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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.

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.

Competitiveness and Digitalization of the Czech Economy – presentation for the Forbes conference “Česko, jak jsme na tom?”

– Digitalization can be viewed as an opportunity to double the current productivity growth in the Czech Republic, but also as a force that can automate 1.1 million jobs in the country. These are the key findings of the analysis on competitiveness and digitalization presented by Daniel Svoboda, Managing Partner of McKinsey Prague Office, at the conference “Česko, jak jsme na tom?”organized by Forbes Česko on October 9, 2018.

Digital Czech Republic: How we grow

– Across the developed world, digitization is affecting old and new alike.

Declining performance of the Czech elementary and secondary school system: Facts and solutions

– Keen to contribute to the Czech Republic’s ongoing development, we chose the topic of education, specifically Czech elementary and secondary schools, as our 2010 pro bono study. In this report, we describe the key factors that have been hampering Czech student performance and suggest what could be done to improve it.

Unlocking the full potential of women in the Czech Republic

– In our conversations with CEOs in the Czech Republic, we often hear about the scarcity of talent. We set out in the second half of 2011 to see if unlocking the full potential of female talent could do the trick for Czech companies.

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