Jim Harris is a partner based in Bain & Company's Washington, D.C. office. He co-leads the firm's Global Aerospace, Defense & Government Services practice.
Jim's A&D work has covered commercial and defense OEMs, Tier I/II suppliers, MRO providers and major airlines, as well as several government services players.
He has led engagements across strategy, M&A, organization and performance improvement. He brings deep functional expertise across the value stream, including product development, engineering, planning, procurement/supply chain and manufacturing.
Jim joined Bain in 1997. Earlier in his career, he worked in marketing for Dell.
Jim received an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, where he graduated as a Tuck Scholar. He also earned a BA from Rice University in biochemistry, chemistry and economics.
- “Inconvenient Truths Behind Sustainable Aviation Fuel,” Aviation Week, julho 01, 2022, Article
- “The Engineering Talent Crunch: A Solution Is Closer than You Think ,” Brief, março 22, 2022
- “Decarbonizing Commercial Aviation,” Video, março 10, 2022
- “Reducing Carbon Emissions from Propulsion in Commercial Aviation,” Infographic, agosto 18, 2021
- “Jim Harris: Zero-Based Cost Reduction in Aerospace and Defense,” Video, dezembro 06, 2018
In the News
- “Demand-Based Measures May Quickly Curb Aviation’s CO2 Emissions,” Aviation Week, março 30, 2022, Aviation
- “Melrose’s bid for GKN raises questions about Britain’s defense industry,” The Economist, janeiro 25, 2018, Aviation
- “Uber's lofty plan: Flying taxis in L.A. ,” Los Angeles Times, novembro 08, 2017, Aviation
- “We won't be flying in electric planes for at least 15 years, says industry expert,” CNBC, outubro 13, 2017, Aerospace, Defense & Government Services
- “Boeing buys company that's developing flying taxis for Uber,” Chicago Tribune, outubro 05, 2017, Aviation