Small business has long been held as a key driver of the global economy, but these businesses often don’t have access to large multinational #companies who could use their services. Hoping to change that paradigm, is Globality, a startup founded by Joel Hyatt, the former head of growth and innovation at the consulting firm, McKinsey, which has just raised $35 million in new financing.… Read More read #more...

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A case #interview with McKinsey is an exciting, but daunting, prospect. After all, it means you'll be solving business problems in real time with an accomplished consultant from the same firm that launched the careers of Sheryl Sandberg (COO of Facebook), Sundar Pichai (CEO of Google) and James McNerney (CEO of Boeing).  Given the challenge, it's no doubt that candidates spend countless hours honing their analytical skills in advance of their case read more...

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B2B Platform Globality Raises $35 Million and Expands into Consulting ServicesDigital JournalGlobality also unveiled Yuval Atsmon, a former Senior Partner and global leader of Growth and Innovation at McKinsey, as the head of the new #consulting vertical, which adds a sector to Globality's #platform that already serves marketing, legal, energy, ...and read more...

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CNETBias, not #behavior, #holding #women backCNETIn a report published Monday in the Harvard Business Review, data analysts from McKinsey & Co. and workplace analytics company Humanyze said they decided to test the argument that women just behave differently than men. To do that, they issued 100 ...and read more...

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Consultancy.ukBrexit #department #picks McKinsey read more...

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Wall Street JournalIn Growing Saudi Business, McKinsey Hired Officials' ChildrenWall Street JournalRIYADH, Saudi Arabia?McKinsey & Co. has been paid millions of dollars in recent years advising Saudi Arabia's government on an ambitious economic transformation. Over the same period, the global consultancy has #hired at least eight relatives read more...

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"Business writing takes many forms." writes Helen Barrett of the Financial Times, "Reportage is rarely one of them." Rare, perhaps, but not never. The Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award was announced earlier this week in New York City, and it went to Amy Goldstein's excellent book of reportage, Janesville: An American Story. Beside the prestige, the #award comes with a £30,000 prize. Each of the five runners-up received a cheque for £10,000. Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times and chair of the panel of judges, said of the read more...

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"Business writing takes many forms." writes Helen Barrett of the Financial Times, "Reportage is rarely one of them." Rare, perhaps, but not never. The Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award was announced earlier this week in New York City, and it went to Amy Goldstein's excellent book of reportage, Janesville: An American Story. Beside the prestige, the #award comes with a £30,000 prize. Each of the five runners-up received a cheque for £10,000. Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times and chair of the panel of judges, said of the read more...

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"Business writing takes many forms." writes Helen Barrett of the Financial Times, "Reportage is rarely one of them." Rare, perhaps, but not never. The Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award was announced earlier this week in New York City, and it went to Amy Goldstein's excellent book of reportage, Janesville: An American Story. Beside the prestige, the #award comes with a £30,000 prize. Each of the five runners-up received a cheque for £10,000. Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times and chair of the panel of judges, said of the read more...

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"Business writing takes many forms." writes Helen Barrett of the Financial Times, "Reportage is rarely one of them." Rare, perhaps, but not never. The Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award was announced earlier this week in New York City, and it went to Amy Goldstein's excellent book of reportage, Janesville: An American Story. Beside the prestige, the #award comes with a £30,000 prize. Each of the five runners-up received a cheque for £10,000. Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times and chair of the panel of judges, said of the read more...

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"Business writing takes many forms." writes Helen Barrett of the Financial Times, "Reportage is rarely one of them." Rare, perhaps, but not never. The Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award was announced earlier this week in New York City, and it went to Amy Goldstein's excellent book of reportage, Janesville: An American Story. Beside the prestige, the #award comes with a £30,000 prize. Each of the five runners-up received a cheque for £10,000. Lionel Barber, Editor of the Financial Times and chair of the panel of judges, said of the read more...

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The Boston GlobeState Street CEO-designate says #law #school plagiarism was a 'very big mistake'The Boston GlobeAfter leaving Vanderbilt, O'Hanley went on to earn an MBA at Harvard Business School and ran a large department at the consulting firm McKinsey & Co. He later joined Mellon Bank, which is now part of Bank of New York Mellon Corp., and then Fidelity ...and read more...

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St. Regis Hotels. Cross country business class flights. Lavish dinners. Advising on strategy for Fortune 500 companies. It all sounds #glamorous! And anytime someone #asks me what #life was like at BCG, they've often got an image that's driven by a few of the aforementioned items already firmly cemented in their head.   So the question everyone asks is: is life at McKinsey, BCG and Bain really as glamorous as it read more...

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Earlier this year, McKinsey and Company, the prestigious worldwide management-consulting firm published its findings on #searching for the next #generation of business leaders. Entitled ?Finding hidden leaders,? the article appeared in McKinsey Quarterly* and identified the quest for talent as ?one of the biggest headaches for any organization.? Its focus is that companies need to dig deeper to identify promising candidates ? to mine the #gold ? that lies within. This echoes our objectives. At ... Continue Reading The post Mining for gold within your organization: Searching for the next read more...

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The #nonprofit sector has never faced more difficult challenges ? or had the potential to create greater #impact ? than it does today, #argue William F. Meehan III, director emeritus of McKinsey & Company, and Kim Starkey Jonker, president and... read more...

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As I’ve been working on my new book, The Age of Transformation, the chapter on the future of work has been the most challenging one to think and write about; and so I’m always on the lookout for good thinking and new data. Now, McKinsey & Co. has come out with a comprehensive #report on the predicted near-future effects of #automation on employment. International in scope, the report, entitled “Jobs Lost, Jobs Gained: Workforce Transitions in a Time of Automation,” takes us a big step read more...

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The all-new 2018 Ford Expedition SUV goes through the assembly line at the Ford Kentucky Truck Plant October 27, 2017 in Louisville, Kentucky. Automation could destroy as many as 73 million U.S. #jobs by 2030, but economic growth, rising productivity and other forces could more than offset the losses, according to a new report by McKinsey Global read more...

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Financial TimesInvestment key to #securing #human #role in robotic worldFinancial TimesOne of the most exhaustive studies of the likely effects of artificial intelligence and robotics ? a report from the McKinsey Global Institute ? echoes a growing view among economists that the robot future is not entirely bleak for humans, though it ...and read more...

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Sourcing Journal OnlineState of Fashion 2018: McKinsey Says Emerging Markets Key to Growth, Industry Improvement AheadSourcing Journal OnlineMcKinsey & Co.'s ?State of Fashion 2018? report sees #improvement ahead after a challenging last couple of years, although the rebound might be uneven. Executives report optimism, even amid uncertainty, and the McKinsey Global Fashion Index forecasts read more...

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The Quebec PostThe scientists said, many #people could #lose their jobs because of the robots in the coming yearsThe Quebec PostUp to 800 million people worldwide may lose their jobs because of robotics and automation of production in 2030 Is equivalent to 20% of the current global workforce. These are the findings of a study conducted by McKinsey & Co, according to Bloomberg ...and read more...

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