Haimeng is the managing partner of McKinsey’s Shanghai office. He also leads our China-wide Organization, Public Sector, and Sustainability & Resource Productivity Practices and coleads our Capital Projects & Infrastructure Practice.
Haimeng works with city governments to plan and deliver successful, sustainable large-scale urban-development projects. He helps major real-estate developers partner with the public sector to build integrated city developments and assists companies as they enter new markets and build profitable global businesses.
Examples of Haimeng’s recent work:
- supporting a major Chinese real-estate developer on a 4-year growth journey encompassing strategic planning, organization design, assessment of overseas market opportunities, sustainable building, affordable housing, and leadership and capability development across its companies in multiple regions
- assisting a fast-growing developer on a multiyear transformation from real-estate development to integrated city and industry development
- supporting Chinese city governments on multiple new-city developments around Beijing, Guangzhou, Hebei, Jinjiang, Shanghai, Taiyuan, and Zhongshan
- helping several major cities strengthen resilience and sustainability, including shaping strategies and designing organizations to drive low-carbon growth, smart grids, and the use of electric vehicles
- working with multinational developers from the Middle East, North America, and Southeast Asia in formulating an entry path to China
Prior to joining McKinsey, Haimeng worked as a senior consultant in the Shanghai offices of Accenture, where his focus was on strategic planning and organization design of investment vehicles for local government.
Haimeng is fluent in Mandarin and English.
“China’s green opportunity,” McKinsey & Company, May 2009
Booth School of Business, University of Chicago
Shanghai Jiao Tong University