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McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

Addressing the revolving door in risk
As the field of risk management evolves, the value proposition for employees has to evolve as well.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

African banking: The productivity opportunity
African banks can increase their productivity to enhance competitiveness, build resilience, and deliver new value to customers—even in the face of a tightening global business environment.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

Author Talks: After founding Grubhub, Mike Evans is still hungry
Grubhub cofounder Mike Evans shares how he started one of the largest food delivery companies in the world and advises budding entrepreneurs on finding success.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

Building digital platforms to enable advanced air mobility
Advanced air mobility could revolutionize passenger transportation, and the digital platforms that support it must be equally innovative.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

Capturing opportunities in an interconnected world
McKinsey Global Institute partner Jeongmin Seong tells us more about how businesses can leverage global networks and flows to capture opportunities for innovation and growth.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

Bracing for headwinds: How banks can navigate disruption
Senior partner Joydeep Sengupta discusses how banks can navigate headwinds and capture opportunities in the next 12 to 18 months.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

European machinery companies: Opportunities in recovery from crisis
McKinsey benchmark data highlight challenges for European machinery companies. A response focused on supply chains and sustainability can help.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

How companies can build institutional and individual resilience
Our Asia chairman, Gautam Kumra, discusses how companies can emerge stronger from current economic conditions through building institutional and individual resilience.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

How consumer companies can embrace change amid volatility
Senior partner Dymfke Kuijpers shares more on being a business ‘triathlete', and how consumer companies can embrace three mindsets to navigate current economic headwinds.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

Navigating volatility: Six trends businesses should look out for
Senior partner Tracy Francis identifies six moves businesses—particularly consumer companies—can make to build resilience in the face of tough economic circumstances.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

Placing a premium on resilience: How businesses can thrive through volatility
Senior partner Oliver Tonby shares four ways Asian businesses can anticipate and weather oncoming economic storms to emerge stronger

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

The future is now: Unlocking the promise of AI in industrials
Five proven use cases show how artificial intelligence is creating value for advanced industrial companies.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

The McKinsey Crossword: A One and a Two and a One and a Two and a One | No. 105
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.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 06, 2022

The state of AI in 2022—and a half decade in review
The results of this year's McKinsey Global Survey on AI show the expansion of the technology's use since we began tracking it five years ago, but with a nuanced picture underneath.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 05, 2022

What is blockchain?
Blockchain is a secure database shared across a network of participants, where up-to-date information is available to all participants at the same time.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 05, 2022

Meet the newest member of the consumer C-suite: The chief transformation officer
More consumer companies are turning to chief transformation officers, but the role is often ill-defined. Here's how organizations can empower this crucial position to drive holistic change.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 05, 2022

Nature in the balance: What companies can do to restore natural capital
Specific corporate actions, many with a positive return on investment, could help reverse the trend of the depletion of natural capital.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 05, 2022

Survey: Growth for top performers among mid-cap consumer companies
Top performers among mid-cap consumer companies in Europe grow by outperforming in the core, moving into attractive adjacencies, and by very selectively launching new businesses.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 05, 2022

Destination zero: An action plan for shipping CEOs
The transition to zero carbon can be a value-generating opportunity for shipping companies—if they are proactive and purposeful, rather than reactive and defensive.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 05, 2022

Could supply-chain issues derail the energy transition?
Electric-vehicle penetration is the biggest driver of oil demand declines in the energy transition. However, emerging supply bottlenecks for key battery materials could be an unexpected barrier.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 02, 2022

Author Talks: Rules of power from Jeffrey Pfeffer to help you get your way
Stanford professor Jeffrey Pfeffer shares advice for gaining power through resources, reputation, and relationships.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 02, 2022

How personalization at scale can invigorate Asian insurers
The surge in digital consumer interactions is making possible a new era of gathering, analyzing, and responding to individual customer data strategically and with precision.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 02, 2022

Getting digital transformation right in resource-heavy industries
Eight core principles can help companies in the energy, oil and gas, basic materials, and utilities sectors achieve successful digital transformations.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 02, 2022

Hitting the mark: Why markdowns matter more than ever
Many US retailers are reducing prices to clear excess inventory. Smart markdown strategies will make a huge difference to their bottom lines.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 01, 2022

How to transform your shipping company
After a few boom years, the global shipping industry faces a potential downcycle—but increased digitization can help companies prepare for volatility.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 01, 2022

Procurement in Africa: Exercising a muscle for challenging times
Amid rising costs and increasing demand for raw materials, African companies may need to pull every available lever to maximize procurement efficiency.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 01, 2022

Creating an inclusive environment in insurance
As one of the most diverse sectors for entry-level workers, the insurance industry has a unique opportunity to help marginalized people advance. It starts with creating an inclusive environment.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 01, 2022

Charting the global energy landscape to 2050: Emissions
At the end of COP27, concerns are growing that a 1.5º Pathway is getting out of sight. Our latest Global Energy Perspective offers important insight on how temperature increases vary across scenarios.

