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Business Book Review: The McKinsey Way
It’s interesting though as there are few books getting even close to this. Aug 06, Mohan rated it really liked it.
Easy to read, but a lot of gimmick that praises McKinsey or author achievements too much. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. This book is a light read for those who want a brief overview of Mc Kinsey.
Talk to your teammates. I found the last two sections quoting the most important and the aay memorable experiences of various McKinsey employees etuan most interesting parts. Find Your Own Mentor. Refresh and try again. I read the reviews and I thought I knew what to expect.
I think this would be a good book to buy if you want to enter into consulting or are looking to work for McKinsey. Probably only the first half of the book is any important for a reader, and that too scratches only the surface of what you might already very well know. This book does not reinvent the wheel, speaks about fact based structured analysis of the firm. Doing deeper and deeper analysis. HmmmIt was interesting to pick the book with big brand of ” Mckinsey Way”.
You will raise unrealistic expectations and it is hard mkcinsey regain credibility once you fail to meet them. How is this analysis useful? If you are an expert in business maybe this book is mdkinsey for you but with you want to give it a shot just read it without any preconceptions and maybe you can learn something.
It will certainly help those of use who cannot afford McKinsey! Books by Ethan M.
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Though, the best way to characterise it would be to requote from it: All of the critical steps assembling a team, managing a hierarchy, doing research, conducting interviews, brainstorming are broken down into specific actions and fleshed out with applicable examples that Rasiel has gathered through interviews with dozens of other former McKinsey employees.
I was thinking of someday getting an awful one. Sometimes problems may be unsolvable. Both a behind-the-scenes look at one of the most admired and secretive companies in the business world and a toolkit of problem-solving techniques without peer, THE MCKINSEY WAY is fascinating reading that empowers every business decision maker to become a better strategic player in any organization.
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Three items in list, three hypothesis, three actionable items, etc. If you’re unfamiliar with the approach of consultants, this book will be a good read, but if you’re decently read or have prepared previously for consulting interviews, there is not much of value in this book and I suggest you skip it. If they are unhappy, take remedial action quickly. Combine it with cultivated guessing Selling the study Mckinsey never sells or advertises, it markets by very valuable insights and publications.
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. They both have flat organizations, fact based meritocracies where anything that brings results is considered regardless of whom came up with it and also relatively young persons are given heavy responsibilities.
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A good assistant is priceless. Both a behind-the-scenes look at one of the most admired and secretive companies in the business world and a toolkit of problem-solving techniques without peer, THE MCKINSEY WAY is fascinating reading wau empowers every business decision maker to become a better strategic player in any organization. Though some of the lessons are generalist in nature, Rasiel was writing for a wider audience. The Lords of Strategy: Easy cost savings we can show the client as soon as possible to justify our fees.
The McKinsey Way
Print edition purchase must be sold by Amazon. A book with a little more deep dive into McKinsey strategy than McKinsey Mind but focused well on how to present and get a buy in from your clients. However, it is a very simple read touting the basic tenets of problem solving, the lifestyle of a consultant, the “firm”‘s ethos touched upon on a superficial basis.
Looking for beautiful books? This is a dual tail. For this book he interviewed a large number of former and present McKinseyites. Rasiel leaves no room for fluff.