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March 2012—Most companies allocate the same resources to the same business units year after year. That makes it difficult to realize strategic goals and undermines performance. Here’s how to overcome inertia.more
March 2012—To develop a winning corporate strategy, you may need more muscle in your headquarters.more
April 2012—A CFO and a business unit head explain how they overcome the barriers that all too often separate capital, talent, and other resources from vital strategic goals.more
April 2013—Stanford’s Chip Heath and McKinsey’s Olivier Sibony discuss new research, fresh frameworks, and practical tools for decision makers.more
April 2013—People make decisions—often in very different ways. Learn more about five distinct styles and the preferences that shape them.more
April 2013—Tricky problems must be shaped before they can be solved. To start that process, and stimulate novel thinking, leaders should look through multiple lenses.more
November 2012—By offering decision makers rich real-time data, social media is giving some companies
fresh strategic insight.
November 2012—As these powerful technologies shake up productivity and growth across industries, they will create new organizational imperatives.more
December 2012—Leading companies use war games to focus better on their competitors, while improving the way they identify, shape, and seize opportunities to innovate.more
January 2011—Ten timeless tests can help you kick the tires on your strategy, and kick up the level of strategic dialogue throughout your company.more
October 2012—Annual consumption in emerging markets will rise to $30 trillion, from $12 trillion, by 2025. McKinsey experts discuss how multinationals can harness the biggest economic force in the history of capitalism.more
April 2008—The authors of The Granularity of Growth explain why the best strategies begin with a precise understanding of market and product opportunities.more
May 2011—Big data will become a key basis of competition, underpinning new waves of productivity growth, innovation, and consumer surplus—as long as the right policies and enablers are in place.more
June 2010—Five crucibles of change will restructure the world economy for the foreseeable future. Companies that understand them will stand the best chance of shaping it.more
March 2011—Six hundred cities—the City 600—are projected to generate more than 60 percent of global growth to 2025. Within this group, companies need to adjust their strategy to include the 577 fast-growing "middleweight cities."more
March 2011—Most attempts at brainstorming are doomed. To generate better ideas—and boost the odds that your organization will act on them—start by asking better questions.more
June 2011—Bad strategy abounds, says UCLA management professor Richard Rumelt. Senior executives who can spot it stand a much better chance of creating good strategies.more
October 2009—A series of interactive multimedia presentations of classic frameworks
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