McKinsey Quarterly
Dec 01, 2022

Five lessons from AI on closing quantum's talent gap—before it's too late
To ensure organizations have access to the quantum computing talent they need when they need it, leaders will have to upskill workers and create pathways for new talent, just as they did for AI.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 30, 2022

Cloud adoption on the rise in Asia: Talent is key to success
Cloud adoption in Asia is rapidly increasing. What's driving this move, what opportunities does the cloud offer, and how do businesses achieve successful transformation?

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 30, 2022

Author Talks: Hospitality lessons from a Michelin-star restaurateur
Eleven Madison Park cofounder Will Guidara explains why a hospitality economy is on the horizon and shares the "unreasonable" strategies that he has used to lead restaurants to the top of their game.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 30, 2022

Asia's healthcare future revolves around patient-centric ecosystems
The increasing use of digital healthcare will soon be driven through evolving consumer-centric digital ecosystems. But what does an emerging ecosystem within and across Asia look like?

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 30, 2022

How will automation affect economies around the world? Nischay RSS Test
All countries will feel the impact of automation, but at different speeds and in different ways. In this podcast, McKinsey Global Institute looks at its likely impact in China, Europe, and India.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 30, 2022

Forward Thinking on the meeting point of science and humanity with Jayshree Seth
Persuaded by her parents to study science and engineering, Jayshree Seth retained her humanities mindset while becoming the first chief science advocate at the 3M company.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 29, 2022

Power up: How Southeast Asia's largest bank is becoming AI-fueled
DBS's chief analytics officer explains how MLOps and other efforts are enabling the organization to crack the code on scaling AI.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 29, 2022

Building a winning AI neobank
Firms launching a neobank can increase their odds of success in today's uncertain environment by targeting specific characteristics and capabilities in their strategy and execution plans.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 29, 2022

Electric vehicles are here and large-scale adoption is … near?
You might expect electric vehicles to be more popular, with gas prices and sustainability concerns so high. But barriers to widespread adoption remain. Here's what companies must do to topple them.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 29, 2022

What P&C insurers can do as claims inflation pressures results in Europe
Claims executives can use a structured approach that includes transparent tracking, tactics, and strategic actions to tackle claims inflation in the short term and in the future.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 29, 2022

Why policy enablement is critical in Asia's quest for net zero
How do governments across the region ensure that local industries are part of the solution?

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 29, 2022

The McKinsey Crossword: Self-Possessed | No. 104
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.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 29, 2022

One way to help solve net-zero challenges: Working together as an ecosystem
It is vital to manage three areas when negotiating the rocky 1.5° pathway: clear policies, risks to private capital, and tradeoffs.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 28, 2022

The Committed Innovator: What has made Israel an innovation hub?
Two leaders within the world's third-largest start-up ecosystem discuss how the tiny Middle Eastern country grows and supports a culture of innovation.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 28, 2022

The link between climate and national security
Former Netherlands chief of defense Tom Middendorp, the "climate general," discusses efforts to decarbonize defense forces and the security risks that could be heightened by climate change.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 28, 2022

What is net zero?
Net zero is an ideal state where the amount of greenhouse gases (GHGs) released into the earth's atmosphere is balanced by the amount of GHGs removed. Decarbonization efforts are needed to reach net zero.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 28, 2022

Asia's net-zero transformation: The vital role that banks can play
Different types of financing are required for banks' stakeholders and clients, particularly in Asia where countries are so diverse.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 28, 2022

New York Metro Area Workforce: Challenges and opportunities for growth
Historically a talent magnet, the New York City region faces a shrinking workforce and a growing mismatch between jobs and skillsets. But interventions could help rebuild its labor force and boost inclusiveness.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 28, 2022

Projecting the global value of cloud: $3 trillion is up for grabs for companies that go beyond adoption
New research reveals where value in the cloud lies—and details scenarios that highlight that cloud adoption alone isn't enough.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 28, 2022

Tailoring innovative financial solutions for the transition to net zero
Financial institutions in Asia need to work closely with government and regulators to establish policies, standards, and incentives to achieve net-zero goals.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 28, 2022

How will the space economy change the world?
Space is no longer the sole domain of governments and aerospace and defense companies. Businesses that pursue emerging opportunities now may gain a first-mover advantage.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 24, 2022

Managing financed emissions: How banks can support the net-zero transition
Banks finance carbon-emitting businesses, and they finance decarbonization of the economy, as well. How effectively they address financed emissions can make all the difference.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 23, 2022

