BofA’s ‘Citizen Devs’ Take on Innovation Mantle

The bank's central data and technology group enables frontline ‘citizen developers’.


Whatever the next big thing in finance is, don’t expect it to come out of Bank of America’s data and innovation group (DIG). But the chances of it coming from somewhere else within the bank are rising. 

Innovation cannot be corralled, says Brice Rosenzweig, global head of the DIG. But it can be enabled.

Far from claiming a monopoly on innovation, the DIG has been working behind the scenes to make the tools for digital transformation – data and technology – available to frontline employees in

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