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Fostering women leaders: A fitness test for your top team

January 2015—Posing five questions can help start a challenging management conversation.more

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Where to look for global growth

January 2015—Productivity gains could make the difference in an aging world.more

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Building better cities

January 2015—If approached correctly, urbanization can be an engine of growth, writes Joan Clos, executive director of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme.more

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Designing policies that support growth

January 2015—Implementing policies that work together to enable growth is our best opportunity to sustain rising global prosperity, says Catherine Mann, chief economist of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.more

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Confronting corruption

January 2015—Policies, controls, and culture must all work together to withstand the inevitable pressures when they arise.more


Transforming the business through social tools

January 2015—The effect of social technologies in customer-facing processes is already significant. Our survey finds that while overall adoption of these tools has plateaued, companies can do more to measure and then capture social’s benefits.more


Bringing out the best in people

January 2015—Providing good service has never been easy. Meeting rising customer expectations requires companies focus on building the capabilities their people need to make full use of their talents.more

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Can long-term global growth be saved?

January 2015—Without action, global economic growth will almost halve in the next 50 years. A new McKinsey Global Institute report offers a solution: a dramatic improvement in productivity.more

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Capturing the new ‘value’ segment in medical devices

January 2015—The growing demand for products that are “good enough” and competitively priced has pushed medical-product manufacturers to develop strategies to attract and retain this new segment of customers.more

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