Managing Director & Senior Partner
Michael Grebe is a member of the Technology Advantage practice and the Technology Advantage Operating Committee at Boston Consulting Group. He has deep experience in IT and digital across industries including transforming IT functions into World Class Technology Functions and in assessing the digital maturity of companies using BCG‘s Digital Acceleration Index.
Before joining the firm, Michael trained as a banker, worked as a software developer with an engineering company, completed internships with DG Bank, Frankfurt and Deutsche Bank, London, and conducted several benchmark projects with IBM, Mainz.
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