We talk with McKinsey partners and corporate executives on the challenges they face creating lasting strategies in a fast-changing world. We also examine the different ways these executives approach these challenges and the new and innovative ways they think of creating a vision for their enterprises.
140. How ambidextrous leaders manage through volatile times
In this episode we discuss strategy in an age of volatility. How are business leaders honing their edge in three critical areas–insights, commitment, and execution–to successfully navigate this period of uncertainty?
139. The board's role in building resilience
Corporate resilience requires both protecting against the downside and preparing to capture the upside from any shocks. In this episode, three experts discuss the board's role in building that resilience.
138. Transformational performance management
Transformational performance management can mobilize organizations to set and achieve ambitious targets
137. Creating value with M&A: A conversation with XPO CEO Brad Jacobs
Brad Jacobs shares the lessons from his extensive deal-making experience.
136. Choosing a blueprint for growth
Driving sustainable, inclusive growth requires the right mindset, strategy, and capabilities.
135. Richard Rumelt on what separates good strategy from bad
Good strategy is more than achieving certain results. But why do so many get it wrong?
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I really liked the strategy to focus on customer first during this challenging economical times. We are all struggling! Doing the analysis on Net Disposable was great and taking action to care for employee first.