Brian Hindo is a Managing Director at Innosight, where he helps companies create strategies for growth amid uncertainty. Brian co-leads Innosight’s Consumer, Media, and Technology practice. Brian has helped many leadership teams at Fortune 500 companies in those industries make sense of ambiguous situations, align on growth and resource allocation plans, design new business models, and build capabilities to innovate more systematically.

Before joining Innosight, Brian worked in the Strategy practice at PwC where his focus was on organic growth strategy as well as commercial due diligence for private equity and corporate clients.

Brian spent several years as a writer and editor at BusinessWeek magazine, where he covered corporate strategy and innovation. Brian received an MBA from Columbia Business School, and an MS from Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, where he was a Knight-Bagehot Fellow. He is also a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned a BA in English and Linguistics.




In this rear view, an unrecognizable woman stands with a shopping cart in front of a shelf full of food in the bread aisle of a grocery store.“Moving Faster than Disruption in Consumer Staples”
Innosight, June 2022



“How Twitter Applied the “Jobs to Be Done” Approach to Strategy”
Innosight, October 2021


Highly detailed abstract wide angle view up towards the sky in the financial district of London City and its ultra modern contemporary buildings with unique architecture. Shot on Canon EOS R full frame with 10mm wide angle lens. Image is ideal for background.“2021 Corporate Longevity Forecast”

Innosight, May 2021



telcom cta“The Future of Telecom: A Dual Transformation”

Innosight, December 2017



MIT Sloan Management Review Logo“The Discipline of Creativity”

Sloan Management Review, 2013