Keith Strier is a Principal in Deloitte Consulting LLP, and splits his time between client service, and serving as Managing Director, Digital Innovation for the firm's global enterprise. In the marketplace, Keith advises public and private sector clients on digital strategy, enterprise mobility, digital experience design, enterprise app stores, app governance and digital content management. Recent speaking engagements include: Center for Digital Technology & Management, Munich (Joint institution of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität and the Technische Universität); Apple-sponsored panel discussion on BYOD and enterprise mobility at the San Francisco Apple Store; Panelist, CIO100 Symposium, Mobility Innovation Panel. Since 2011, Keith has also been the primary author and executive sponsor of a comprehensive digital strategy for the firm’s enterprise application and infrastructure portfolio. Keith serves as digital strategist for multiple leadership teams, including the US CIO Executive Leadership, US Market Development Leadership, Global Technology Executive, Global CIO Council and Global Innovation Executive.
"Deloitte's digital strategy links business benefits to the design and deployment of digital technologies across every facet of our business, brand and workplace."
Keith manages the ITS-based Office of Digital Innovation, who's Lead Designers work with business stakeholders across industries and functions to promote and realize the art of the possible with digital technology. This includes developing digital strategies, crowd-sourcing ideas, rapid prototyping and leveraging an ecosystem of vendor partners to harness consumer (pre-enterprise) innovation.
Areas of recent impact include commercial cloud infrastructure (global enterprise app store, launching a crowd-sourcing ideation platform, testing the role of DIY (do it yourself) app building platforms in the enterprise), employee engagement and productivity (sales enablement, corporate travel platform, pursuit support, etc.), market-facing platforms that differentiate our brand (digital proposals, CxO platform, etc.) and service line innovation that help transform the client experience.
Keith has a Bachelor’s of Science in Industrial & Labor Relations with Honors from Cornell University (1993) and a Law Degree from New York University’s School of Law (1996).
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