Since joining McKinsey in 2003, Dominik has worked with clients on technology strategy and delivery; specializes in the digitization of the automotive and industrial sectors . He spent 2 years in McKinsey’s Silicon Valley office in Palo Alto working with leading technology companies and start-ups.
Dominik leads McKinsey's global “digital in automotive and industries” initiative. His focus is on the topics of Connected Car, Autonomous Driving and Industry 4.0, the digitalization of manufacturing companies. He is a frequent contributor to industry conferences and publications.
- autonomous driving platform strategy for an automotive OEM
- large project management for high-speed train control software
- highly autonomous driving market forecast for a tier-1 automotive supplier
- Industry 4.0 strategy for an industrial automation player
- software development improvement program to increase innovation rate and productivity for a mobile phone systems provider
- R&D improvement program for a wireless semiconductor company
- digital transformation for a leading European telecoms operator
- restructuring of an industrial equipment maker
- mobility strategy for leading consumer electronics player
- development of advanced market research methodologies using search (e.g., Google Trends) and social media data
- mobile ecosystem strategy examining emerging services (e.g., payment) and markets (e.g., mobile health)
Prior to joining McKinsey, Dominik co-founded 2 start-up companies in the areas of social networking and internet services.
Dominik holds an MA degree in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge
The 10 ways driverless cars will redefine the future, Bloomberg, July 2015
“Preparing IT systems and organizations for the Internet of Things,” McKinsey & Company, November 2015
“How carmakers can compete for the connected consumer,” McKinsey & Company, September 2015
“Manufacturing’s next act,” McKinsey & Company, June 2015
“Ten ways autonomous driving could redefine the automotive world,” McKinsey & Company, June 2015
“What’s driving the connected car,” McKinsey & Company, September 2014
King’s College, University of Cambridge
MA in computer science