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McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 27, 2020

A new management science for technology delivery
Data and analytics can drive continuous improvement, enable better-informed resourcing decisions, and provide insight into supply and demand factors affecting technology investments.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 27, 2020

Enhancing the tech backbone
By making the right investments in this foundational asset, industrial companies will be better positioned to take advantage of next-generation, data-driven tech solutions.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 27, 2020

How the economy differs for workers, consumers, and savers
It is important for policy makers and business leaders to look beyond the positive aggregate economic data to what is really happening in people's lives, write James Manyika and Michael Spence in Harvard Business Review.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 27, 2020

The leerKRACHT foundation: Continuous improvement in Dutch education
Jaap Versfelt, former senior partner at McKinsey and founder of the leerKRACHT foundation, explains how he's creating a culture of continuous improvement in schools across the Netherlands.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2020

The case for committing to greener telecom networks
Operators' energy costs keep rising, but efficiency measures and organizational change can lower them by 15 to 20 percent in a year, benefiting company profits and the environment.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 26, 2020

Clean up in every aisle
Here's how regional grocers are staying competitive with 21st-century approaches to improving margins.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 25, 2020

Duals demystified: Actions to drive quality, outcomes, and value for the dual eligible population
State and federal stakeholders are sharpening their focus on the dual eligible population. What will it take to improve quality, outcomes, and value for this population?

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 25, 2020

McKinsey 2020 Global Consumer Sentiment Survey: A tale of two segments
The findings of our latest consumer survey suggest that although life is good for many, the middle class may be struggling.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 25, 2020

Next-level sales talent: HR's message to the CEO
How the right data-driven approach can bolster sales-force performance—and help HR draw a direct line from talent to revenues in conversations with the CEO.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 25, 2020

Reviving the center aisle: An interview with Kellogg's chief growth officer
From Monica McGurk's perspective, innovation is alive and well in packaged food—and Kellogg's best days are still ahead.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 25, 2020

The case for accelerating financial inclusion in black communities
A lack of financial inclusion for black Americans exists at every level of the financial system. Understanding the sources of exclusion is the first step to fixing the system.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 25, 2020

The productivity imperative in services: Introduction
The key to preserving—or increasing—margins in a period of strong growth is to improve productivity.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 24, 2020

Winning the race for talent: A road map for the automotive industry
A new survey provides insight about attracting and retaining top talent in the automotive industry.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 24, 2020

Five Fifty: The changeable organization
What does it take to transform corporate organizations? New research reveals the variables that matter most.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 21, 2020

Insights into the 2020 individual market—increased consumer choice and decreased premiums
This analysis reflects carrier participation, pricing, and plan type trends for the 2020 individual exchange open enrollment period. Findings are across 50 states and DC.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 21, 2020

Model risk management: The latest insights into the evolution of model governance practices across North America, Europe, and Asia
Look closer at model risk management since SR11-7 and understand the main themes shaping the MRM space.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 21, 2020

Managing the fallout from technology transformations
Companies may be postponing further evolution of their technology organizations, a survey finds. Yet they should take heart: investing in these changes will likely pay off—and may be nothing short of essential to their competitiveness in the future.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 21, 2020

A 2040 vision for the US power industry: Evaluating two decarbonization scenarios
To get a sense of how far and how fast the United States is likely to reduce power-sector emissions, watch PJM, the country's largest system.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 21, 2020

The 5G era: New horizons for advanced-electronics and industrial companies
New strategies can help companies profit from 5G over the short and long term. Here's how.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 20, 2020

The importance of talent and culture in tech-enabled transformations
The right combination of talent and culture can help industrial companies set up effective technology functions.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 20, 2020

Understanding the impact of unmet social needs on consumer health and healthcare
Income, employment, education, food security, housing, transportation, safety, and social support are all factors that affect health and well-being.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 20, 2020

Connected world: An evolution in connectivity beyond the 5G revolution
Connectivity is undergoing evolutionary change in most parts of the world—and, in select areas, a genuine leap into the frontier.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 20, 2020

How CFOs should drive digital transformations
The chief financial officer is uniquely positioned to ensure a company moves boldly toward a shared digital goal.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 19, 2020

Getting the measure of corporate Asia
Over the past decade, Asia received half of all new investment in the global economy. Despite pockets of excellence, Asian companies have struggled to deliver strong returns on this influx of capital.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 19, 2020

McKinsey's Private Markets Annual Review
Updated annually, our Private Markets Review offers the best of our research and insight into private equity, private real estate, and other private markets. Explore the findings from our most recent report and scroll for past years' reports.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 19, 2020

Are you asking enough from your design leaders?
A new breed of leaders can help companies unleash the business value of design.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 18, 2020

