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Management: the next 50 years

Leading management thinkers celebrate the 50th anniversary of McKinsey Quarterly by examining the management challenges of tomorrow.
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Management intuition for the next 50 years

– The collision of technological disruption, rapid emerging-markets growth, and widespread aging is upending long-held assumptions that underpin strategy setting, decision making, and management.

Brilliant machines

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Artificial intelligence meets the C-suite

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The Great Decoupling

The connected car

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Bill Ford charts a course for the future

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Building cars with less capital

Corporate longevity

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Reflections on corporate longevity

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The power of enduring companies

Elevating women

The future of capitalism

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Redefining capitalism

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Can women fix capitalism?

Industry dynamics in emerging markets

Next frontiers for lean

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Next frontiers for lean

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(Still) learning from Toyota

Organizing for the future

The productivity imperative

Strategy for the future

Classics from our archive

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The manager and the moron

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Beyond the matrix organization

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Can strategic planning pay off?

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World-class teams

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The changing face of marketing