Jim Wininger is a partner based in Bain & Company's Atlanta office. He is an expert in the firm's Advanced Manufacturing & Services, Energy & Natural Resources, Aerospace & Defense, Utilities & Renewables, Mergers & Acquisitions, Divestitures and Performance Improvement practices.
Jim has more than 10 years of management consulting experience, working with senior executives and management teams to address their most pressing strategic issues. He holds deep expertise in the energy, aerospace and defense, automotive and chemicals industries.
Jim advises clients on a range of issues, including corporate growth strategy, business unit strategy, organizational redesign, performance improvement, merger integration, execution of separations and carve-outs, corporate M&A strategy and due diligence.
Prior to joining Bain in 2009, Jim worked at another global consulting firm. In addition, he was an analyst at Enron Corp.
Jim earned a MBA from the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia, where he received the William Michael Shermet Award. He received a BA in economics and history from Vanderbilt University.
- “Cost Reduction Strategies for Power Generation,” Brief, June 2018
- “Everybody Wins in Divestitures,” Brief, June 2017
- “Is Bigger Better? Three Ways Utilities Can Benefit from Scale,” Forbes.com, June 2016, Article
- “Scale Matters: Unlocking Value in Utilities,” Brief, May 2016
- “Sometimes Companies Need to Break Up Too. Is It Time to Split Up?,” Bangkok Post, March 2015, Article