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Taking a Portfolio Approach to Technology Investments

For a technology to be an enabler of business success, we need to see a pathway to real, tangible value. BCG’s Stefan Mohr explains that we must look through the lenses of desirability, feasibility, and viability to establish the connection between the technology and the business value.

Stefan Mohr leads the Technology Advantage practice for the Asia-Pacific region of The Boston Consulting Group and is a core a member of the Financial Institutions practice in Australia and New Zealand.

Stefan helps business leaders and CIOs understand the best ways to use existing and emerging technologies to deliver greater value. Specifically, he helps companies connect technology with their core business strategy and organizational capabilities to ensure they get the best return on their IT investment.

He contributed to an online course on Digital Transformation. The course, developed by BCG in partnership with the University of Virginia Darden School of Business and Coursera, enables students to examine the pace of digital change and the imperative it creates for businesses.

At BCG, Stefan has worked with organizations in Australia and across Asia to develop technology strategies, simplify and lift the capabilities of IT functions, and apply digital tools and big data to transform sales, operations and management processes. Prior to BCG, Stefan spent four years working for the chemical company BASF in Germany as the global product manager for a range of specialty chemicals. Before beginning his studies, he spent almost two years working for the German Red Cross as a paramedic.

Areas of Expertise

  • Leads BCG’s Technology Advantage practice in Asia-Pacific
  • Transformation
  • Strategy
  • Digital and technology
  • Big data and analytics
  • Organization, performance, and capability improvement

Education

  • Diploma, Business Administration/Computer Science, Karlsruhe University, Germany
Experts
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