- Business Analytics
- Inventory Management
- Project Management
Digital Disruptor - Advisory
Location: Hong KongJob Description & Responsibilities
Background to the role
PwC today is China’s leading professional services business, our future ambition is to become the leading technology enabled professional services business.
The 'Digital Disruptor' will serve a critical role, guiding and supporting our Advisory executives to make the changes needed for the firm to achieve its technology ambitions. They will both improve the digital IQ of our leaders and provide them with better connectivity to the information and resources they will need to help bring this ambition to life.
Role and responsibilities
- To bring a technology perspective into strategy discussions and other relevant topics at Advisory executive meetings;
- To help leaders to understand how to better leverage firm-wide technology investments and initiatives into Advisory specific activities;
- To act as a bridge to the firms technology community and to proactively connect the dots and identify synergies and duplication of effort;
- To attend selected technology meetings/forums (internal and external) and be up to speed in firm-wide technology initiatives;
- To maintain the Advisory inventory of client facing technology investments and initiatives; and
- Proving briefings/guidance on specific technology related subjects or issues with Advisory/BU leaders (whether themselves or arranging the right people).
Reporting structure & key relationships
Dual line of reporting into Advisory Leader and Chief Technology & Disruption Leader.
- A technologist by background with a broad appreciation of current and emerging technology trends and issues
- First hand client service delivery experience (at some point in their careers to date)
- Agile project management expertise is preferred
- A Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science or similar is preferred
Key personal attributes
- Thirst for learning and ability to have (or quickly build) a deep understanding of the Advisory business
- Confident and able to communicate clearly (and without jargon) and enthusiastically about technology related matters
- Good business analysis/problem solving abilities
- Organised and highly consultative
- Executive presence and able to win confidence of Advisory leaders