Digital Identification: A Key to Inclusive Growth
Digital identification technologies could unlock significant amounts of value if designed with the right principles and enforced with the right policies. The McKinsey Global Institute reveals the potential for digital ID, including the billions of dollars it could safety generate.
Distraction or Disruption? Autonomous Trucks Gain Ground in US Logistics
What impact could driverless trucks have on America’s logistics industry? How about a total cost of ownership reduction in the 45 percent range?
One is the Loneliest Number
The number of white-collar women in the workplace has grown, but many find themselves alone on the job, according to McKinsey’s latest Women in the Workplace report. Learn five ways companies can address this situation.
Can micromobility deliver macro amounts of money or will it be all hype? Join McKinsey as it conducts an initial 15,000-mile checkup on micromobility’s progress so far.
Ford’s Evolving Sense of Self: An Interview with Hau Thai-Tang
How does a one hundred-plus year-old automaker anticipate the disruptive deluge headed its way? If it’s Ford Motor Company, it takes time to step back and rethink its value proposition, according to Hau Thai-Tang, Ford’s global head of product development and purchasing.
Are We Long – or Short – on Talent?
Do you have too much or too little of the talent you’ll need over the next few years. Find out, and learn how to adjust to shortages or surpluses in your workforce.
Return to Sender: Resolving the Automotive-Recall Resurgence
Automotive recalls represent a large and growing problem for automakers worldwide. McKinsey explores the digital origins of many recalls, and suggests some solutions.
Artificial-Intelligence Hardware: New Opportunities for Semiconductor Companies
Artificial intelligence (AI) could provide a significant new value pool for semiconductor players, potentially accounting for almost 20 percent of all demand by 2025. McKinsey has some ideas on the best ways to capture this value.
Competitive Advantage with a Human Dimension: From Lifelong Learning to Lifelong Employability
Adult learning in the 21st century needs to extend beyond ordinary classroom training. Learn why many employees seek greater control over their employability, and how companies can both benefit from it and make it happen.