Marie-Catherine Patry Winckler

Associate Director

Education

HEC
Master in Business Administration
La Sorbonne University
DEA in economics

Past Experience

Fifty Eight Digital Consulting (Econocom)
Partner
Econocom
Head of Development
LEK Consulting
Director
M6 Metropole Televisions
Strategy & Development
Orange
Strategic Partnerships

Marie-Catherine is based in Paris and is a core member of the Technology & Innovation Management practice, where she plays a leading role in developing the company’s local client base.

She has specific areas of expertise in digital transformation, including digital disruption of business models, digitally-enabled innovation, business agility. She focuses on the following sectors: healthcare, financial services, and transportation.

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little, Marie-Catherine spent 10 years in digital and strategic consulting, and 10 years as a strategy and business development executive in international groups, focusing on digital-related topics.

Marie-Catherine holds a Master’s degree from HEC and a DEA in economics from La Sorbonne University in Paris. She is fluent in English and French.

Recent Publications

Unleashing innovation in IT
IT is still often seen as inflexible and costly Digitalization has been at the top of the strategic agenda for over a decade (see Figure 1). IT assets, and the function that manages them, are usually seen as the backbone of the digitalization effort.

Marie-Catherine is based in Paris and is a core member of the Technology & Innovation Management practice, where she plays a leading role in developing the company’s local client base.

She has specific areas of expertise in digital transformation, including digital disruption of business models, digitally-enabled innovation, business agility. She focuses on the following sectors: healthcare, financial services, and transportation.

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little, Marie-Catherine spent 10 years in digital and strategic consulting, and 10 years as a strategy and business development executive in international groups, focusing on digital-related topics.

Marie-Catherine holds a Master’s degree from HEC and a DEA in economics from La Sorbonne University in Paris. She is fluent in English and French.

Recent Publications

Unleashing innovation in IT
IT is still often seen as inflexible and costly Digitalization has been at the top of the strategic agenda for over a decade (see Figure 1). IT assets, and the function that manages them, are usually seen as the backbone of the digitalization effort.

More About Marie-Catherine
  • HEC
    Master in Business Administration
  • La Sorbonne University
    DEA in economics
  • Fifty Eight Digital Consulting (Econocom)
    Partner
  • Econocom
    Head of Development
  • LEK Consulting
    Director
  • M6 Metropole Televisions
    Strategy & Development
  • Orange
    Strategic Partnerships