Will Artificial Intelligence Make You A Better Leader?
Artificial intelligence can help executives become better leaders, boosting their agility and supporting them as they deal with the company’s most challenging problems. By embracing AI, CEOs can discover original, unexpected, breakthrough ideas.
What Every Utility CEO Should Know About Blockchain
Energy sector companies can apply blockchain technologies in critical areas to boost performance and cut costs. Six places utility CEOs can employ blockchain solutions to solve significant problems.
Webcast: Car Data Monetization
Cars are collecting more data than ever, but car companies still struggle to turn it into cash. New McKinsey research that involved 60 automotive leaders reveals how companies can change data into dollars.
Solving The Productivity Puzzle: The Role of Demand and Promise of Digitization
The digital age isn’t driving productivity growth, according to a recent study by the McKinsey Global Institute. Learn why, and what needs to happen to enhance future productivity expansion.
Leading With Inner Agility
Disruptive times call for different kinds of leader. Learn the five personal practices that can lead to the mind-set needed for leadership effectiveness during transformative times.
How Industrial Companies Can Respond To Disruptive Forces
Disruptive times require disruptive responses. A new McKinsey survey examines the changes happening in industrial sectors of the economy, and what incumbents can do about radical them.
How OEMs Can Seize The High-tech Future In Agriculture And Construction
The digital revolution is alive and well in the agriculture and construction industries. Here are five ways companies can take advantage of the changing landscape.
McKinsey's Global Economics Intelligence Report, March 2018
The global economy continues to make strong gains, led by the US, China, and Europe. McKinsey’s Global Economics Intelligence Report provides insights on the situation, including trade policy uncertainties.
What a Teardown Of The Latest Electric Vehicles Reveals About The Future of Mass-Market EVs
As electric vehicle edge into the automotive mainstream, significant cost issues still impede their competitiveness compared to internal combustion engine vehicles. The second installment of McKinsey’s “Trends in Electric Vehicle Design” offers four suggestions for moving closer to profitability parity.