Mirek Zlotkowski joined Boston Consulting Group in September 2019 as a member of Digital BCG and GAMMA, BCG’s analytics division. Mirek has more than 25 years of experience in the pharmaceutical, retail, e-commerce, insurance, banking, financial services, technology, direct marketing, and media sectors, helping clients create new business models and launch new products and services through enterprise management combined with advanced analytics and interactive and mobile platforms.

Mirek focuses on enabling clients to use digital as a competitive advantage to drive innovation, growth, operational efficiencies, and customer loyalty. He helps clients deploy cutting-edge technology practices including agile, AI, machine learning, mobile, wearables, big data, and UX design; as well as helping them unlock value by using innovation and behavior change to create and support a digital agenda, in addition to products and services that improve the bottom line.

Mirek has worked on a wide variety of engagements across the industry. One of these was coupling wearable technology with AI. This technology was designed to move from the pilot stage to a companywide program, and from a focus on discrete business problems (such as improved personalization) to big business challenges (like optimizing the entire customer journey).

Mirek teaches digital transformation and software development best practices at Columbia University and New York University. Before joining BCG, Mirek was a Partner at Oliver Wyman Digital Practice and at Oliver Wyman Labs.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Digital strategy and implementation
  • Global growth and market entry strategy
  • Analytics-driven value creation
  • Large-scale transformational programs
  • Innovation, integration and delivery
  • AI enablement/scaling for efficiency
  • Deployment of machine learning, AI, cognitive computing
  • Digital multi-channel marketing and experience

EDUCATION

  • MCA, specialized honors, computer science, York University, Toronto
Deep Expertise, Broad Experience