Answering society’s call: A new leadership imperative
Social accountability continues to rise on C-suite agendas as leaders attempt to satisfy the aspirations of their customers. In addition to courage and insight, leaders today need transparency and empathy.
Survey: Building Operational Resilience
In volatile times, operating models that depend on stability are no longer fit for purpose. This survey can help you benchmark the resiliency and flexibility of your value chain.
Automation and economic disparity: A new challenge for CEOs
Automation breakthroughs could widen the gap between successful cities and struggling rural areas. The McKinsey Global Institute digs into the data and identifies this discrepancy as a new challenge for company leaders.
Reboost: A comprehensive view on the changing powertrain component market and how suppliers can succeed
The emerging mix of new powertrain technologies promises to irrevocably change the automotive industry. McKinsey takes an in-depth look at what’s ahead in this newly dynamic part of the industry.
McKinsey China Auto Consumer Insights 2019
Following years of strong growth, China’s automotive market has hit a few speed bumps. While the market will ultimately recover, automakers can take steps now to maintain a competitive stance, according to McKinsey’s 2019 China Auto Consumer Insights survey.
Managing a moonshot: Keeping large industrial projects on track
Big companies can struggle to keep big projects on track for a variety of reasons. Four best practices can help these “moonshot” projects succeed.
Webcast: Used cars, new platforms: Accelerating sales in a digitally disrupted market
The Used Car market is big, stable and largely countercyclical. Twice as many used cars are sold per year vs. new and over the past two decades the used car market has experienced half the volatility of new car sales. McKinsey set out to understand this space more deeply. Join us on September 13, 2019 at 4:00 pm CET.
Webcast: Protecting the connected car in the era of new regulation
The car industry’s digital transformation exposes new cybersecurity threats. Learn what OEMs can do to protect their cars and customers from hackers.
The race for cybersecurity: Protecting the connected car in the era of new regulation
As cars drive into the digital age, they become choice targets for hackers and others who intend to create mischief or much worse. McKinsey describes today’s automotive cybersecurity situation and offers four ways to combat in-car hacking.