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Rise of the Global Balance Sheet

Financial Times dedicated a column to a recent McKinsey Global Institute report titled “The Rise and Rise of the Global Balance Sheet”, offering a new perspective on real assets, financial assets and liabilities held by households, governments, banks and non-financial corporations.

Driving Sustainable and Inclusive Growth

Bob Sternfels discussed how we can meet the collective challenges of the future, by driving sustainable and inclusive growth with bold and urgent leadership, at the 2021 Bloomberg New Economy Forum.

Internet of Things

Axios quoted Michael Chui on IoT and the difficulties that production facilities in particular face to adopt this technology at scale.

Being transgender at work

Quartz quoted David Baboolall and Maurice Obeid on the main conclusions of the first McKinsey study dedicated to transgender employees and the road ahead to foster a truly inclusive environment for this community.

McKinsey in the news

Opportunity Youth

In a recent report, McKinsey put forward a long-term view of the most critical issues facing the Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan (MENAP) region. The report focuses on the biggest gamechangers that we believe will have an outsized, tangible impact on creating better outcomes for MENAP youth over the coming two decades.

The Great Attrition

Recent McKinsey research explores the unprecedented pace of attrition and what’s driving it, including a disconnect between what employers think is the cause and what employees actually want. By understanding why employees are leaving and acting thoughtfully, organizations may be able to turn the Great Attrition into the Great Attraction.


Momentum has shifted and net-zero commitments are the norm. McKinsey research explores  perspectives on the climate risks the world must confront and actions to reduce emissions, stop climate change and advance towards a more sustainable society. McKinsey's sustainability research and insights can be found here.

Diversity and Inclusion

McKinsey recently published the seventh edition of Women in the Workplace, in partnership with LeanIn.Org. The largest study of women in corporate America, the report analyzes the representation of women in the corporate America, provides an overview of HR policies and programs and explores the intersectional experiences of different groups of women at work. More reports and insights on diversity and inclusion can be found here.

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