Radically rethink your strategy
Digital business-to-business ecosystems can help traditional manufacturers create and protect value. Traditional OEMs and suppliers must act now or risk the critical aftersales and service relationship with their customers.
The future of work in America
As the digital age envelops America, which jobs are “safe” and which are at risk from automation and other disruptions? The McKinsey Global Institute examines the data and comes up with some counterintuitive insights.
The year of future transportation: An interview with Seoul Mayor Park Wonsoon
What will it take to shift cities from a car-centered focus to one that puts people first? McKinsey spoke with Seoul’s mayor regarding this change and how to bring it about.
McKinsey Global Institute: Tech for good - Smoothing disruption, improving well-being
What impact will technology have on the human condition in the current age of digital disruptions? The McKinsey Global Institute assesses the role technology will play going forward and sees the need for developing an agenda that mitigates some of the potential downside effects of its adoption.
Building the infrastructure for the future of mobility
To prepare for the future, mobility infrastructure operators need to move beyond the current cycle of repair and maintenance. Scenarios, roadmaps, and targets will all play major roles in preparing stakeholders for what promises to be a far more dynamic mobility landscape going forward.
McKinsey Global Economics Intelligence Report, July 2019
The long boom since the financial crisis continues, but signs of slowing abound. Challenges include the slowing expansion of manufacturing and the brewing trade war between the United States and China, according to McKinsey’s most recent Global Economics Intelligence Report.
Confronting the risks of artificial intelligence
Perhaps more than other innovations, artificial intelligence brings multitudes of known and unknown risks. Learn how leading companies are taking steps to manage those risks effectively.
Snapshots of the global mobility revolution
The mobility revolution is changing a lot more than how people get around. Major industries like automotive and high tech are busy learning new ways of competing and eying new sectors to conquer. Here are a few snapshots of what’s going on in key mobility markets worldwide.
The coming shakeout in industrial distribution
Industrial distributors face hard times as many of the advanced industries they served feel the transformational power of the digital age. However, companies that move quickly to safeguard customer relationships have an opportunity to outperform their industries.