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McKinsey’s Organization Practice in Japan brings over 40 years of accumulated insights and experience to clients, allowing practice members to advise Japanese and global companies on a wide range of organizational issues.

We invest in original research around the globe that allows us to develop cutting-edge knowledge and tailor it to the context of Japanese firms. We advise Japanese and foreign companies doing business in Japan on issues ranging from transformational change and talent management and development to organization design, organizational health, and merger management.

In recent years we have focused on organizational aspects of globalization, including developing global talent, globalizing organization culture, designing global organizations, and managing post-acquisition of cross-border deals.

For more information, visit our global Organization Practice site.

Featured insight

Women matter Asia
report | Organization, Talent & Leadership

Women matter: An Asian perspective

Corporate Asia is failing to tap its huge pool of talented women—an oversight that could impact companies’ growth aspirations given the acute talent shortage in the region.

article | McKinsey Quarterly

Recovering from information overload

January 2011—Always-on, multitasking work environments are killing productivity, dampening creativity, and making us unhappy.more

For more organization insights, visit our global Organization Practice site.

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