Firing on all cylinders in North American commercial banking
Faced with a recent slowdown in growth, North American commercial banks can focus on six "engines" to fuel longer-term profitability through the cycle.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 18, 2020

Have you made it safe to fail?
Learning and failing go hand in hand, but unless people feel safe, they won't take chances.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 17, 2020

Automation and adaptability: How Malaysia can navigate the future of work
Amid an age of automation, Malaysia's jobs outlook is ultimately promising. But the future of work will also create new needs for skills and long-term learning in nearly every part of the workforce.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 17, 2020

The people-first approach to business building
To attract top talent in today's market, companies need to upgrade their recruiting skills—and their culture.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 14, 2020

Deutsche Börse unlocks the benefits of moving to the cloud
Businesses that approach their cloud migration from purely a cost angle are missing its full value. Deutsche Börse's experience suggests the first question to consider is, "Which business benefits can be unlocked?"

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 14, 2020

Digital disruption at the grocery store
Five trends are shaping the transformation of the US grocery industry. Understanding them is key for grocers to achieve profitable growth in this new competitive environment.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 14, 2020

Digital therapeutics and pharma: A blueprint for success from Sanofi's Bozidar Jovicevic
Sanofi's global head of digital therapeutics talks about the benefits of digital therapeutics in improving health outcomes in patients.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 14, 2020

Insights on mental health from a 2019 McKinsey Consumer survey
McKinsey conducted a national survey to understand the impact of unmet social needs on consumer health outcomes, utilization, and preferences. Given the link between unmet social needs and lower socioeconomic status, respondents for this survey included adult Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries as well as low-income adults who were uninsured or who had purchased insurance through the individual market.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 14, 2020

Innovation at scale: A discussion with Beth Comstock
How tolerance for risk, patience, and thinking small (where funding is concerned) can lead to breakthrough innovation.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 13, 2020

Advancing economies' missing link
There are also at least three critical issues that are adversely affecting hundreds of millions of people across 22 OECD countries, which may help to explain the mismatch between aggregate economic data and individual experience, write Sven Smit and Anu Madgavkar in Project Syndicate.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 13, 2020

Shattering the glass screen
Research suggests women remain locked out of top roles in media and entertainment. A more diverse cast is required.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2020

The ESG premium: New perspectives on value and performance
In a new survey, executives and investment professionals largely agree that environmental, social, and governance programs create short- and long-term value—though perceptions of how have changed over the past decade.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 12, 2020

Beyond hiring: How companies are reskilling to address talent gaps
As potential skill shortages loom, a new survey finds that many companies are using multiple tactics to close gaps and that reskilling efforts are paying off.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 11, 2020

Capturing cross-selling synergies in M&A
Cross-selling is a leading source of post-transactioning revenue synergies, requiring deep commitment and understanding of the opportunity and how to execute on it.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 11, 2020

How transformation offices help tech-enabled transformations succeed
Effective transformation offices can help organizations combine technical know-how with "soft" capabilities.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 11, 2020

How Asia is reinventing banking for the digital age
The West has led the world's banking industry in growth and innovation, but now Asia is tilting the scales. As the pace of growth slows, Asia's banks must reinvent themselves to survive.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 11, 2020

The future of banking in ASEAN
Tengku Zafrul Aziz, group chief executive officer and executive director of CIMB Group Holdings, discusses the challenges to traditional banking in Southeast Asia and how banks can adapt.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 10, 2020

The future of air travel
Airlines and passengers alike are flying into a world of flygskam and flying taxis.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 10, 2020

The end of shopping's boundaries: Omnichannel personalization
Personalization across physical and digital channels is the next big marketing opportunity. The secret is figuring out how they best work together.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 10, 2020

Mastering automotive software-launch excellence
Automotive players can crack the code on superior launch performance by reducing complexity and increasing robustness in embedded software development.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 07, 2020

Data and culture as stepping stones for Digital@Scale
Pharma and medtech companies around the world have been building up their in-house capabilities in digital and advanced analytics, but five challenges to implementing a digital strategy persist.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 07, 2020

A government blueprint to adapt the ecosystem to the future of work
Digital and artificial intelligence technologies will likely have a substantial economic and social impact. Governments can act now to create shared prosperity and better lives for all citizens.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 07, 2020

Achieving M&A success by letting start-up acquisitions be themselves
Acquiring a start-up is only the beginning. Successful integration takes time, a shared vision, and a strategy to get there.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 06, 2020

A game plan for quantum computing
Thanks to technology advances, some companies may reap real gains from quantum computing within five years. What should you do to prepare for this next big wave in computers?

