Start a new application to McKinsey, retrieve your draft application(s) or access or update your online account.
To ensure the security of your profile information, please re-enter your password.
Don’t have an account? Register here.
Register to get full access to our articles and reports, including those by
McKinsey Quarterly and the McKinsey Global Institute, and to subscribe to
our newsletters and e-mail alerts.
Gain full access to articles and reports, including those by McKinsey Quarterly
and the McKinsey Global Institute, and subscribe to our newsletters and e-mail alerts.
Sorry, something went wrong and we cannot reset your password right now. Please
try again later.
Please enter the e-mail address you use to sign into your account.
If your e-mail address is associated with an account in our system, we have sent you instructions on how to reset your password.
October 2013—The Belgian company is reshaping its portfolio to focus harder on fast-growing markets.more
Successful supplier collaboration and streamlining the supplier qualification process can provide new opportunities for chemical companies, both in their roles as suppliers to OEMs and other major consumers and in their relationships with their own suppliers.
May 2013—Long considered a cornerstone of chemical industry growth, innovation's contribution has been questioned as parts of the industry have become commoditized. We show that chemicals innovation continues to deliver attractive returns, and describe three approaches to further improve innovation returns.
June 2013—To drive further profitable growth in the increasingly competitive China market, international chemical companies should focus on five areas.more
August 2012—Six failure modes bedevil chemical companies when it comes to commercialization of new products and materials. Companies that deploy the right capabilities can dramatically speed up times to launch and to achieving meaningful revenues.more
May 2011—Dow Corning’s Stephanie Burns and Gregg Zank talk about successful approaches to new-product and business-model innovation.more
Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*).
Explores the changing chemicals' landscape, capital markets, innovation, energy, and marketing and sales.