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Lapo Mori

Partner, Denver
Advises leading manufacturing companies on transforming their operations and supply chains leveraging disruptive technology

About Lapo

Lapo is a partner at McKinsey currently based in Denver, and he previously worked in Belgium and Thailand. He serves clients globally on operational transformations and turnarounds across various industrial sectors including mining, pulp and paper, metals, and chemicals.

Lapo has advised clients in over 30 countries with a focus on how disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, and automation can enhance the way people approach work and drive transformational change. He brings a team of 40 partners and more than 100 expert practitioners and consultants to deliver cutting edge digital assets to support optimization of end-to-end supply chains, process controls and automation, and water management.

Published work

Tapping digital’s full potential in pulp and paper process optimization,” McKinsey & Company, August 2021

Succeeding in the AI supply-chain revolution,” McKinsey & Company, April 2021

The potential of advanced process controls in energy and materials,” McKinsey & Company, November 2020

Optimizing water treatment with online sensing and advanced analytics,” McKinsey & Company, October 2020

The mine-to-market value chain: A hidden gem,” McKinsey & Company, October 2020

A safer, smarter future: Working remotely in energy and materials,” McKinsey & Company, May 2020

Using advanced analytics to boost productivity and profitability in chemical manufacturing,” McKinsey & Company, Feb 2018

Unlocking the digital opportunity in metals,” McKinsey & Company, Jan 2018

The current capacity shake-up in steel and how the industry is adapting,” McKinsey & Company, Jan 2018

Past experience

University of Pisa
Postdoctoral fellow

E-Team Squadra Corse
Team manager and technical director

Education

Northwestern University
PhD, mechanical engineering

University of Pisa
MSc, mechanical engineering
BSc, mechanical engineering