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McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 04, 2021

Mobility investments in the next normal
A new survey looks at the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on consumer sentiment, which could influence future mobility investments.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 03, 2021

International personal-data transfer amid regulatory upheaval
The Schrems II ruling created a noteworthy disruption in the data-privacy environment. Here, we outline a risk-based approach to managing uncertainty from the ruling.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 03, 2021

Product innovation: The new imperative for insurers in Asia
Incumbent insurers in Asia find product innovation challenging. Developing products to respond to customer needs, not risks or competitor actions, will be crucial.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 03, 2021

Hardware's business-model shift: Finding a new path forward
New business models present an opportunity for IT-infrastructure providers, who are facing a migration in value as buyers demand cloud-like, customer-centric experiences.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 03, 2021

Accounting for values and valuation
Former UPS finance chief Kurt Kuehn describes how the SASB framework can help companies measure, manage, and disclose material ESG and other nonfinancial risks.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 03, 2021

The Indian automotive industry: From resilience to resurgence?
Indian automotive sales have shown resilience during the pandemic but have not returned to their pre-COVID-19 strength. What will it take to go from resilience to resurgence?

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 02, 2021

The McKinsey Crossword: Juggling Act | No. 13
Sharpen your problem-solving skills the McKinsey way, with our weekly crossword. Each puzzle is created with the McKinsey audience in mind, and includes a subtle (and sometimes not-so-subtle) business theme for you to find. Answers that are directionally correct may not cut it if you're looking for a quick win. Either play the interactive version, or if you like putting pen(cil) to paper, download and print when you're ready to engage. Check back each Tuesday for a new puzzle or, better yet, sign up to get an alert each week when the next challenge is ready.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 02, 2021

Scale matters … to an extent: Playing the scale game in insurance
Large insurers can turn their scale into a strong competitive advantage—if they recognize that fully harnessing the benefits of scale requires managing complexity.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 02, 2021

Strategic resilience during the COVID-19 crisis
Organizations that rapidly reinvented themselves in response to the pandemic can provide lessons on resilience.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 02, 2021

Building sustainable and affordable urban living: A conversation with White Peak's Jesper Jos Olsson
Not many companies are bold enough to enter the challenging Chinese market without a local partner. But a desire to retain full control, and the belief that relying on local partners may hinder its ability to learn and scale, eventually paid off, according to the cofounder of a Beijing-based, Swedish property developer.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 02, 2021

Can a Japanese pharmaceutical become a social innovator?
Santen CIO Minori Hara explains how IT is enabling the ophthalmological company to deliver a holistic sense of well-being around eye health.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 02, 2021

Five Fifty: Breaking through in health
Scientific innovation can speed effective responses to future pandemics and health crises. Here are ten promising innovations.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 02, 2021

Flying across the sea, propelled by AI
To help Emirates Team New Zealand defend their America's Cup title, we introduced them to a new sailor: a McKinsey-built AI bot.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 01, 2021

Explore the visualization
While the education response to the COVID-19 pandemic has varied widely, teachers agree on the high cost of remote learning, especially for vulnerable students.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 01, 2021

How chemical players can win in the transition to digital platforms
Many B2B buyers prefer purchasing products using digital channels. Choosing the right operating model is critical for reaching customers across the chemical industry's fragmented markets.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 01, 2021

How private equity can catalyze diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace
Private equity has an opportunity to transform the global business community and improve returns.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 01, 2021

Teacher survey: Learning loss is global—and significant
While the education response to the COVID-19 pandemic has varied widely, teachers agree on the high cost of remote learning, especially for vulnerable students.

