Managing Director & Partner
Rohin Wood joined Boston Consulting Group in 2014 and was a founding member of BCG GAMMA, BCG’s data and analytics consulting business dedicated to unlocking the competitive advantage that exists at the intersection of data science, technology, people, and deep business expertise.
Rohin serves as the digital node for the Industrial Goods practice and the GAMMA node for the Operations practice, both for Asia Pacific. He is also the global leader for mathematical optimization. His experience covers range of industries, including mining and metals, transportation, aerospace, telecommunications, defense, and financial services. He brings specialist knowledge in mathematical and computational modeling, statistical analysis, and optimization to his work with clients.
Rohin’s current focus is on applying analytics and artificial intelligence to optimize operations and unlock value in resources businesses, particularly mining and metals.
Prior to joining BCG in 2014, Rohin was the principal for analytics at TSG Consulting and the practice leader for analytics at Sinclair Knight Merz.
Covid-19 is the largest sudden disruption to business operations of any modern crisis. We believe that constraint-based thinking – the framing of business problems as optimisation problems – is a tool that leaders can rely on to successfully navigate this crisis and future unexpected events.
Machine learning, a subfield of AI, can revolutionize miners’ operations and sharpen their competitive edge. But to fully exploit this technology, miners need a disciplined approach.