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McKinsey's Strategy Practice in Japan supports clients in all major sectors, helping them address their most pressing strategic issues, including business-unit and corporate strategy, growth, and innovation. The Strategy Practice is one of our fastest-growing service lines in Japan and is closely linked with both our industry and functional practices and deeply integrated into our global network.

We assist Japanese clients in pursuing "granular growth" in large and complex markets (both mature and emerging) worldwide and help multinationals find the right segments and business models to grow in Japan. We help both Japanese and global clients design and execute powerful, practical value-maximizing portfolio strategies.

Our Strategy team brings proprietary assets and insights to help companies understand where and how to compete for best advantage. One example: Innovation at Scale, which is McKinsey’s unique approach to building sustainable innovation processes and capabilities.

For more information visit our global Strategy & Corporate Finance Practice site.

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Japan's globalization imperative
article | McKinsey Quarterly

Japan’s globalization imperative

For all the international success of Japan’s big, well-known companies, many still lag behind their global rivals in the most important markets. Why are General Motors and Volkswagen more successful in China than Honda and Toyota?

For more insights, visit the McKinsey Quarterly.

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Peter Kenevan

Peter Kenevan

Senior Partner

Offers extensive pan-Asian experience to high-tech and pharma companies to support regional and global growth.

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