Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 1999, 185 pages
McKinsey is to management as cartier is to jewels. There is no consulting firm as well-known, sought after, successful, or well-guarded as McKinsey & Company. This legendary strategic think tank has trained any of the world's greatest management thinkers and business leaders.
Business gurus, such as Tom Peters, Kenichi Ohmae, and John Katzenbach developed their laser sharp logic and acumen at McKinsey . Corporate titans such as Lou Gerstner of IBM and Harvey Golub of American Express brought the strategic thinking they learned at McKinsey to run their world-class companies.
The McKinsey Way reveals McKinsey's closely guarded management techniques — tools that will help anyone at any level think like a McKinsey consultant. In these pages, former McKinsey consultant Ethan Rasiel presents powerful ways to approach and solve even the most intractable business problems — methods you can put into practice in any organization.
Drawing on his own years on McKinsey's front lines as well as extensive interviews with current and former McKinsey-ites, Rasiel takes you though a project — an "engagement" in McKinsey-speak — to illustrate how you can benefit from McKinsey's rigorously analytical management techniques on a day-to-day basis. As you enter the world of McKinsey, you will learn such inside secrets as:
Brilliant book about how to be a management consultant.