Winning with Talent

Convening CEOs and CHROs committed to creating talent-first organizations across the globe

In today’s world, where the players matter more than the game, talent wins

Creating a “people-first” organization—where your best talent is matched with your biggest opportunities and where facts, not instincts, drive your talent decisions—is new ground for most.

In our Winning with Talent series, we invite you to join McKinsey's global managing partner, Dominic Barton; senior leaders of McKinsey’s Organization Practice; and fellow CEOs and CHROs to explore innovations in talent management.

“Talent has never been more important to the success of a corporation. Talent is king. Talent, even more than strategy, is what creates value.”

Talent Wins: The New Playbook for Putting People First by Dominic Barton, Dennis Carey, and Ram Charan

Upcoming Events

Winning with Talent - New York

New York

July 19, 2018

Past Events

Dubai

March 12, 2018

London

March 15–16, 2018

Beijing

March 29–30, 2018

Johannesburg

May 15, 2018

Our Latest thinking

Talent Management

People, not companies, generate value. Learn how to win by putting people first.
Book

Talent Wins: The New Playbook for Putting People First

Talent Wins is the definitive book for reimagining and creating talent-driven organizations, packed with CEO-level advice on what needs to change and how to change it.
Book Excerpt - McKinsey Quarterly

An agenda for the talent-first CEO

– In tumultuous times, a company’s talent is its most valuable and reliable asset. What does it take to lead an organization that truly unleashes its human capital?
Video

Talent management as a business discipline: A conversation with Unilever CHRO Leena Nair

– HR leaders can leverage people analytics to play a key role in aligning talent with value creation, says the global consumer-goods group’s chief human resources officer.