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McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 22, 2019

A new approach to Accelerated Performance Transformation
New technologies are transforming industrial, technology, and consumer companies. How can they improve their margins and growth while funding innovation?

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 22, 2019

China auto consumer insights 2019
Here's what you need to know to navigate the road ahead in the world's largest auto market.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 22, 2019

Digital transformation: Improving the odds of success
Most digital transformations don't yield the benefits that leaders expect. New research shows that five practices maximize the chance of extraordinary outcomes.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 21, 2019

Global banking annual review 2019: The last pit stop? Time for bold late-cycle moves
As growth slows, banks across the globe need to urgently consider a suite of radical organic or inorganic moves before we hit a downturn.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 21, 2019

Key success factors in a strategic transformation: A conversation with Kevin Laczkowski
Leadership plays a critical role in building conviction and commitment for a sustained strategic transformation.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 21, 2019

The next wave of consumer M&A: Executing for value
New research on recent mergers shows that leading companies follow disciplined playbooks to extract maximum value.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 21, 2019

The next wave of consumer M&A: Searching for growth
M&A has become more difficult of late. Consumer-goods companies need to rediscover why acquisitions succeed.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 21, 2019

The role of academic-based health systems: An interview with Catherine Jacobson and Thomas Zenty
Catherine Jacobson, president and CEO of Froedtert Health, and Thomas Zenty, CEO of University Hospitals, explain how their academic medical centers and academic-based health systems are finding their niche in the healthcare ecosystem. As these centers develop, how do changing consumer expectations and social determinants of health change their vision for the future?

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 17, 2019

The numbers behind successful transformations
Crunching the numbers on transformations suggests good news for companies that go broad, move fast and renew often, prioritize health, and keep stretching their aspirations.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 17, 2019

Managing a moonshot: Keeping large industrial projects on track
Smarter capital expenditure management can save large industrial companies up to 25 percent on every project.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 17, 2019

Fashion's new must-have: Sustainable sourcing at scale
Sustainable sourcing is fast becoming a top priority for fashion companies. A survey of sourcing executives reveals ambitious targets—and highlights the transformation needed.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 16, 2019

How women can help fill the oil and gas industry's talent gap
New research identifies why women fail to advance—and suggests what the industry can do about it.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 16, 2019

Reviving innovation in Europe
Innovation is of fundamental importance for Europe's economic and social system. These five paths could build on its strengths and help the continent regain its competitive edge.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 16, 2019

The role of strategy in a transformation: A conversation with Kevin Laczkowski
A holistic approach to transformation ensures that a company is positioning itself for long-term success.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 15, 2019

Women in the Workplace 2019
Five years in to our research, we see bright spots at senior levels. But companies need to focus their efforts earlier in the pipeline to make real progress.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 15, 2019

Has Southeast Asia taken a firm grip on the nickel value chain?
A closer look at the future of the nickel market considers the role of ore exports from Southeast Asia.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 15, 2019

Five Fifty: Fast and modular
Want to move faster, fly higher, and generally perform like a top technology company? Try the modular approach to platforms.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 14, 2019

Building operational excellence in higher education
The example of one university shows the potential value in transforming administrative operations.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 14, 2019

The coming of AI Spring
Artificial intelligence can generate tremendous value for us all, if policymakers and businesses act swiftly and smartly to capture its full benefits and mitigate the inevitable risks, write James Manyika and Jacques Bughin in Project Syndicate.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 14, 2019

How private equity can maximize value in US financial services
The industry may be on the cusp of a new and less forgiving era. Private owners can take steps now to get ready.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 11, 2019

Managing your external supply system for innovation
To accelerate innovation, more companies are turning to outsiders for help—especially their suppliers. Getting supplier innovation to work means rethinking incentives, relationships, and management.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 11, 2019

Rethinking the renewable strategy for an age of global competition
Renewable-based power generation is rising. As the market evolves, what will it take to succeed, and what kinds of players will win?