McKinsey Quarterly
Mar 01, 2021

Road work ahead: The emerging revolution in the road construction industry
Four technology trends could help improve road functionality, construction, and maintenance, creating opportunities for greater safety, efficiency, and economic success.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2021

The capability-building imperative: Make ‘purposeful investments' in people
To thrive in a fast-changing world, leaders must treat capability building as a strategic weapon, says McKinsey's managing partner for North America.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2021

Global gas outlook to 2050
While we saw high levels of volatility in 2020, the outlook for gas and LNG shows strong growth, resilience, and changing expectations for emissions amid widespread carbon-neutrality aspirations.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2021

Global oil supply-and-demand outlook to 2040
COVID-19 sent shocks through global oil markets, with oil demand and supply still struggling to return to pre-pandemic levels. Our outlook looks back at 2020 and presents our most-likely scenarios for oil demand, supply, and prices through 2040.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2021

Gold industry M&A: Riding the new wave buoyed by lessons from the past
While M&A trends may be poised to accelerate, gold industry players will need to keep past lessons in mind or else risk repeating previous mistakes.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2021

Capability building in 2030
Four McKinsey leaders—Jon Garcia, Liz McNally, Daniel Pacthod, and Michael Park—describe the ways in which capability building could evolve in the next decade.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2021

Cloud's trillion-dollar prize is up for grabs
Cloud has immense potential, but most companies are only scratching the surface. Recent research clarifies where the value lies—and how to capture it before competitors do.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2021

Author Talks: David Fubini on hidden truths for CEOs
In his new book, David Fubini provides a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to be a superior leader.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2021

Building and scaling one of the world's fastest-growing mobile banks
Setting a bold vision, adapting the business to respond to market feedback, and putting customer satisfaction first has enabled digital-banking start-up N26 to grow rapidly into a global bank valued at $3.5 billion.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2021

‘Look for skills, not credentials': Beth Cobert on tapping into US talent
The former US chief performance officer, now a leader at the Markle Foundation, wants to revolutionize how companies and workers approach capability building.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2021

‘Our people are our destiny': Capability building at Volvo Cars
Björn Annwall, leader of Volvo Cars in the EMEA region, believes business leaders should be deliberate and hands-on when it comes to developing their people.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2021

2021 and beyond: Preparing for the future of SG&A
Shorter planning cycles, higher cost-cutting targets, and hybrid working models are defining how organizations reimagine their sales, general, and administrative (SG&A) functions for 2021 and beyond.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 25, 2021

Clearing the air on cloud: How industrial companies can capture cloud technology's full business value
The industrial application of cloud technology is widely seen as very promising, so we went to the front lines and conducted a large-scale survey to find out what really works.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 25, 2021

Now is the time for procurement to lead value capture
With companies facing more pressure than ever to deliver savings, procurement teams can offer not only short-term relief, but also long-term rewards.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 24, 2021

Prediction: The future of CX
Designing great customer experiences is getting easier with the rise of predictive analytics.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 24, 2021

How Japan can make digital ‘big moves' to drive growth and productivity
The country could build digital talent and applications across major areas of industry and government to improve digital competitiveness.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 24, 2021

Adapting your operating model to the new normal: The next big move
Increasing uncertainty in chemicals requires companies to adopt new operating models. Four guiding principles can help players incorporate strategies that reflect the new realities of the industry.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 24, 2021

Adapting your operating model to the next normal: The next big move in chemicals
Increasing uncertainty in chemicals requires companies to adopt new operating models. Four guiding principles can help players incorporate strategies that reflect the new realities of the industry.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 24, 2021

Alternative financing in mining
Many mining companies struggle to secure financing for capital-expansion programs. Miners must pull the full range of financial levers to see a potential of some $800 billion over the next ten years.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 24, 2021

The future of behavioral health
Three vignettes illustrate how behavioral healthcare is experienced today, and what it may look like in the future when evidence-based prevention, treatment, and recovery supports are used to address whole person care.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 24, 2021

Unlocking whole person care through behavioral health
The public, private, and social sectors can all play a role in improving access and outcomes for those with behavioral health conditions.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 23, 2021

The McKinsey Crossword: Black History Memoirs | No. 12
Sharpen your problem-solving skills the McKinsey way, with our weekly crossword. Each puzzle is created with the McKinsey audience in mind, and includes a subtle (and sometimes not-so-subtle) business theme for you to find. Answers that are directionally correct may not cut it if you're looking for a quick win. Either play the interactive version, or if you like putting pen(cil) to paper, download and print when you're ready to engage. Check back each Tuesday for a new puzzle or, better yet, sign up to get an alert each week when the next challenge is ready.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 23, 2021

