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Consultants are paid to worry

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McKinsey Digital Assessment

Management Consulted

We have to give credit where credit is due – McKinsey is trying to make recruiting (somewhat) fun. One of the more recent additions to McKinsey’s recruiting process is the McKinsey Digital Assessment, a video game that is used to … Continue Reading.

The secret ingredient of successful big deals: Organizational health


Creating value from a merger is not easy. Acquirers that get it right start with an overlooked advantage: a healthy organization. Insights on Organization



Kai Davis

Value is Impact divided by Effort. High Impact, low Effort? That’s valuable. Low Impact, high Effort? That’s not as valuable. What does Effort mean for a client when they’re paying you to do the work? They aren’t putting in the sweat equity of Effort themselves, you are.

Assessing the Five Styles of Enterprise Business Intelligence

The world of BI and analytics has evolved. Discover the five styles of reporting and analysis, and learn the pros and cons of each in an enterprise scenario.

Mapping the automotive software-and-electronics landscape through 2030


The market for automotive software and for electrical and electronic components is expected to grow strongly in the next decade. What must companies know to succeed? Automotive & Assembly Insights

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OFSE quarterly: Firmer oil supports mild offshore recovery, while US onshore remains weak


As prospects of a longer-term structural recovery remain somewhat dim, challenges grow for oil-field services and equipment. Oil & Gas Insights


Build a Stronger Business Foundation

Martinka Consulting

I was talking with the founder of a private equity group, we got on the subject of management in the companies they’ve acquired, and he said the following to me: We’ve never worked with a firm where the owner had built a strong enough management team to have that management team run the company after we’ve bought it.

Why People Get Away with Being Rude at Work

Harvard Business

Managers go easier on high performers and friends. Assessing performance Digital Article

Open parentheses

Seth Godin Blog

Technology shows up and changes the culture. The culture then enables new industries and movements, which further change the culture. And then technology shows up and puts an end to the system we were all used to. The parentheses open, and then, perhaps, they close. The pop-rock parentheses opened with the transistor radio (kids could listen to music without their parents) and closed with streaming (no scarcity meant long tail meant no mass market).

A Brief Exercise to Spur Innovation on Your Team

Harvard Business

All it takes is a piece of paper and three questions. Innovation Leadership & Managing people Creativity Digital Article

When the Heir Apparent Is the Wrong Choice for CEO

Harvard Business

Your shortlist probably needs to be longer. Succession planning Corporate governance Leadership transitions Digital Article

Don’t Set an Agenda Before Important Meetings

Harvard Business

Create one together instead. Meetings Creativity Digital Article