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 11, 2019

Fit for the future: The common challenges facing healthcare systems—and how to meet them
Across the developed world, health systems must adapt to aging populations, changing patient needs, and advances in technology that could both reduce costs and revolutionize clinical care.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 11, 2019

Unlocking the value of digital operations in electric-power generation
To stay competitive in electric-power generation, gas- and coal-powered plants need to improve fuel efficiency and performance. A digital-enabled operational transformation allows them to do so.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 10, 2019

Unlocking private-sector financing in emerging-markets infrastructure
Three levers can help governments and development finance institutions increase private-sector financing for infrastructure, narrowing some of the sector's largest investment gaps.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 10, 2019

Transform the whole business, not just parts
In a business, the parts link together and compose the whole. And so to improve the whole, you must improve the parts—right?

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 10, 2019

The race for cybersecurity: Protecting the connected car in the era of new regulation
The car industry's digital transformation exposes new cybersecurity threats. Learn what OEMs can do to protect their cars and customers from hackers.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 10, 2019

Why your next transformation should be ‘all in'
Increase the odds of a successful business transformation by going "all in"—combining five big moves to improve your company's performance and portfolio.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 10, 2019

Smarter, faster asset allocation for more coverage at lower cost
With careful planning, the latest technologies mean businesses can grow their asset bases without growing their cost bases.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 10, 2019

How smart platforms can crack the complexity challenge in project industries
Modular platform strategies—originally developed and used by high-volume automotive players—can drive value in complex, project-based industries as well. Here's what you need to know.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 09, 2019

How Prudential Financial is tackling the future of work
Prudential Financial vice chairman Rob Falzon discusses the criticality of people to digital growth, how Prudential is preparing its workforce for the future, and partnerships with the education sector.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 09, 2019

How Singapore is harnessing design to transform government services
Singapore has put design at the heart of its public sector improvement initiatives—making it a potent source of learning for other governments.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 09, 2019

What's next for semiconductor profits and value creation?
Semiconductor profits have been strong over the past few years. Could recent changes within the industry stall their progress?

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 09, 2019

Transforming infrastructure operations for a hybrid-cloud world
Despite the rapid growth of public-cloud adoption, internal-infrastructure teams are well positioned to add unique value. But they'll need to change their approach and evolve their service.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 08, 2019

The climate risk you may not be thinking about
The most significant risk from climate change in the near term is not from a future of extreme weather — we know it is coming — but whether we have adapted to an increasingly volatile present, write Dickon Pinner and Jonathan Woetzel in GreenBiz.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 08, 2019

The risk-based approach to cybersecurity
The most sophisticated institutions are moving from a "maturity based" to a "risk based" approach for managing cyberrisk. Here is how they are doing it.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 08, 2019

Automation and economic disparity: A new challenge for CEOs
The automation age could widen economic disparities between high-growth cities and struggling rural areas, thus affecting where companies hire, invest, and locate.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 07, 2019

Scotiabank's chief risk officer on the state of anti-money laundering
Daniel Moore talks about finding bad guys, creating good money, and everything in between.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 04, 2019

How companies can seize opportunity in Vietnam's growing retail market
Vietnam's economic stability and growing middle class create an attractive retail environment. Companies need to embrace three key trends to translate the opportunity into profitable enterprises.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 04, 2019

How to harness technology for growth in South Africa
Digitisation and automation could result in a net gain of up to 1.2 million jobs in South Africa by 2030. But if companies don't act swiftly to take advantage of the opportunities these technologies present to drive innovation and growth, the country will suffer.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 04, 2019

A Nobelist on government's role, the power of ideas, and how to measure progress: An interview with Paul Romer
"Ideas mean that we can have sustained economic growth, and we will not only have more stuff but be better people."

