Our clients around the world are achieving enduring change in their capabilities and performance. Leading with technology, we partner with them to see new potential for growth, innovate to net zero, and build capabilities across their entire organization, creating impact that goes beyond financial and operational performance improvements. Here's what that looks like.
Kiwibank made a pivotal decision – to embark on an ambitious plan that would see it improving and thinning out its legacy tech to add value and improve customer and team experience right away, while simultaneously accelerating its transformation by building a mostly new tech stack to the side, leveraging modern, cloud-based capabilities including a new core banking platform, Thought Machine Vault.
The Warehouse Group partnered with McKinsey on a complete transformation, improving customer experience, upskilling employees, and expanding its carbon neutral vision—all while growing its bottom line.
ECU Worldwide, one of the largest less-than-container-load shipping companies in the world, chose to innovate during the COVID-19 pandemic, working with McKinsey to become tech enabled and revamp its organizational structure.
During COVID-19, the global respiratory medical-device pioneer Vyaire faced an extraordinary demand situation. With partnership from Spirit AeroSystems and McKinsey, they reached unprecedented new production heights.
3M and McKinsey Design have partnered to create a welding helmet that has transformed the daily lives of welders around the world. The product has won nearly a dozen international awards, including a 2021 “Best of the Best” Red Dot Award.
By upskilling employees and innovating with analytics, Tata Steel’s plant in Kalinganagar, India, achieved performance gains that earned it recognition as a leading digital facility by the World Economic Forum.