Nicolaus Henke is a senior partner at McKinsey & Company, where he advises leading companies on how to improve decision making and performance through advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and end-to-end data enabled transformations, and is the global leader of McKinsey Analytics, which has more than 2,000 dedicated analytics practitioners and translators, where he oversees partnerships between McKinsey and the wider artificial intelligence, data, and computing ecosystem. Nicolaus is the chairman of QuantumBlack (acquired by McKinsey in 2015), a company operating at the intersection of strategy, technology, and design, and a member of McKinsey’s global board, the Shareholder’s Council. He helped found and is a member of the Board of Innovative Healthcare Delivery at Duke Medicine and serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council at Harvard’s Kennedy School. Nicolaus frequently speaks on big data, analytics, and healthcare topics at global forums such as the World Economic Forum, the Milken Institute, and Forbes. He holds a master’s degree and PhD in business from the University of Münster, Germany, and a master’s in public administration from Harvard University, where he was a John J. McCloy Scholar.
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