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 04, 2019

The future of work in black America
Research shows that automation trends may be widening the racial wealth gap. This article reveals possible interventions that may help African American workers prepare for the future.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 04, 2019

Value over volume: Shale development in the era of cash
Despite rising production, most US shale producers are showing negative free cash flow. To improve capital efficiency, they need to optimize development strategies for economic value, not volume.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 03, 2019

The helix organization
Separating people-leadership tasks from day-to-day business leadership can help organizations strike a better balance between centralization and decentralization, reduce complexity, and embrace agility.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 03, 2019

Bioelectronics ‘jump-start' the next wave of device therapeutics
Blurring the lines between pharmaceuticals and medical technology, cybermedicine has the potential to become a pillar of medical treatment and play a key role in the future of medtech innovation.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 03, 2019

Focusing on culture to drive growth
Embracing a growth mind-set and working with customers to develop innovative new products has been the recipe for growth at Amcor.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 03, 2019

The Asianized world has arrived
By 2040, Asia is likely to generate more than 50% of world GDP, and could account for nearly 40% of global consumption, write Jonathan Woetzel and Jeongmin Seong in Project Syndicate.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 02, 2019

Realizing the value of your merger with the right operating model
Substantial changes to an operating model are often necessary to achieve an organization's strategic objectives and deliver the promised value of a merger. Making these changes requires a thoughtful, leader-driven process to navigate the unique constraints and risks of the endeavor.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 02, 2019

Gene therapy coming of age: Opportunities and challenges to getting ahead
Amid breakthroughs in gene editing, the pharma industry must recalibrate its development and reimbursement model for therapies that go beyond the traditional approach to disease treatment.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 02, 2019

Why social determinants matter for children's health: An interview with Michael Fisher
The president and CEO of Cincinnati Children's Hospital explains how social determinants of health (e.g., education, housing, social support) affect children's health outcomes, and how organizations that invest and intervene early can generate both near- and long-term value.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 01, 2019

Inflection point: Seven transformative shifts in US retail banking
Only ten years ago, the US retail banking industry was in the depths of the global financial crisis, as many once leading institutions struggled to survive. Since then, after bringing in billions in fresh capital, US banks have made a return to stable ground and greater liquidity. Now, however, several transformative forces are accelerating the evolution of US banking and promising to make the business more challenging in the next ten years.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 01, 2019

Resilience in TMT: Winning in downturns
Economic downturns hold substantial opportunities for companies in the technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) sector. By starting now to build an action plan and execute no-regret moves, companies can put themselves on a path to emerge resilient through the next slowdown.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 01, 2019

The business of running state government operations
New research from the National Association of State Chief Administrators and McKinsey looks at critical issues for state chief administrative officers in real estate, risk management, and digital government.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 01, 2019

Technology-enabled procurement for chemical companies
They recognize the importance of strong purchasing capabilities, but few have transformed the function into a source of real strategic advantage. Digital and analytics can help.

McKinsey Quarterly
Oct 01, 2019

Financial crime and fraud in the age of cybersecurity
As cybersecurity threats compound the risks of financial crime and fraud, institutions are crossing functional boundaries to enable collaborative resistance.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 30, 2019

Economic Conditions Snapshot, September 2019: McKinsey Global Survey results
Respondents' views are subdued on the current state of the global economy, and on their home economies in the months ahead. Trade conflicts and trade-policy changes remain the most commonly cited threats to growth.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 30, 2019

Framing reinvention: What disruptive change means for business, society, and you
Global managing partner Kevin Sneader reflects on the challenges and opportunities that disruptive change presents for business leaders and society.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 30, 2019

How automakers can master new mobility
The European automotive industry finds itself in a changing market that is showing signs of slowing down. How can OEMs scale up e-mobility at the same time?

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 30, 2019

Five Fifty: Slow burn
It's axiomatic that as economies grow, energy demand increases at a similar rate. But renewables may finally break the connection.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 30, 2019

An engineering approach to derisking R&D for novel drug modalities
Borrowing from the field of engineering, applying a "failure modes analysis" can quickly take some unnecessary risk out of a development program for innovative modalities.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 27, 2019

Multiples analysis: Industry labels don't matter, performance does
Our research highlights the variability of multiples within and across industries and refutes the idea that there is a shortcut to higher valuation.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 27, 2019