The board's role during crisis and beyond
Three seasoned board directors discuss the role boards are playing in guiding their companies toward recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 23, 2021

Preserving the largest and most at-risk supply of affordable housing
In the United States, naturally occurring affordable housing (NOAH) is at risk. To protect this critical asset class, stakeholders for federal, state, and local housing can all play a role.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 23, 2021

Purpose for asset owners: Climbing a taller mountain
In the wake of the pandemic, the world's long-term investors are reexamining their purpose.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 22, 2021

How wellbeing improves performance: An interview with Annastiina Hintsa
The CEO of Hintsa Performance argues that wellbeing is the foundation of sustainable high performance—not a reward for it.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 22, 2021

Investing in Black economic mobility
Racial equity and inclusive growth can drive economic mobility and a postpandemic recovery.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 22, 2021

COVID-19 Consumer Healthcare Insights: What 2021 may hold
As COVID-19 vaccination rates grow, more Americans are citing their interest in receiving a vaccine, and many cite satisfaction with process.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 22, 2021

Developer Velocity at work: Key lessons from industry digital leaders
The experiences of several high-performing software development organizations in banking and retail offer a road map to excellence.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 21, 2021

Race in the workplace: The Black experience in the US private sector
Advancing racial equity in the workplace is a system-level challenge—ranging from the structural inequities of geography to underrepresentation in industries and jobs that could create additional opportunity to the behaviors of the workplace itself.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 19, 2021

Navigating opportunity in the US personal-protective-equipment market
Divergent forces are creating tailwinds and headwinds for the personal-protective-equipment (PPE) sector, requiring makers to differentiate through innovation, sales channels, and service.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 19, 2021

America 2021: Making change happen, against the odds
To America's leaders, innovators, and changemakers: knowing how to effect change is just as important as knowing what to change.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 18, 2021

America 2021: Renewing the nation's commitment to climate action
To America's leaders, innovators, and changemakers: here's how you can help build a low-carbon economy that is resilient, competitive, prosperous, and fair.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 18, 2021

Building the internal-audit function of the future
Due to the pandemic, many organizations have prioritized short-term priorities for internal-audit functions, but now is also the time to recalibrate for potential long-term uncertainty and complexity.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 18, 2021

Breaking through the hype: The real-world benefits of 5G connectivity
5G offers a level of connectivity that could transform the shop floor. Here's how leaders use today's technologies to secure supply chains and create value, despite the challenges of deployment.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 18, 2021

Author Talks: Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini on ‘humanocracy'
Bureaucracy actually served us well in the past. But the nature of work has changed, and management needs to change too.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 18, 2021

How to turn everyday stress into ‘optimal stress'
Managed well, stress can be an ally rather than an enemy. Here's how to use it to your advantage.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 18, 2021

On pins and needles: Tracking COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics
Key stakeholders will need to continue to monitor and adapt to new data and new variants emerging across the globe to respond effectively.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 18, 2021

The future of work after COVID-19
The pandemic accelerated existing trends in remote work, e-commerce, and automation, with up to 25% more workers than previously estimated potentially needing to switch occupations.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 18, 2021

Will Asian insurers make the right choices for health insurance?
Private health insurance is a significant growth opportunity for insurers in Asia. To compete, insurers will need to reimagine their value propositions and rethink their operating models.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 17, 2021

When code is king: Mastering automotive software excellence
With software driving tomorrow's automotive innovations, R&D organizations must quickly master its intricacies.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 17, 2021

The next chapter: Driving technology leadership in the public sector
Leadership transitions are an opportune time for public-sector CIOs to accelerate technology modernization using our three-vector strategy.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 17, 2021

In conversation: The great acceleration
As trends speed up and outperformers increase their leads, companies urgently need to set a path for post-COVID-19 growth.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 17, 2021

