticketing) on a range of topics, including policy/strategy-focussed engagements, end-to-end franchise bid support across rail and bus (incl. wholly ZEB fleets), as well as broader work on sector research/positioning pieces.

In technology, Elizabeth has worked extensively with Private Equity-backed and FTSE250 clients (across software and IT services, business services and data/insight-centred businesses) with a primary focus on corporate and business unit strategy, market assessment, top-line growth, and commercial diligence.

Elizabeth has also led several material projects in other sectors tied to understanding shifts in consumer demand, has a cross-sector capability regarding social value and has led a range of projects outside of our core sectors (e.g. higher education, third sector).

Elizabeth holds a first-class MA (Hons), MRes (Distinction) and PhD from the University of St Andrews. Her PhD examined organising practices that operate as cementing/anchoring mechanisms and act to circumvent ephemerality in intermittent, temporary and project-based organisations.