Skip to main content

The drumbeat of digital: How winning teams play

Pace and power go hand in hand for digital leaders, which typically run four times faster and pull critical strategic levers two times harder than other companies do.

The desire to “change at the speed of digital” often generates more anxiety than clarity. Our recently completed research provides insights on how executives should approach this challenge. Digital leaders keep up a drumbeat of activities in their businesses that can be four times faster, and twice as powerful, as those of their peers. Join Tanguy Catlin and Laura LaBerge as they share their insights on the digital practices that help these companies significantly outperform their peers.

Request your invite to this exclusive webcast which includes an opportunity for you to have your questions answered live. July 31, 2019. 9-10 a.m. New York; 2-3 p.m. London.



McKinsey & Company is committed to protecting your information. Your information will be used in accordance with the applicable data privacy law, our internal policies and our privacy policy. As McKinsey is a global organisation, your information may be stored and processed by McKinsey and its affiliates in countries outside your country of residence, but wherever your information is processed, we will handle it with the same care and respect for your privacy.

About the presenters

Senior Partner, Boston

Tanguy Catlin

Tanguy Catlin is a senior partner in Boston, where he concentrates on digital-strategy issues for property-and-casualty insurance companies. Tanguy helps guide McKinsey's Digital Quotient initiative, working with companies around the world to deliver rapid results and sustained growth by identifying their digital strengths and weaknesses. Tanguy holds an M.B.A. from MIT and an undergraduate degree in civil engineering from the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium.
Director of content, Stamford

Laura LaBerge

Laura LeBerge is a leader in the Digital Strategy and Digital Org service lines based out of Stamford. She serves clients across sectors on the issues of digital disruption and how digital technologies are driving changes to the economics and competitive landscape of many industries and helping them transform their business models and organizational cultures to remain competitive. Laura holds a PhD in Theoretical Physical Chemistry from Yale University, and a Bachelor of Science in both physics and chemistry from the University of Iowa.