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How secure is the global financial system a decade after the crisis?

How secure is the global financial system a decade after the crisis?

Great strides have been made since 2008 to prevent a recurrence of the financial crisis and recession that followed. Yet there is more debt than ever in the global financial system.

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Private equity rolls on: How investors and managers are responding to scale

– The industry has taken a breather in 2018 as firms and their clients adapt to a new, more competitive normal.

Zero-based budgeting revisited: Why this time is different

– This budgeting concept allows senior-leadership teams to put their money where their strategy is, aligning resources with business... priorities and setting the example from the top.

Data privacy: What every manager needs to know

– As companies begin to follow the principles of GDPR, the European Union directive on data protection, they must better understand... what personal information really is and how to properly manage it.

How to implement and sustain organizational change

– The fundamentals of change implementation are crucial for not only top-level executives but also frontline managers who are involved... in the day-to-day work.

Digital Disruption

The real-world potential and limitations of artificial intelligence

– Artificial intelligence has the potential to create trillions of dollars of value across the economy—if business leaders work... to understand what AI can and cannot do.

How the auto industry is preparing for the car of the future

– Autonomous and electric cars, connectivity, and ridesharing are changing the way auto industry players think about value chains,... data analytics, and manufacturing.

Artificial intelligence in business: Separating the real from the hype

– The potential for AI to infuse business and value chains across various industries is greater than ever before—but where should... executives start?

From the McKinsey Quarterly

Putting talent at the top of the CEO agenda

– McKinsey global managing partner Dominic Barton discusses how executives serious about delivering value need to spend more time... identifying their organizations’ top performers and most critical roles.

Microsoft’s next act

– CEO Satya Nadella talks about innovation, disruption, and organizational change.

Disruption, friction, and change: The hallmarks of a true transformation

– A company transformation is a holistic, top-priority endeavor that requires aggressive focus from the management team to reach... the full potential of a business.

Pinpointing the global forces that drive progress

– Companies that pay close attention to the trends and shifts affecting growth and productivity can help create a new societal deal... for prosperity.

From the McKinsey Global Institute

How can business leaders make the new world of work better for people?

– John Donahoe of ServiceNow and Jeff Weiner of LinkedIn speak about how businesses can play a role in improving work for people... in the age of automation and artificial intelligence.

How can business leaders, policy makers, and individuals prepare today for the jobs of tomorrow?

– Zoë Baird and Tim O’Reilly share their perspectives on the disruptive impact that automation and artificial intelligence... will have on society, and their advice for what we need to do today to smooth the transition.

How do we create meaningful work in an age of automation?

– New workplace trends such as automation, AI, and the gig economy are generating a need for policies that create jobs and work... that is more fulfilling.

What is the future of work?

– A new podcast series from the McKinsey Global Institute explores how technologies like automation, robotics, and artificial intelligence... are shaping how we work, where we work, and the skills we need to work.

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Building gender diversity on boards

– McKinsey senior partner Celia Huber explains how companies can build and benefit from gender diversity on boards.

How to avoid digital-strategy pitfalls

– Most digital strategies don’t reflect how digital is changing economic fundamentals, industry dynamics, or what it means... to compete.

Private equity rolls on: How investors and managers are responding to scale

– The industry has taken a breather in 2018 as firms and their clients adapt to a new, more competitive normal.

Inside the strategy room: One CEO’s approach

– Deanna Mulligan, president and CEO of Guardian Life Insurance, reflects on how she approaches strategy planning in an industry... with strong headwinds.

Planning for the future of healthcare—Penny Wheeler, President and CEO, Allina Health

– Penny Wheeler, President and CEO, Allina Health shares her perspective on the importance of partnerships in increasing value and... understanding the consumer with Jenny Cordina, Partner, McKinsey and Company in an interview conducted in June 2017.

Leading for the long term

– Successful CEOs combine winning strategies with compelling stories and constructive engagement with shareholders.

How will automation affect jobs, skills, and wages?

– As the nature of work changes with automation, millions of people may need to switch occupations and acquire new skills.

Discussions in digital: What’s a marketing ecosystem and what does it mean for marketers?

– Marketing ecosystems are creating new professional opportunities—and making new demands. Here’s how today’s... marketing leaders are adapting.

Wealth management in an era of robots, regulation, and new money

– By redirecting focus, wealth managers can successfully respond to challenges brought on by digital disruption, demographic shifts,... and tighter regulation.

What will automation mean for wages and income inequality?

– In this podcast, we examine how technology has affected employment and incomes in manufacturing and other sectors and whether... automation could widen the gap between high- and low-income jobs.

Behavioral science in business: Nudging, debiasing, and managing the irrational mind

– Behavioral science has become a hot topic in companies and organizations trying to address the biases that drive day-to-day decisions... and actions.
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