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Driving value-creating growth

The key to being a market leader in driving excess returns to shareholders is understanding that financial performance is also relative.

Consistent revenue and profit growth are good; revenue growth and profitability that are superior to peers are far better. Our recent research shows that growth outperformers used one or more of four strategies to direct and capture growth - and were rewarded by shareholders with 4.5% higher excess TRS than other companies. Join Rebecca Doherty and Anna Koivuniemi as they discuss their research on value-generating growth strategies and what outperformers are doing differently.

Request your invite to this exclusive webcast which includes an opportunity for you to have your questions answered live. Oct. 9, 2019. 10-11 a.m. New York; 3-4 p.m. London.

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About the presenters

Partner, San Francisco

Rebecca Doherty

Since joining McKinsey, Rebecca has advised global companies looking for strategic growth opportunities. Working primarily with semiconductor, high tech, and healthcare industry clients, she supports executives to develop growth strategies.
Partner, Amsterdam

Anna Koivuniemi

Anna is a core leader of McKinsey’s Marketing & Sales and Strategy & Corporate Finance Practices. With almost 2 decades of experience, she helps senior leaders globally to identify and capture growth and to drive strategic changes to achieve the next level of performance. She also brings the most recent advances in digital and analytics to her clients to increase their competitiveness.