About Enno

Enno leads our work on digital manufacturing globally as well as our operations hub in the Mid-Atlantic region. He also oversees McKinsey’s strategic partnership with the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute (DMDII), which focuses on building manufacturers’ digital capabilities. Enno is the founder and global leader of McKinsey’s Capability Center Network, a network of 15 training centers that train 15,000 managers from over 300 organizations every year in the latest operations transformation approaches. Additionally, he led McKinsey’s collaboration with the World Economic Forum around technology adoption and the ecosystem required to build large-scale transformations.

In his advisory work, Enno supports several Fortune 500 and SME clients across industries in their pursuit of competitive advantage through operational excellence. He supports clients in developing strategies, setting up best practice value chains, transforming core business processes, and building capabilities.

Enno spends the majority of his time advising pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers. He also advises across a broad range of operations-intensive industries, including fast-moving consumer goods, advanced electronics, and automotive and assembly.

Before joining McKinsey, Enno was a project manager at BMW. He relocated to McKinsey’s New Jersey location in 2010, after spending more than ten years in our Munich office.

Published work

“Finding opportunity in uncertainty: A new paradigm for pharmaceutical supply chains,” (PDF–421 KB), McKinsey & Company, 2014

Past experience

BMW AG
Project manager

Education

Technical University of Dresden
PhD, mechanical engineering

Technical University of Aachen
MS, mechanical engineering