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In the future the Next Normal demands resilience

McKinsey senior partner Katy George and others discuss the importance of addressing resilience in the next normal.

Business in 2020 and beyond

McKinsey’s Dame Vivian Hunt, Kevin Sneader, and Bob Sternfels reflect on how the COVID-19 crisis is transforming all industries.

Reimagining leadership in Asia’s next normal

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong speaks with Oliver Tonby, Chairman of McKinsey Asia, on leadership.

Responding to COVID-19: Adi Kumar

Adi Kumar, a partner based in Washington, D.C. who has helped lead our work to help organizations respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Resetting priorities during the crisis

Zoetis CEO Kristin Peck explains why the animal-health company had to shift priorities to weather the COVID-19 crisis.

Climate change

Three questions to assess your climate risk

McKinsey senior partner Jonathan Woetzel outlines the seven characteristics of physical climate risk and the three questions every person should ask to assess their level of risk.

Why a stable climate is important for our businesses and our lives

McKinsey Global Institute senior fellow Mekala Krishnan explains how climate impacts are nearer than you might think.

How businesses are already impacted by climate change

McKinsey partner Hauke Engel shares why businesses must assess climate risk throughout their operations.

‘Bring the problem forward’: Larry Fink on climate risk

The physical impact of climate change will lead to a major capital reallocation, says the head of BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager.

Can coastal cities turn the tide on rising flood risk?

Coastal cities are on the front line of flooding. Two very different cities, Ho Chi Minh City and Bristol, help illustrate variations in risks and approaches to adaptation.

Diversity and inclusion

Insights to impact

New research reveals the challenges that LGBTQ+ employees face, and six ways to help them bring their authentic selves to work. McKinsey partner Diana Ellsworth describes key insights.

You’ve got to live it

“Policies and procedures are just one part of the diversity and inclusion mix,” says TD Wealth’s Al Ramsay.

What the future of work will mean for women

Women and men face a similar scale of potential job losses and gains, but in different areas. To adapt to the new world of work, they will need to be skilled, mobile, and tech savvy.

Make gender diversity core to hiring

Entrepreneur First cofounder Alice Bentinck, who helps foster high-tech start-ups, discusses what it will it take to get more women into tech careers.

Regional perspectives

Innovating Europe

Europe needs to innovate at scale to support its economic and social system.

The future of Asia

For years, Western observers have talked about Asia’s massive future potential. But the future arrived even faster than expected. The question is no longer how quickly Asia will rise; it is how Asia will lead.

New from the McKinsey Global Institute

The future of work after COVID-19

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

How COVID-19 changed consumer demand

The COVID-19 pandemic caused an unprecedented consumer demand shock. What happens when the pandemic is over?

Why a 1 pp increase in productivity growth is possible after the pandemic

During the pandemic, governments and businesses responded boldly. Both must broaden action to deliver on productivity while boosting consumption and investment.

What is the McKinsey Global Institute?

Our mission at the McKinsey Global Institute is to understand global trends and develop insightful perspectives on how they shape the world around us.

McKinsey Live

The evolving consumer: How COVID-19 is changing the way we shop

The rapid migration to digital technologies driven by the pandemic is likely to continue. This McKinsey Live webinar covers the four elements of a digital agenda for recovery.

Women in the Workplace 2020: Progress toward gender equality

This discussion of the sixth annual Women in the Workplace report covers the effects of COVID-19 on US working women and the need for both companies and individuals to help deter women from exiting the workforce.

Corporate travel: The long road to recovery

It may take business travel a long time to return to prepandemic levels, and the new normal will differ from the past. Here’s what corporate travel providers need to know.

The Future of Industries

The future of car buying

Three McKinsey partners describe how the experience of purchasing an automobile might change in the coming decade—and how... car dealerships should evolve.

The high-rise in 2030

McKinsey experts describe how high-rise buildings might change in the coming decade—and how construction and real-estate... companies should evolve.

The consumer sector in 2020 and beyond

McKinsey senior partners Liz Hilton Segel and Sajal Kohli reflect on how the COVID-19 crisis is transforming the consumer and... retail industries.

Healthcare in 2020 and beyond

Penny Dash and Shubham Singhal, two leaders of McKinsey’s Healthcare Systems & Services Practice, reflect on how COVID-19... is transforming the healthcare industry.

The CEO Moment

People are our most important asset

Alain Bejjani, CEO of Majid Al Futtaim, explains why layoffs are not the best cost-cutting solution.

New ways of connecting

Michael Fisher, CEO of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, explains how the hospital has boosted it communications... efforts across all channels during COVID-19 to help employees and patients stay connected.

Living proof

Union Pacific CEO Lance Fritz explains what his organization needs from him during the pandemic.

Adapting Healthcare to COVID-19

Kate Walsh shares how Boston Medical Center, New England’s largest safety-net hospital, has had to adapt to the pandemic—and... why there’s no going back.

Corporate Purpose

Personal purpose

Hubert Joly, Best Buy’s former chairman and CEO, reflects on a business’s reason for being by defining it around purpose... and humanity.

Peter Harmer on remote work and work-life integration

Digital technologies are important, but “good, old-fashioned trust” is indispensable, says Peter Harmer.

Inside McKinsey

Change that Matters

We create Change that Matters through transformation, enabled by technology, and sustained through capabilities.

Innovating foster care

A short film about our work with Foster America.

Rethinking recycling

This video captures some of’s initial work in a pilot project in Barrio 31, an informal settlement in Buenos Aires.