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Our new Report

Pathways to decarbonize the Czech Republic

This report aims at presenting a cost-effective pathway for the Czech Republic to reduce GHG emissions in line with the expected targets of the European Green Deal, including the investments needed.

Featured insights on climate change

Report

How the European Union could achieve net-zero emissions at net-zero cost

– The decarbonization pathways to a net-zero Europe are countless, but not all are cost optimal. We explore one pathway that could... reduce the EU’s emissions 55 percent by 2030 while delivering broad economic benefits.
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Climate risk and response: Physical hazards and socioeconomic impacts

– How could Earth’s changing climate impact socioeconomic systems across the world in the next three decades? A yearlong, cross-disciplinary... research effort at McKinsey & Company provides some answers.

The Next Normal

The Next Normal: Emerging stronger from the coronavirus pandemic

Explore McKinsey’s curated collection on the business outlook for 2021 and beyond—plus insights about how companies can emerge stronger from the coronavirus crisis.
Executive Briefing

COVID-19: Implications for business

– Our latest perspectives on the coronavirus outbreak, the twin threats to lives and livelihoods, and how organizations can prepare... for the next normal.
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The future of work after COVID-19

– The pandemic accelerated existing trends in remote work, e-commerce, and automation, with up to 25 percent more workers than previously... estimated potentially needing to switch occupations.
Survey

Seven lessons on how technology transformations can deliver value

– Our annual IT strategy survey shows how technology investments are proving their worth, especially at companies making more tech-based changes and bridging more of the technology-business divide.
Podcast

In conversation: The COVID-Exit

– Despite a resurgence of infections, confidence is rising about an end to the pandemic. Here is how to grow your way out of the crisis.
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Seven charts that show COVID-19’s impact on women’s employment

– For International Women’s Day 2021, we look back at the harm that the COVID-19 pandemic has wrought on women’s employment trends—and a glimpse of how to restore progress.
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When will the COVID-19 pandemic end?

– This article updates our perspectives on when the coronavirus pandemic will end to reflect the latest information on vaccine rollout, variants of concern, and disease progression. In the United Kingdom and the United States, we see progress toward a transition to normalcy during the second quarter of 2021. The new wave of cases in the European Union means that a similar transition is likely to come later there, in the late second or third quarter. Improved vaccine availability makes herd immunity most likely in the third quarter for the United Kingdom and the United States and in the fourth quarter for the European Union, but risks threaten that timeline. The timeline in other countries will depend on seven crucial variables. And when herd immunity is reached, the risks will not vanish; herd immunity may prove temporary or be limited to regions in a country.

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Working in Prague

Whether harnessing digital, deploying advanced analytics, or implementing our business recommendations, we offer our people unrivaled opportunities to grow. We put them face-to-face with the leaders of the most successful local, regional, and global organizations, push them out of their comfort zone, and help them craft professional paths unique to each individual.

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Digital Challengers in the Next Normal: the Czech Republic and Slovakia in the CEE context

Shutdowns caused by COVID-19 speeded up the adoption of digital technologies in the region and elsewhere. Some areas digitize faster than others.

Our insights

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Rethinking European automotive competitiveness: The R&D CEE opportunity

– Western European auto companies could look toward Central and Eastern Europe as a strategic solution to their current challenges... in their R&D functions—and to ensure their competitiveness.
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The rise of Digital Challengers Perspective on the Czech Republic

– Over the past 20 years, the Czech Republic has experienced rapid economic development, but the potential of many of the traditional... drivers for economic growth is nearly exhausted. This report presents accelerated digitization as the new engine of growth with potential to deliver up to EUR 26 billion in additional GDP by 2025, or almost one additional percentage point of GDP growth yearly.
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The rise of Digital Challengers Perspective on Slovakia

– For Slovakia, the potential economic and developmental benefits of digitization can reach up to EUR 16.1 billion in additional... gross domestic product by 2025. This would lead to increased global competitiveness and prosperity for the country’s 5 million people and allow Slovakia to join the most digitally advanced economies in Europe.
Global theme

Innovating Europe

Europe needs to innovate at scale to support its economic and social system. This special collection explores the innovation opportunities and challenges facing the continent in domains ranging from digital and AI, to green technology, to education, training and the future of work.

Featured insights

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Diversity wins: How inclusion matters

– The business case for inclusion and diversity (I&D) is stronger than ever. Taking a closer look at diversity winners reveals... what can drive real progress.
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The McKinsey Download Hub

Download PDFs of McKinsey’s latest research, perspectives, and insights on the management issues that matter most, from... leading through the COVID-19 crisis to managing risk, digitizing operations, and more.

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