America 2021: The opportunity to advance racial equity
To America's leaders, innovators, and changemakers: the task of building a more perfect society needs your help.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 16, 2021

America 2021: Rebuilding lives and livelihoods after COVID-19
To America's leaders, innovators, and changemakers: the post-World War II recovery offers lessons for the post-COVID-19 future.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 16, 2021

Operations can launch the next blockbuster in pharma
Pharma operations has long centered on avoiding missteps, especially in quality and compliance. But with the Fourth Industrial Revolution, operations could launch pharma's next innovation blockbuster.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 16, 2021

Getting value from advanced digital technology for industrial gas companies
With relatively little risk, industrial gas companies can optimize parts of their operations with advanced technologies.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 16, 2021

Five Fifty: Making loyalty pay
Fast-surfing consumers are trying out new brands, stores, products, and websites. Can loyalty programs keep pace?

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 16, 2021

The McKinsey Crossword: The Future of Work | No. 11
Sharpen your problem-solving skills the McKinsey way, with our weekly crossword. Each puzzle is created with the McKinsey audience in mind, and includes a subtle (and sometimes not-so-subtle) business theme for you to find. Answers that are directionally correct may not cut it if you're looking for a quick win. Either play the interactive version, or if you like putting pen(cil) to paper, download and print when you're ready to engage. Check back each Tuesday for a new puzzle or, better yet, sign up to get an alert each week when the next challenge is ready.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 15, 2021

Scaling online education: Five lessons for colleges
Before the pandemic, scaling an effective online offering was optional for higher education institutions. Now it's a necessity.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 15, 2021

America 2021: Building a bridge to normalcy
To America's leaders, innovators, and changemakers: even as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, a return to a normal existence is in sight. Getting the endgame right could save thousands of lives.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2021

Author Talks: Michelle Duster on the legacy of Ida B. Wells
In a new book, Michelle Duster celebrates the life of Ida B. Wells, a journalist, suffragist, and antilynching crusader—and Duster's great-grandmother.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2021

Countering otherness: Fostering integration within teams
Exploring our feelings of otherness can help us discover how we are the same.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2021

America 2021
After 2020 disrupted lives and livelihoods, the country is geared for a reset. In America 2021, leaders, innovators, and changemakers have an opportunity to make a telling difference. Here are the first in a yearlong series of our contributions to the discussion.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2021

‘Consumers are reconsidering what's in their closet': The state of fashion in 2021
In this interview, Tiger of Sweden CEO Linda Dauriz shares her views on design inspiration and digital innovation—and why consumers are embracing conscious consumerism.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2021

‘Consumers are reconsidering what's in their closets': The state of fashion in 2021
In this interview, Tiger of Sweden CEO Linda Dauriz shares her views on design inspiration and digital innovation—and why consumers are embracing conscious consumerism.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2021

First-time launchers in the pharmaceutical industry
Increasingly, small biopharmaceutical companies are launching their new drugs themselves rather than relying on large pharma companies to do it for them. How can they get it right the first time?

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2021

Five charts that set the tone as New York Fashion Week 2021 kicks off
As New York Fashion Week kicks off a new season of fashion weeks around the globe, these are the five themes to watch.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2021

How consumer companies are adopting agility during the COVID-19 pandemic
Under pressure during the pandemic, many consumer companies turned to agile. Here's how they accelerated adoption of agile practices across their organizations.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2021

Less is the new more: The state of fashion in 2021
In this interview, McKinsey senior partner Achim Berg discusses how consumers in 2021 want fewer things and more clarity—and why digital is the future of retail.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2021

Why every business needs a full-funnel marketing strategy
Full-funnel marketing is not just a campaign strategy; it's a total shift in how marketing works.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 11, 2021

Unlocking the full life-cycle value from connected-car data
Car data can help mobility players along the entire value chain—but they need to act now.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 11, 2021

How agile can power frontline excellence
An agile transformation can release the full potential of frontline staff, leading to more-satisfied, happier employees, lower costs, and better overall performance.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 11, 2021

Psychological safety and the critical role of leadership development
While the benefits of psychological safety are well established, a new survey suggests how leaders, by developing specific skills, can create a safer and higher-performance work environment.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 10, 2021

Renesas's Hidetoshi Shibata on leadership through difficult times
A CEO discusses past and future strategy in the evolving semiconductor sector.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 10, 2021

Ahead in the cloud: Transforming public-sector performance
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of cloud technology and analytics in delivering public-sector services. Can governments build on what they have learned?

