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Never let a good crisis go to waste
01/10/2013 (McKinsey Quarterly)

Never let a good crisis go to waste

The vast majority of organizations are surprisingly slow to reshuffle their resources. When we conducted a large-scale analysis of the reallocation patterns of multibusiness companies, for instance, we found that most of them awarded each business in their portfolio an unchanging percentage[..]
Mladen Fruk, Stephen Hall, Devesh Mittal
McKinsey Quarterly
Creating a business-integrated services company: An interview with UniCredit’s Paolo Cederle
01/09/2013 (McKinsey Quarterly)

Creating a business-integrated services company: An interview with UniCredit’s Paolo Cederle

Paolo Cederle embarked on a transformation journey daunting in both scale and scope when UniCredit Business Integrated Solutions was launched in January 2012. The multiservices company, created by integrating and consolidating 16 existing UniCredit services companies, now has 11,000 staff in[..]
McKinsey & Company
McKinsey Quarterly
Economic Conditions Snapshot, September 2013: McKinsey Global Survey results
01/09/2013 (McKinsey Quarterly)

Economic Conditions Snapshot, September 2013: McKinsey Global Survey results

Global executives are increasingly positive about the direction of the world economy, though in our latest survey on economic conditions, the source of their optimism has shifted away from emerging markets and toward the developed world. For the first time since we posed the question 18 months[..]
McKinsey & Company
McKinsey Quarterly
Resource revolution: Tracking global commodity markets
01/09/2013 (McKinsey Global Institute)

Resource revolution: Tracking global commodity markets

It may be tempting to view recent declines in commodity prices as the end of the resource “supercycle”—the period of sharp price rises and heightened volatility since the turn of the 21st century. Yet rumors of the supercycle’s death are greatly exaggerated. Despite[..]
Richard Dobbs, Jeremy Oppenheim, Fraser Thompson, Sigurd Mareels, Scott Nyquist, Sunil Sanghvi
McKinsey Global Institute
Measuring the full impact of digital capital
01/07/2013 (McKinsey Quarterly)

Measuring the full impact of digital capital

On July 31, 2013, the US Bureau of Economic Analysis released, for the first time, GDP figures categorizing research and development as fixed investment. It will join software in a new category called intellectual-property products. In our knowledge-based economy, this is a sensible move[..]
Jacques Bughin, James Manyika
McKinsey Quarterly
Urban world: The shifting global business landscape
01/10/2013 (McKinsey Global Institute)

Urban world: The shifting global business landscape

Emerging markets are changing where and how the world does business. For the last three decades, they have been a source of low-cost but increasingly skilled labor. Their fast-growing cities are filled with millions of new and increasingly prosperous consumers, who provide a new growth market[..]
Richard Dobbs, Jaana Remes, Sven Smit, James Manyika, Jonathan Woetzel, Yaw Agyenim-Boateng
McKinsey Global Institute
How to make a city great
01/09/2013 (McKinsey Quarterly)

How to make a city great

What makes a great city? It is a pressing question because by 2030, 5 billion people—60 percent of the world’s population—will live in cities, compared with 3.6 billion today, turbocharging the world’s economic growth. Leaders in developing nations must cope with urbanization[..]
Shannon Bouton, David Cis, Lenny Mendonca, Herbert Pohl, Jaana Remes, Henry Ritchie, Jonathan Woetzel
McKinsey Quarterly
A cost curve to improve road safety
01/09/2013 (McKinsey Quarterly)

A cost curve to improve road safety

Each year, traffic crashes kill more than 1.2 million people around the world and injure up to 50 million. In fact, they are the leading cause of death among people 15 to 29 years old and cost the global economy around $518 billion. Many of these casualties are preventable, but governments[..]
Giancarlo Ghislanzoni, Gilad Myerson, Alessandro Faure Ragani
McKinsey Quarterly
Managing when vendor and supplier risk becomes your own
01/07/2013 (McKinsey Quarterly)

Managing when vendor and supplier risk becomes your own

The rising tide of regulatory scrutiny stemming from the global financial crisis has now reached beyond banks, to the companies that supply them. Under the broad notion that activities can be outsourced, but responsibility can’t, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and other[..]
Hamid Samandari, John Walsh, Emily Yueh
McKinsey Quarterly
Disruptive technologies: Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy
23/05/2013 (McKinsey Global Institute)

Disruptive technologies: Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy

The relentless parade of new technologies is unfolding on many fronts. Almost every advance is billed as a breakthrough, and the list of “next big things” grows ever longer. Not every emerging technology will alter the business or social landscape—but some truly do have the[..]
James Manyika, Michael Chui, Jacques Bughin, Richard Dobbs, Peter Bisson, Alex Marrs
McKinsey Global Institute