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 06, 2020

Big, bigger, biggest data: CTO Peter Løngreen on Denmark's national genome project
All for one, and one for all: Denmark's new technological and institutional infrastructure allows for genome sequencing at scale, opening doors for clinicians and researchers. Here's a look at a nation's journey to precision medicine.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 06, 2020

Seven Healthcare Industry Trends to Watch in 2020
What issues will matter for the healthcare industry in the United States through the year and into the 2020s?

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 06, 2020

Improving warehouse operations—digitally
A digital twin lets companies design, simulate, and test new warehouse operations and product movements virtually, before starting up new sites or making changes within existing sites.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 06, 2020

The winning moves in project-based services
It's time for companies to stop regarding project-based services as loss leaders.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 05, 2020

The social contract in the 21st century
Economic outcomes and the relationship between individuals and institutions have shifted for workers, consumers, and savers in advanced economies.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 05, 2020

The end of IT in retail?
Retailers who want to stay ahead of the pack and drive business results through technology innovation are rethinking the setup of their IT departments.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 05, 2020

Inside a mining company's AI transformation
How copper-mining giant Freeport-McMoRan unlocked next-level performance with help from McKinsey data scientists and agile coaches.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 05, 2020

How generative design could reshape the future of product development
Smart algorithms won't just lead to better products—they could redefine how product development is done.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 05, 2020

ACES 2019 survey: Can established auto manufacturers meet customer expectations for ACES?
Consumers believe that established automakers are well positioned to capitalize on ACES trends. Will they reach their full potential in a challenging market?

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 04, 2020

Resilience in transport and logistics
The transportation-and-logistics sector is especially susceptible to economic shocks. Here's how to prepare your operations for a smoother ride.

McKinsey Quarterly
Feb 03, 2020

Five Fifty: Soft skills for a hard world
As workers interact with ever-smarter machines, the demand for soft skills is beginning to surge.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 31, 2020

Same-day delivery: Ready for takeoff
Now that customers expect faster delivery times, incumbent omnichannel retailers should leverage their store networks and change gears in areas such as fulfillment processes and IT systems.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 31, 2020

Industrial "lighthouses" for tech-enabled transformations
For industrial companies, "lighthouse" sites that incorporate all applicable tech solutions can help organizations transition from trials to sustainable change.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 31, 2020

How to ensure artificial intelligence benefits society: A conversation with Stuart Russell and James Manyika
Leading artificial-intelligence researcher Stuart Russell shares in a conversation with James Manyika why a new approach for AI is necessary.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 31, 2020

Ten principles for successful oil and gas operator transitions
Incoming operators face several challenges when taking over an asset, including managing the transition, improving performance, and capturing value. Ten principles can guide the way.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 30, 2020

The drive toward sustainability in packaging—beyond the quick wins
Can system-level approaches, including collaboration along the value chain, make our approach to packaging more sustainable?

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 30, 2020

The technology imperative for life sciences
Digital disruption has reached the healthcare sector, and with it comes an imperative for life-science companies to retool core technology to remain competitive. Here are ten guidelines for success.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 30, 2020

Getting practical about the future of work
Adapting to a digital age will require organizations—and not just employees—to equip themselves with new capabilities.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 30, 2020

Outsmarting the 5G smartphone challenge: How telcos can reinvent their handset business
With device-related expenses already straining margins, the 5G upgrade cycle could prove even tougher for operators—unless they take a comprehensive, new approach to managing consumer hardware costs.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 30, 2020

Achieving optimal yields and efficiency in European meat processing
Companies that have aggressively pursued automation have cut costs and waste, all while improving beef and pork quality.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 29, 2020

Enhanced cyberrisk reporting: Opening doors to risk-based cybersecurity
New cyberrisk management information systems provide executives with the risk transparency they need to transform organizational cyberresilience.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 28, 2020

Climate risk and decarbonization: What every mining CEO needs to know
Building a climate strategy won't be quick or easy—but waiting is not an option.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 28, 2020

‘Test and listen': Microsoft's Jim Weinstein on healthcare tech
In this podcast excerpt, Microsoft Healthcare's head of innovation shares his thoughts on what technology can and can't do in the healthcare space.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 28, 2020

Bending the cost curve in brick-and-mortar retail
Retailers can achieve next-generation store efficiency by breaking down silos and optimizing total cost across the value chain.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 28, 2020

Providing care in nonhospital settings
The CEO of a regional health network foresees more care being delivered outside the hospital—for example, in clinics and in patients' homes.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 28, 2020

Hospital care in 2030
In this video, three McKinsey partners describe how hospital visits and hospital stays might change in the next decade.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 28, 2020

Understanding the leader's ‘identity mindtrap': Personal growth for the C-suite
If you're shackled to who you are now, you can't recognize—or reach for—who you might become next.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 28, 2020

Supply chain risk management is back
The world is getting riskier—and the most advanced supply-chain leaders are getting smarter about risk. Is your supply chain risk-ready?

