Managing Director & Senior Partner
Miguel Carrasco is the Global Leader for Center for Digital Government at Boston Consulting Group. He leads the Technology Advantage practice and BCG Platinion in the Asia-Pacific region. Miguel has deep expertise in the digital economy, the future of work and artificial intelligence, customer journeys, agile at scale transformations, and advanced data and analytics for policy and delivery. He has led a number of client study tour delegations to the US to visit tech companies and startups in San Francisco, Seattle, Silicon Valley, and Los Angeles.
Since joining BCG, Miguel has worked on a number of technology-driven strategy and business transformations in social services and immigration, and defense, as well as across a range of private-sector industries, including banking and consumer, and industrial goods. Miguel is a member of the Institute of Public Administration and the Australian Computer Society.
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