OFSE quarterly: Revenue edges up, but margins stay under pressure
It was another tough quarter for the oil-field-services-and-equipment (OFSE) sector. Oil prices again declined, the possibility of global recession weighed down on demand, and OFSE revenues saw only marginal improvement. Offshore and gas sectors provided some silver lining.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 27, 2019

What will Europe's e-privacy regulation mean for your business?
The ePrivacy Regulation, an elaboration of the GDPR, has been moving closer to adoption; beyond preparing for compliance, smart companies can find business advantages.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 26, 2019

An interview with former Peruvian Minister of Education Jaime Saavedra
Jaime Saavedra came from the World Bank to lead the Education Ministry in his native country of Peru with a commitment to improve quality across the public education system.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 26, 2019

Are you a growth leader? The seven beliefs and behaviors that growth leaders share
A new survey highlights what separates growth leaders from the pack.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 26, 2019

China digital consumer trends in 2019
New research from a survey of 4,300 Chinese consumers suggests a path forward for brands and marketers seeking the next wave of growth.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 25, 2019

Automation and the future of work in Indonesia
To fully capture the productivity boost of automation, Indonesia's government, business community, and educational institutions must work together in a concerted way to address skills transitions.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 25, 2019

Down but not out: How automakers can create value in an uncertain future
After delivering record profits in 2017, global automakers have faced several challenges over the past 12 months. Can the industry find a sustainable path to value creation in this disruptive environment?

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 25, 2019

The analytics academy: Bridging the gap between human and artificial intelligence
As organizations rebuild their foundations to compete in the era of data and advanced analytics, in-house capability-building programs offer the best way to train workers up to the task.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 25, 2019

The role of growth in a transformation: A conversation with Duncan Miller
Companies that grow the top line while simultaneously expanding their margins thrive and succeed.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 24, 2019

How purpose-driven growth and a strong culture can beat the market
The foundation of growth strategy at Mondelez is built on focusing the company, from leadership to the front lines, on a shared purpose.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 23, 2019

Executive quick take: A guide to implementing marketing-and-sales transformations that unlock sustainable growth
Above-market growth in today's competitive environment means becoming more flexible and agile and adopting multiple marketing strategies.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 23, 2019

Agriculture plays a critical role in limiting the impact of climate change
As a major contributor to methane and nitrous oxide emissions, agriculture is key to fighting global warming. But policy makers are largely ignoring it.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 22, 2019

Tracking the sources of robust payments growth: McKinsey Global Payments Map
Robust growth in global payments continues to attract new and nontraditional competitors. For both incumbents and challengers, finding the rich seams requires looking beyond headline numbers into regional and segment details.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 22, 2019

Tracking the sources of robust payments growth: McKinsey Global Payments Report
Robust growth in global payments continues to attract new and nontraditional competitors. For both incumbents and challengers, finding the rich seams requires looking beyond headline numbers into regional and segment details.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 20, 2019

Understanding the opportunity in Japan's biosimilar market
Despite a sluggish start, Japan's biosimilar market looks set for accelerated growth. The country's patient co-pay dynamic, financial incentives, and commercial model will be keys to success.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 20, 2019

Why are your customers calling you again?
Getting to the bottom of why customers keep calling your contact centers can generate significant savings. And result in happier customers.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 20, 2019

From pure investor to entrepreneurial owner: How private-equity firms can master the shift
To take their investments from good to great, PE firms need to act more like entrepreneurs: totally engaged and willing to take risks to create value.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 19, 2019

China in the Asian century
Even as China's growth rate matures, its growth is helping to propel the rapid economic development of its neighbors, write Jonathan Woetzel and Joe Ngai in China Daily.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 19, 2019

Catch them if you can: How leaders in data and analytics have pulled ahead
As data and analytics transform industries at an ever-quicker pace, the strategies and organizational cultures of leading companies offer others a road map for success.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 19, 2019

Changing the insurance paradigm: A perspective from Allianz Poland's COO
A 20-year industry veteran, Radoslaw Kaminski believes that insurers must rethink long-standing business models and "become part of something bigger."