Sustainable and inclusive growth: A weekly briefing
Zero-emissions trucking is on the horizon—what's the road map for getting there? Our weekly digest of McKinsey insights explores that topic and more.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 23, 2022

Author Talks: An investor's guide to the net-zero transition
Investor and Columbia Business School professor Bruce Usher explains the investment opportunities that will arise as demand for climate solutions propels business into a new era of sustainability.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 23, 2022

Batteries included: Building and operating sustainable gigafactories
As the demand for electric vehicles grows, so does the demand for the batteries to power them. Meeting that demand will require more gigafactories to be built at speed and scale.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 23, 2022

The clean hydrogen opportunity for hydrocarbon-rich countries
Hydrogen could play an important role in helping hard-to-abate sectors meet climate targets. Countries with hydrocarbon resources and industry expertise can help build and scale the needed technology.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 23, 2022

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McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 22, 2022

What is exascale computing?
Exascale is the next milestone in computing. It's a higher level of computer performance that will have unprecedented impact on society and the economy.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 22, 2022

Unlocking the potential of public-service digitization
Legislation governing public services can affect the potential for digitization. Digital-compatibility checks leveraging "rules as code" could help.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 22, 2022

The McKinsey Crossword: Cued Up | No. 103
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.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 22, 2022

Why intangibles are the key to faster growth in Europe
Globally, high-growth companies invest more in intangibles, such as brand, skills, and knowledge. European companies could fuel greater growth with the same strategy.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 22, 2022

Author Talks: PepsiCo's Mauro Porcini talks meaningful design and mentorship
PepsiCo chief design officer Mauro Porcini explains how designers and nondesigners alike can push the boundaries of innovation every time they create.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 22, 2022

Five big technology transformation ideas for oil and gas CEOs
Only 30 percent of oil and gas companies have successfully scaled digital manufacturing. But a few digital transformation ideas can help oil and gas CEOs achieve real impact on production KPIs.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 22, 2022

Shaping the future of Thai banking: Reinventing purpose to ignite growth
With new opportunities on the horizon, the Thai banking industry could ignite new growth and invigorate its profitability by redefining its meaning and purpose, reinventing its traditional role, and making bold and innovative operational changes.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 22, 2022

In the boardroom with Alison Watkins: CEOs, boards, and leading through crisis
Alison Watkins, who is a board member of CSL, the Reserve Bank of Australia, and Wesfarmers, believes that there is growing alignment—and a healthier balance—between CEOs and board members.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 21, 2022

Even in the metaverse, women remain locked out of leadership roles
Five early indicators on women in the metaverse reveal gender inequality—especially in the leadership creating and setting metaverse standards.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 21, 2022

Facilitating sustainable finance: An interview with Rachel Teo
Developing countries will need assistance to fund their transition to a low-carbon economy—but this comes with enormous opportunities and the potential for innovation in areas such as blended finance.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 21, 2022

Accelerating data and analytics maturity in the US public sector
US public-sector agencies that have quickly and effectively advanced data and analytics capabilities offer lessons on how to embed data-driven decision making at all levels of government.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 21, 2022

What matters: How to scale advanced analytics in corporate functions
Organizations are starting to embrace advanced analytics as a core pillar of innovation within their general and administrative functions.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 21, 2022

The Titanium Economy: Emerging stronger in the face of disruption
American industrial technology companies offer lessons on building resilience and adopting a through-cycle mindset in times of economic uncertainty.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 21, 2022

The CFO's new work frontiers
Finance leaders in Brazil are increasingly becoming the CEO's right-hand person, but they need to be more engaged in ESG and demonstrate the value creation of digital

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 18, 2022

The digital revolution is brewing in the industrials sector
In the coming years, winning companies will prioritize digital to build business resilience through customer-centric innovation, talent acquisition and retention, and operational excellence.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 18, 2022

Unlocking the potential of chief diversity officers
Demand has boomed for heads of diversity in the United States—but so has turnover. Here's how companies can reshape a role vital to navigating today's turbulent social and economic climate.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 18, 2022

Author Talks: How to eradicate roadblocks to equity
A workplace free of racism and sexism can start with a better understanding of the historical relationship between Black and White women, says Dr. Tina Opie.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 18, 2022

(Extremely) out of office: Let nature boost your team's creativity and performance
Studies show that time spent in nature has a positive effect on attention span and well-being. Companies that harness its power can create a resilient and productive workforce for the long term.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 18, 2022

Making crops more resilient to drought risk
Up to 14 percent of rain-fed cropland has suffered from moderate to extreme levels of drought in 2022. Here's what organizations can do to build resilience.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 18, 2022

Great service—but who's paying?
Consumer goods players are meeting rising service expectations, but they must do more to recover the costs involved.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 17, 2022

