Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 2002, 218 pages
McKinsey & Co. is renowned throughout the world for its ability to arrive at sharp, insightful analyses of its clients' business situations then provide solutions that are as ingenious as they are effective. McKinsey succeeds almost as well at shielding its revolutionary methods from competitors' scrutiny.
Now, The McKinsey Mind pulls back the curtain to reveal the ways in which McKinsey consultants consistently deliver their magic and how those methods can be used to achieve exceptional results in companies from 10 employees to 10,000. Packed with insights and brainstorming exercises for establishing the McKinsey mind-set, this book is an in-depth guidebook for applying McKinsey methods in any industry and organizational environment.
Taking a step-by-step approach, The McKinsey Mind looks at the McKinsey mystique from every angle. Owners, executives, consultants, and team leaders can look to this comprehensive treatment for ways to:
Following the way, here comes the mind. Not even close to as brilliant as the way, but with a little different focus.