Tags » Mckinsey & Company

Rethinking the rules of reorganization | McKinsey & Company

With the US consumer sector changing at an unprecedented pace, retailers and consumer-goods manufacturers are actively reshaping their business and strengthening their presence in new and fast-growing markets and channels. 666 more words

Designing Service

"We Can Never Know About The Days [FINANCIAL MARKETS] To Come"

AS CARLY SIMON USED TO SING …

By Arthur Chalekian GEPC

However, that doesn’t stop anyone from making educated guesses about the future of companies, financial markets, and economies. 451 more words

Investing

Here's Where Your State Ranks On Gender Equality, According to McKinsey

While gender inequality is a fact of life for all American women, not all states are created equal.

A study released Thursday by the McKinsey Global Institute found major differences in gender inequality between states. 386 more words

Careers

Japan at the forefront of hyper-ageing societies: opportunities more than burdens

By Genki Oka, Partner, McKinsey & Company, Tokyo Office

While the phenomenon of ageing societies often provides a foundation for debate on increasing costs and strain on meeting employment requirements, business and society should not forget that an ageing population is also an opportunity that is multi-faceted in nature. 747 more words

The Academic Eye

Brand success in an era of Digital Darwinism | McKinsey & Company

The Internet has become an indispensable tool for marketers, yet there are still gaps in understanding its role in shaping how consumers choose among brands. With the help of a powerful data set, we have been studying the relationship between the level of digitization across the consumer’s decision journey and the likelihood that a consumer will select a brand after considering and evaluating its qualities.

144 more words
Designing Service

If you work in the "gig economy," there's one important benefit you're probably overlooking

The PayPal Mafia is one of Silicon Valley’s most storied successes. Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, and Reid Hoffman—members of its early team went on to create several unicorns including Tesla, Palantir, and LinkedIn. 658 more words