The McKinsey Podcast, our new flagship podcast series, takes you inside our global firm, and features conversations with experts on issues that matter most in business and management. McKinsey & Company is a management-consulting firm that helps businesses, governments, and not-for-profit organizations realize their most important goals. Topics covered in this series include strategy, technology, leadership, marketing, operations, organization, and the role of business in society.
Building a learning culture that drives business forward
Too often, training programs fail. Here’s how individuals and organizations can invest in the capabilities that will help individuals and organizations thrive.
The COVID-19 vaccine: Lessons and challenges
Vaccine distribution gives hope but also proof that the pandemic is far from over.
The postpandemic state of fashion
A transformative year in the technology, trends, and tastes in fashion.
Creating a more resilient and responsive government
The pandemic has put demands on the public sector that are likely to increase.
Creating a postpandemic recovery for women in the workplace
Lareina Yee and Alexis Krivkovich talk with Diane Brady about McKinsey’s Women in the Workplace report and what employers can do to stanch the flow of women from the labor force.
Investing in Black economic mobility
Shelley Stewart III talks about closing the racial wealth gap and inclusive growth through McKinsey’s new Institute for Black Economic Mobility
I love the 7 step bullet proof problem solving process, and would love more of these type of episodes. It made me buy the book.
While some reviews appear not to like the vocabulary of the podcast, it has taught me a fair few words I did not know and would like to adopt.
Keep up the great work.
I also bought the book after listening to the podcast.
Arrogant speakers..... unprofessional
*episode about performance of Corporate China*
I find it unfortunate that scientific findings are presented in such a derogative tone. It almost sounds like the presenter is cynical about corporate China performing below expectations. I detect an undertone, which I very much dislike. That’s the reason I stopped listening. I think you should make sure the tone of your podcast is unbiased and factual instead of arrogant and cynical. Especially in a politically charged subject area.