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McKinsey Live

Public webinars to help leaders, organizations, and communities respond to the COVID-19 crisis

Join McKinsey experts for 30-minute sessions featuring a brief presentation followed by a Q&A. Topics will cover our latest perspectives on navigating beyond the crisis and shaping the next normal that lies ahead. Registration is limited on a first-come, first-served basis. Replays will be available here.

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Jul 08 2020

Investing in Black lives and livelihoods: What stakeholders can do

Presenter: Jason Wright | Time 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Black Americans are almost twice as likely to live in US counties where COVID-19 will cause outsized health and economic disruption. What’s more, they are at higher risk of contracting the virus, and their jobs and small businesses are more vulnerable to the economic consequences of the pandemic, which threatens their efforts to build wealth. Join McKinsey partner Jason Wright to discuss what is at stake and how employers and others can respond to protect Black communities from the worst effects of the crisis.
Jul 15 2020

Returning to the workplace: Lessons from essential businesses

Speakers: Shubham Singhal and Virginia Simmons | Time: 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM EST
As lockdowns lift across the globe, many businesses are reopening their doors to customers and employees—and encountering a new array of safety concerns. In this McKinsey webinar, Shubham Singhal, global leader of McKinsey's Healthcare Systems & Services practice, and senior partner Virginia Simmons talk about what organizations can learn from the essential businesses that have remained open throughout the crisis, including vital safety measures and how they might be adapted to a variety of environments.
Jul 21 2020

The COVID-19 recovery will be digital: A plan for the first 90 days

Speakers: Kate Smaje and Eric Lamarre | Time: 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM EST
The rapid migration to digital technologies driven by the pandemic will continue into the recovery. Quickly pivoting the business agenda to address these changes will be critical for a successful recovery. In this McKinsey webinar, Kate Smaje, global coleader of McKinsey’s Digital Practice, and Eric Lamarre, leader of McKinsey’s Digital’s practice in North America, will offer suggestions for a plan to realign the digital agenda during the recovery and beyond.
Jul 30 2020

Protecting US small businesses from the impact of COVID-19

Presenter: Deepa Mahajan | Time: 2:00PM – 2:30PM EST
The COVID-19 crisis poses a grave threat to many US small businesses. McKinsey analysis suggests that up to 2.1 million of them—36 percent—could close permanentlybecause of the disruption from the first four months of the pandemic. And certain sectors, geographies, and demographic groups, notably minority business owners, face disproportionate levels of risk. Join McKinsey partner Deepa Mahajan for a view into the most vulnerable sectors and small-business owners, and what can be done to support them.



Reimagining organizations for post-pandemic times

– Companies have mobilized to address the COVID-19 crisis through bold experiments and new ways of working. In this McKinsey webinar, Mary Meaney, global coleader of McKinsey’s Organization practice, discusses how leaders can not only make their companies faster but better for stakeholders.

Operations in the next normal: Five themes to focus on

– Operations executives are seeking to take what they have learned during the COVID-19 crisis and achieve new levels of performance. This McKinsey Live webinar covers five focal themes for these efforts.

Five priorities for rapid revenue recovery during COVID-19

– The muscles that companies can build to bring back revenues amid the COVID-19 crisis can also help accelerate growth. This McKinsey Live webinar covers the fundamentals of achieving new levels of speed and agility.

The economics of COVID-19: A look at possible scenarios for the next normal

– Although executives express uncertainty about how long the economy will take to recover from the COVID-19 crisis, they can begin to prepare their organizations for the “next normal.”

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