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Anna Wiesinger

Advises public-and private-sector clients, with a focus on digitalization processes and transformation management for education, employee, job market, and manager development

Anna Wiesinger is a partner at McKinsey, mainly advising clients in the public sector. She has extensive experience in change and organizational management in the public sector, and fundamental knowledge in the various areas of responsibility of social-insurance providers, including current, political, social, and legal developments.

She plays a leading role in McKinsey Digital and works especially on transformation projects, focusing on skill building and personnel development. Her current projects involve digitalization and technology transformation in the areas of public administration and education, as well as designing the “future of work” and the strategic alignment of corresponding skills in companies and public administration organizations.

Prior to joining McKinsey, Anna studied information systems in Germany and computer science in Sweden. The dissertation she wrote for her doctoral degree examined the collaborative relationships involved in working with IT service providers.


Tech talent tectonics: Ten new realities for finding, keeping, and developing talent,” McKinsey & Company, April 2022

How companies can win in the seven tech-talent battlegrounds” McKinsey & Company, October 2020

Die Chance für den digitalen Durchbruch,” (“Opportunity for the digital breakthrough”), McKinsey & Company, June 2020

Skill shift: Automation and the future of the workforce,” McKinsey & Company, May 2018

The skilling challenge,” McKinsey & Company, June 2018


University of Bamberg
MS, information systems

University of Skövde
MS, computer science