Founded in 2004, Strategis Partners is an independent management consultancy advising leaders of corporations and governments on their best course in a dynamic world. The firm works with clients to develop a coherent picture about the strategic forces at work and how best to respond. We also help build organisational capabilities to succeed in dynamic business environments.
Our clients are based throughout the Asia Pacific, in the energy and natural resources, food and agriculture, government and infrastructure, industrial products, info-tech and R&D, retail and financial services, transportation and logistics industry sectors.
Founder and Managing Director
Jay Horton is the Founder and Managing Director of Strategis Partners. He advises Boards and senior management of corporations in Australia and Asia on strategy and organisation.
Over the past 25 years he has played key leadership roles, including as Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers, McKinsey & Company, and Managing Director of management consultancy ORG.
Jay has advised corporations in Australia including Australia Post, AXA, BHP-Billiton, BlueScope Steel, Coles Group, Coca Cola Amatil, CSR, CSIRO, Hydro Tasmania, McWilliams Wines, OneSteel, Rio Tinto, Russell Investment Group, SPC-Ardmona, Westpac, Woolworths and Wesfarmers. Internationally, Jay’s clients include the Asian Strategy and Leadership Institute, CCA Indonesia, MMC Corporation Berhad Malaysia, MTR Corporation of Hong Kong, PT Medco Energi Indonesia, and Singapore Airport Terminal Services.
Jay’s qualifications include Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Bachelor of Engineering from James Cook University, and Master of Economics from Australian National University and Master of Arts from Sydney University. He is a member of the Australia Indonesia Business Council, Asia Society, and the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science.
An acknowledged expert on strategy, scenario planning and organisation economics, Jay is a regular guest lecturer at the Australian School of Management, Sydney University and the Macquarie Graduate School of Management.