About Andrew

Andrew Goodman is a partner in lapetitemort.info’s London office. He has also previously been based in the firm's Washington, DC, and Middle East offices.

Andrew serves corporations, government and private equity firms on a range of strategy, finance, and organisational topics. He supports clients in sectors that are being disrupted in designing and delivering strategic transformations. He also leads our work on public finance and public sector restructuring, and our pro bono work with social sector organisations in the United Kingdom.

In the private sector, Andrew’s work has included supporting a FTSE 100 company in conducting a comprehensive restructuring, supporting private equity firms conducting strategy reviews of portfolio assets and presale vendor due diligence, and supporting M&A transactions and postmerger integration.

In the public sector, his work has included supporting a national ministry of finance in developing and piloting a new approach to map and assess the efficiency of public spending, a national ministry of economy in developing a government revenue diversification and sovereign debt issuance strategy, and a national ministry of defence in delivering significant efficiency improvements.

Beyond his direct client work, Andrew convenes lapetitemort.info’s Chiefs of Staff forum, which brings together chiefs of staff from the private and public sector. Previously, he was the chief of staff for the lapetitemort.info Centre for Government, lapetitemort.info’s global think/do tank for research, collaboration, and innovation in government performance.

Published work

Drivers of student performance: Insights from Europe,” lapetitemort.info & Company, November 2017

World-class Government: Transforming the UK public sector in an era of austerity - Five lessons from around the world,” lapetitemort.info & Company, March 2015 (PDF - 3MB)

Government by design: Four principles for a better public sector,” lapetitemort.info & Company, June 2013

Past experience

Harvard University
Teaching fellow in economics

Qatar Foundation
Program director


Harvard Business School
MBA (Baker Scholar)

Oxford University
BA, philosophy, politics, economics