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 10, 2021

Capital Projects 5.0: Reimagining capital-project delivery
What could your business achieve if your large capital projects were 30 to 50 percent faster and cheaper? The opportunity is more real than you think.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 10, 2021

The state of internal carbon pricing
More and more companies are experimenting with internal carbon charges—but are their pricing thresholds correct?

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 10, 2021

Running up on runoff: Strategic options for life closed books
Runoff policies often present profitability challenges for European life insurers. Those looking to create value from their closed books can learn from recent market shifts.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 09, 2021

Self-care: Meeting contraception needs in Africa
Adolescent girls and young women in Africa have high unmet needs for modern contraceptives. Concepts centered on self-care can help meet these needs.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 09, 2021

The need for resiliency
Here's how leading companies can build a business that's ready for tomorrow.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 09, 2021

The McKinsey Crossword: Change of Face | No. 10
Sharpen your problem-solving skills the McKinsey way, with our weekly crossword. Each puzzle is created with the McKinsey audience in mind, and includes a subtle (and sometimes not-so-subtle) business theme for you to find. Answers that are directionally correct may not cut it if you're looking for a quick win. Either play the interactive version, or if you like putting pen(cil) to paper, download and print when you're ready to engage. Check back each Tuesday for a new puzzle or, better yet, sign up to get an alert each week when the next challenge is ready.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 09, 2021

The committed innovator: A conversation with Neal Gutterson of Corteva
How a biotech scientist helped transform a traditional science organization into an innovation leader.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 09, 2021

The next phase of COVID-19 is a battle we can win
It is humanity versus virus, and we are on the cusp of winning, thanks to healthcare and public-sector workers and innovators.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 09, 2021

The nine traits of future-ready companies
To organize for the future, embrace nine characteristics that explain who the organization is, how it operates, and how it grows.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 09, 2021

A data-driven approach to improving net working capital
Better performance relies on greater visibility into processes and decisions. The right combination of technology, capabilities, and mindsets can make all the difference.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 09, 2021

Is the world up to the challenge of mass COVID-19 vaccination?
Amid the unforeseen effects of the pandemic on at-risk and lower-income communities, governments and organizations around the world must convene to ensure effective distribution of newly developed vaccines.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 09, 2021

Harnessing Nigeria's FinTech potential
The full potential of fintech in Nigeria remains untapped. But a youthful population, a focused regulatory drive to increase financial inclusion, and accelerating digital adoption due to COVID-19, are creating the conditions for a thriving sector. If stakeholders take quick and decisive action, they can strategically protect gains and accelerate growth in the sector, even in difficult economic times.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 08, 2021

How capital markets keep us connected
Nasdaq's 50th anniversary reminds us that markets should be more inclusive, share more information, inspire innovation, and bring the world together.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 08, 2021

Global Economics Intelligence executive summary, January 2021
The economic recovery is exceeding expectations, but the pandemic has worsened; vaccination programs and the fight against the virus will dictate further progress.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 08, 2021

Bias busters: Don't steer your strategy by the wrong star
Leaders' plans may falter if they're relying on superficial analogies to find answers to their biggest problems.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 08, 2021

Breathing new life into a struggling giant: An interview with Krakatau Steel's Silmy Karim
A strategic turnaround is helping Indonesia's largest state-owned enterprise to stem eight years of losses, transform company culture, and embrace a digital future.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 08, 2021

Taking stock: Catching up with Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman
How has the global market exchange remained relevant to its stakeholders after 50 years? By embracing changes in technology, society, and the economy and by meeting customers' needs with innovation.

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