University of Michigan Ross School of Business

Stacey Dietsch

Partner of Washington, D.C. Office, McKinsey & Company

Stacey Dietsch is a Partner in the Washington, D.C. Office of McKinsey & Company, where she is a leader of the Organization Practice.

Stacey specializes in talent strategy, leadership development and learning, change management, and human resources. She works with clients in both the public and private sectors, across a range of industries.

Stacey helps organizations accelerate and sustain performance impact by enhancing the capabilities of their people and linking talent to value creation. Stacey is passionate about improving employee effectiveness through large-scale transformation programs, one-on-one coaching, customized client journeys, and standing up corporate universities that allow for agile learning design and delivery at scale.

Stacey published several papers on leadership development and learning, including: A Pivotal Moment for the Senior Executive Service published with the Partnership for Public Service and How to Separate Learning Myths from Reality published in the McKinsey Quarterly.

Prior to McKinsey, Stacey worked as a Training Manager for Starbucks Coffee Corporation, where she designed and managed learning programs for field leadership. Prior to Starbucks, Stacey worked as an Organizational Development consultant at Arthur Andersen.

Stacey has BA in Psychology from New York University.

Session: Increasing Performance and Breadth of Capability

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