When your greatest asset is the knowledge of your people, how do you keep track of who knows what? Mike Wright, CIO of McKinsey & Company since 2013, uses a combination of artificial intelligence (AI), a simplified architecture, and a user-centric design to turn data into client-relevant value at one of the world’s leading global consulting firms.
I recently spoke with Wright about how he is creating a data-driven organization and, just as importantly, how he is changing the culture of the IT organization to support it. What follows is an edited transcript of that conversation.
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