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 19, 2019

Leading a transformation in the Department of Veterans Affairs
The assistant secretary for enterprise integration at the US Department of Veterans Affairs discusses the agency's ongoing transformation and how it's benefiting the veterans it serves.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 19, 2019

The forgotten step in leading large-scale change
Change programs that explicitly assess the skills and mind-sets required to fulfill their performance and health aspirations are upward of six times more likely to succeed.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 19, 2019

It's not just about China. Asian economies are integrating rapidly, fuelling regional growth
Asia's massive economic bloc is growing in a complementary fashion, with more regional investments and collaborations as integration intensifies, write Oliver Tonby and Jonathan Woetzel in South China Morning Post.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 18, 2019

The future of Asia: Asian flows and networks are defining the next phase of globalization
The Asian Century has begun. Asia is the world's largest regional economy and, as its economies integrate further, it has the potential to fuel and shape the next phase of globalization.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 18, 2019

Israel: Hot spot for future mobility technologies
Here's why the Israeli autotech ecosystem is set to play an important role in the future automotive industry.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 18, 2019

Beating the cycle: Building resilience in chemicals
Economic downturns take their toll—and chemical companies are no exception. Our research finds companies that increased resilience in the last downturn made bold moves.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 18, 2019

Five insights into the views and behaviors of the US dairy consumer
Dairy companies that can tailor their product offerings to the evolving tastes of consumers will be better positioned for growth.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 17, 2019

Building board-management dynamics to withstand a crisis: Addressing the fault lines
Crises can strain relationships at the top of organizations to the breaking point. Improving the dynamics between board members and senior executives can make recovery from crisis more successful.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 17, 2019

Infographic: Building the European biotech sector with world-class talent
What makes European biotech attractive? Talent is one reason. Europe ranks high in the level of innovation and the quality of R&D talent, particularly for research, and the amount of available talent in drug development is increasing. For rare diseases and oncology, however, experienced people are considered to be in short supply. And while the challenges of attracting and retaining biotech talent (as well as talent for business development) are not unique to Europe, these will continue to be important for biotech's growth in this market. Read more in "Biotech in Europe: A strong foundation for growth and innovation."

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 16, 2019

Mastering the duality of digital: How companies withstand disruption
McKinsey research shows that established companies win by addressing digital strategy's dual imperatives: building new digital businesses while digitizing legacy operations.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 16, 2019

The Digital Accelerator: The Schwab model for accelerating its digital transformation
What's better than digital transformation? A faster digital transformation—that delights customers, develops agile ways of working, and creates new value. Here's the road map followed at Schwab.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 16, 2019

Pricing: Distributors' most powerful value-creation lever
With new digital capabilities, distributors are finding that pricing can do more than traditional margin-expansion methods to create new value.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 16, 2019

Flushing out the money launderers with better customer risk-rating models
Advanced risk-rating models dramatically improve detection by applying machine learning and statistical analysis to better-quality data and dynamic customer profiles.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 16, 2019

Five Fifty: Defund your darlings
Better to give than to take away? Not when axing underperforming projects and businesses.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 13, 2019

Capturing value at scale in discrete manufacturing with Industry 4.0
The efforts of many companies to apply Industry 4.0 solutions are stuck in "pilot purgatory." Determining where to focus and how to scale can help generate a meaningful, lasting impact.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 13, 2019

Best-in-class digital document processing: A payer perspective
Despite the promise of digitization, paper forms will remain for many years. Payers that find a better way to handle both paper-based and digital information will have a competitive advantage.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 13, 2019

How to master the seven-step problem-solving process
Structured problem solving can be used to address almost any complex challenge in business or public policy.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 13, 2019

How state and local governments win at attracting companies
Governments with the most effective business-attraction programs deploy comprehensive economic-development strategies.

McKinsey Quarterly
Sep 13, 2019

When you pick that pre-worn jacket, the environment wins too
Andy Ruben of Yerdle draws on his experience in sustainability to discuss how companies can enter—and thrive in—the circular economy.

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