Leads our technology and capability committee and works with aerospace and defense, industrial, and technology companies to achieve sustainable growth and operational excellence

About Daniel

Daniel leads our newly formed technology and capability committee on McKinsey’s Shareholders Council, focusing on technology-enablement strategy. He also coleads the firm’s new Capability Building group and our Implementation Practice. Previously, Daniel led McKinsey New Ventures, which was created to incubate new digital and analytics solutions, build up and scale innovative capabilities, and develop a vibrant portfolio of alliances and acquisitions.

Daniel has helped build the firm’s Aerospace & Defense Practice and industrial technologies group in the Americas. He has extensive experience in serving clients across a broad range of sectors, including aerospace, defense, technology, software, and industrial, and geographies, such as Asia, Europe, and North America. In his work with clients, Daniel primarily focuses on strategic and operational areas, including creating new digital businesses; building new operational capabilities, such as design-to-value processes and next-generation procurement; building new marketing and sales capabilities to accelerate growth; expanding portfolios through acquisitions and partnerships; and capturing the full value of acquisitions.

Daniel graduated from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) Paris and, as part of his studies, attended an exchange program at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.

Published work

Translating innovation into US growth: An advanced-industries perspective,” McKinsey Quarterly, May 2011

Past experience

Schneider Electric / Square D (Chicago, IL)
Strategy director


Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) Paris