Andrew Hunter

Managing Director


Andrew has over 25 years of industry and consulting experience, including extensive expertise in strategy development, change management, communications, organizational design, and process improvement. While he has experience in a wide range of industries, Andrew’s main focus has been working with Life Sciences companies.

Andrew has significant hands-on experience leading and implementing change in challenging environments. He leverages his engineering background and operational mindset to streamline business processes and has a strong track record for delivering results, managing teams and developing staff.

Prior to TayganPoint, Andrew was a Principal in the Life Sciences practice of Capgemini and held the position of Vice President of Project Management and Clinical Operations at a Clinical Research Organization. He has also held a range of operational and general management positions in the aerospace and engineering industries.

Recent Projects Include:

  • Coordinated and managed the development and execution of a plan to establish a near shore shared services center, including site selection, organization design and staff recruitment.
  • Developed a 2 year roadmap to transform product portfolio management and implemented a strategic portfolio review process for senior executives.
  • Led a team of over 50 business and technology consultants that redefined and implemented new processes, systems and organization for late-stage drug development.
  • Rebuilt a clinical project management organization by redefining roles, assessing skills required and bringing in new talent.
  • Facilitated definition of harmonized business processes for a global R&D function. Also conducted a skills assessment and designed a common organizational model for all sites.
  • Worked with the leadership team responsible for Corporate Information Management to prioritize their initiatives, set performance goals and develop detailed plans to achieve these goals.
  • Defined mission, business objectives and launch plan for a new department of Experimental Medicine, which was successfully established eight weeks after budget approval.
  • Introduced team working into a three-shift warehousing operation, including design of shop-floor-based measures and redefinition of supervisory and management processes.

Recent Published Articles Include:

  • Pharma x C2 = Continuous Improvement of Capability and Culture: The Japanese word “Kaizen” is frequently used to describe the philosophy or practices that focus on continuous improvement. Regardless of the title used,the importance of establishing a continuous improvement framework and culture cannot be understated.

Education, Certifications, Thought Leadership & Awards:

  • BSc. In Mechanical Engineering Imperial College, London, UK
  • MSc. In Manufacturing Systems Engineering University of Warwick, UK
  • MBA, INSEAD, France

In the Community:

An active cyclist who has participated in several fund-raising charity rides including the American Diabetes Association, Marie Curie Cancer Care and Anchor House.


Program & Project Management



Regulatory Affairs

Shared Services

Process Improvement

Organization Design & Change Management

Mergers & Acquisitions




Animal Health

Medical Device Engineering