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 27, 2020

The CIO challenge: Modern business needs a new kind of tech leader
As technology becomes increasingly important, an organization's success depends on whether the CIO can move from being a functional to a strategic business leader.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 27, 2020

The road ahead for e-mobility
How can automakers captivate consumers and achieve mass-market electric-vehicle adoption?

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 24, 2020

Picking winning strategies to improve healthcare productivity: An interview with Dr. Jim Weinstein
Dr. Jim Weinstein, the senior vice president for Microsoft Healthcare, discusses his perspectives on how to create a sustainable health system and how technology can help healthcare stakeholders improve productivity.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 24, 2020

Picking winning strategies to improve healthcare productivity: An interview with Jim Weinstein
Jim Weinstein, the senior vice president for Microsoft Healthcare, discusses his perspectives on how to create a sustainable health system and how technology can help healthcare stakeholders improve productivity.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 23, 2020

Rethinking European automotive competitiveness: The R&D CEE opportunity
Western European auto companies could look toward Central and Eastern Europe as a strategic solution to their current challenges in their R&D functions—and to ensure their competitiveness.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 23, 2020

How ALJ—a ‘75-year-old start-up'—leads with purpose
What do Rivian electric vehicles, renewables innovation, empirical philanthropy, and a Nobel Prize have in common? A Saudi Arabian company called ALJ—and a family's sense of purpose, say its leaders.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 23, 2020

Is the consumer-goods industry ready for the new world of work?
The skills that made consumer-goods companies successful in the past won't be good enough for the future. Companies need to start preparing for skill shifts now.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 23, 2020

The M&A wave in chemicals: Bigger, faster, and more specialized
Long-term trends make M&A in the chemicals sector both a vehicle for growth and a play for safety.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 22, 2020

Why does prosperous King County have a homelessness crisis?
A careful analysis reveals a primary driver of homelessness in Seattle and King County and a costly, multifaceted solution to the problem.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 22, 2020

On the cusp of change: North American wealth management in 2030
The North American wealth-management industry will undergo meaningful changes in the next ten years, influenced by evolving customer segments and rules of engagement, rapid technological advances, and shifting competitive dynamics.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 22, 2020

Can telcos create more value by breaking up?
Once primarily a regulators' tool, structural separation is beginning to attract growing interest from operators facing financial and market pressures.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 22, 2020

Artificial intelligence helps cut emissions and costs in cement plants
AI can help optimize energy consumption and throughput of cement kilns and mills by improving equipment productivity in view of rising environmental concerns and CO2 costs.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 22, 2020

Climate change hazards intensifying
Increasing effects of climate change call for better systematic risk management, more adaptation and accelerated decarbonization, writes Jonathan Woetzel in China Daily.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 19, 2020

Corporate Asia: A capital paradox
Asian corporations now account for 43 percent of the world's largest 5,000 companies, contributing $19 trillion in revenue to the world economy every year. But has this growth come at a cost?

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 17, 2020

Collaborative contracting: Moving from pilot to scale-up
Despite the early successes of collaborative-contract adopters, the industry remains hesitant. Five steps can help project owners better envision the transition toward more collaborative approaches.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 17, 2020

Digital supply-chain transformation with a human face
Why building a digitally enabled supply chain is hard, and what to do about it.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 17, 2020

Gold in an era of drones, deep mines, and dedollarization
While gold does not tarnish or decay, the industry that mines, refines, and fashions the yellow metal is far less stable.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 16, 2020

Climate risk and response: Physical hazards and socioeconomic impacts
How could Earth's changing climate impact socioeconomic systems across the world in the next three decades? A yearlong, cross-disciplinary research effort at McKinsey & Company provides some answers.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 16, 2020

The case for an end-to-end automotive-software platform
Software is transforming car capabilities but also creating development challenges for automotive players. An end-to-end approach that integrates independent software elements into a comprehensive platform can improve functionality and decrease complexity.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 15, 2020

Supply chain of the future: Key principles in building an omnichannel distribution network
As omnichannel shopping is becoming the new norm, consumer and retail companies must be ready to deliver fast, impeccable omnichannel service. Doing so requires a new supply chain network approach.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 15, 2020

The rise of the next-generation launch room
Leading pharma companies are using their launch rooms not just to prepare for product launches, but as labs to experiment with design thinking, agile approaches, and advanced analytics.

McKinsey Quarterly
Jan 15, 2020

3 ways we can help women join the age of automation
The public, private and third sectors need to work together to support women to make the transitions they need to thrive in the automation age, write Anu Madgavkar, Vivian Hunt, and Lareina Yee in World Economic Forum.

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