Ken works at the intersection of high tech and global opportunities, helping telecommunications, media, and technology (TMT) companies identify new markets and develop new products and services for both the consumer and enterprise markets. Ken began his career in the telecom industry and has a long track record of supporting handset and PC manufacturers, telecom operators, and content/application providers.
Finding effective growth strategies that result in tangible market advantage continues to be top of mind for most TMT companies. Ken’s recent contributions in that area include helping a high-tech firm in Japan develop new mobile and online capabilities, and leading the development of the growth strategy for mobile services for a Japan telecom company.
In the enterprise area, Ken has partnered with our business-technology teams to evaluate various tech-enabled growth strategies, including the future of PCs and the potential of B2C and B2B cloud services. He has also guided organizational efforts that focused on implementing changes to business models, service delivery, and architecture to better support strategic goals.
As several trends converge to change the nature of how consumers and companies communicate, Ken’s insight into the dynamics of TMT industries will continue to benefit clients and McKinsey alike.
|Harvard Business School