What Makes Transportation Smart?
People may know smart transportation when they see it, but what specifically makes it so intelligent? Three experts provide some clues.
How Sharing the Road Is Likely to Transform American Mobility
The coming transition to shared mobility services could generate up to USD 2.0 trillion in revenues by 2030. The impact this level of change could have on consumers, the auto industry and cities could recast the personal mobility industry for years to come.
What Makes an Organization “Healthy?”
How can leaders assess the “health” of their organizations? Two McKinsey partners offer insights regarding how leadership teams can determine how the place is really run, and the dramatic changes an organization might require to improve.
Making Electric Vehicles Profitable
Electric vehicles (EVs) can cost USD 12,000 more to produce compared to conventional gasoline-powered cars with the same features. Conventional wisdom says OEMs will incrementally make their EVs break-even in the long-term. Alternatively, here are some suggestions for accelerating the industry’s push for profitability right now.
The Tougher Competitors in Emerging Markets
Industrial Darwinism is alive and well in emerging markets, where global companies are finding rising to the top and staying there much harder than in high-income countries. Learn why only the strongest survive in these fierce markets.
The Public-Private Imperative in Urban Mobility: A View from Canada
McKinsey spoke with Josipa Petrunic, the executive director and CEO of the Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium on her low-carbon, smart-mobility vision for Canada. A key element involves bringing the public and private sectors together to make it happen.
McKinsey's Global Economics Intelligence Report, March 2019
The global economy remains mildly positive, but forecasters are trimming their growth projections amid trade disputes and the prospects for a “no deal” Brexit. McKinsey’s Global Economics Intelligence report has the details.
Air-Mobility Solutions: What They’ll Need to Take Off
Which comes first, the chicken or the flying egg? If the question concerns air mobility solutions like drones, the need for infrastructure will vie with drone technology in terms of needed investments, according to McKinsey.
The Services Solution for Unlocking Industry’s Next Growth Opportunity
Many industrial companies could boost and stabilize their revenue and profit streams by offering services to their current customers. Learn what it takes to succeed in this adjacent business.