Making everyday products greener
Transition to greener products may be challenging, but it's feasible. However, achieving scale will be a significant hurdle in a world where demand for green materials will soon outstrip supply if targets and commitments are taken seriously.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 17, 2022

Starting strong: Making your CEO transition a catalyst for renewal
The best CEOs use the first six to 12 months of their tenure as a moment of great personal transition and institutional renewal. There are four keys to success.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 17, 2022

Preparing the world for zero-emission trucks
The mainstay vehicles of commercial road transport will soon benefit from cost-effective, zero-emission horsepower.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 17, 2022

Democratizing alternative asset investing: A conversation with ADDX's Oi-Yee Choo
The CEO of a Singapore fintech explains how her start-up's cutting-edge technology is opening the door for the mass affluent to invest in securities once available only to the ultrawealthy.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 17, 2022

The snap back of travel: Airlines' ability to keep pace
Summer travel in 2022 was filled with crowded airports, delayed flights, and unhappy customers—but airlines can turn the situation around and build greater capacity for the future.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 17, 2022

The Garden State in bloom: Cultivating New Jersey's workforce of tomorrow


McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 17, 2022

What matters most? Six priorities for CEOs in turbulent times
With economic troubles mounting, it's a time to tighten belts and put on hard hats. But don't forget the jet pack, to accelerate into the next phase of growth.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

Vineeta Agarwala on the promise—and limits—of AI in drug discovery
By helping us learn from every single patient and every piece of data, AI could enable medical breakthroughs, says Andreessen Horowitz general partner Vineeta Agarwala.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

Digital twins: Flying high, flexing fast
Digital design and product development can provide new ways to solve complex problems. Getting implementation right means thoughtfully translating big ideas into boots on the ground.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

Forward Thinking on the fragility of the world's food systems and how to fix them with Jessica Fanzo
Many people think that hunger and climate change happen to poor people in faraway countries and won't affect them, says a leading food systems expert. "But that is a naïve perception of the world."

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

‘It will be a paradigm shift': Daphne Koller on machine learning in drug discovery
We're entering a "new era of science"—we finally have enough data and technology to truly enable better drugs for patients, says insitro CEO Daphne Koller.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

‘We can invent new biology': Molly Gibson on the power of AI
The cofounder of Generate Biomedicines, a pioneering new drug development platform, describes how AI and machine learning are transforming the way we discover new medicines.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

A different space race: Raising capital and accelerating growth
As innovation accelerates within the space sector, companies may benefit by taking a disruptor's mindset to accessing and deploying capital.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

How North American natural gas could alleviate the global energy crisis
North America has the potential to provide affordable natural gas that could address energy security and help decarbonization—here's what it will take to do so.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

Integrated profit management during inflation: Lessons for aerospace and defense
In the second article in our series about the inflation challenges within the defense industry, we discuss how a cross-functional outlook can help companies develop the most effective strategies for managing inflation.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

How AI can accelerate R&D for cell and gene therapies
Cell and gene therapies show significant promise but need substantial innovation to unlock full potential for patients. Scaling digital and analytics in discovery and R&D is part of the solution.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

How AI could revolutionize drug discovery
Artificial intelligence could help scientists develop better medicines faster—and thus improve millions of people's lives. But for that to happen, companies will need to change the way they work.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

Global Insurance Report 2023: Reimagining life insurance
The global life insurance industry is facing an inflection point. A fundamental reimagination will usher in significant change.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 16, 2022

Governments can deliver exceptional customer experiences—here's how
Our US State of the States benchmark provides insights for newly elected and second-term administrations on how to deliver better services, operate more effectively, and win back public trust.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 15, 2022

Global flows: The ties that bind in an interconnected world
Economic and political turbulence have prompted speculation that the world is already deglobalizing. But the evidence suggests that global integration is here to stay, albeit with nuance.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 15, 2022

Memo to public company CFOs: Private equity can show you how it's done
CFOs of public companies can draw enormous insight from PE's focused, proactive approach to value creation—but they have to take the initiative themselves. Here are five lessons to get started.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 15, 2022

Taking a skills-based approach to building the future workforce
Our work with the Rework America Alliance highlights how a skills-based approach can help US employers expand talent pools and retain great workers—even through economic uncertainty.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 15, 2022

US health systems: Diversify to thrive
US health systems are diversifying their businesses to unlock growth and support core hospital operations, carefully choosing investment areas and structures in line with their objectives.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 15, 2022

The McKinsey Crossword: Animal Alliteration | No. 102
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.

McKinsey Quarterly
Nov 15, 2022

Thinking like a ‘ServCo': How telcos can drive B2C growth
Even without legal or structural separation, telcos can accelerate the transformation of their B2C business units by adopting the mindset of a service company ("ServCo").

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