[Ebook] ➩ The McKinsey Way: Using the Techniques of the World's Top Strategic Consultants to Help You and Your Business By Ethan Rasiel – Tactical-player.co.uk


The McKinsey Way: Using the Techniques of the World's Top Strategic Consultants to Help You and Your Business If Business Books Were As Useful, Concise, And Just Plain Fun To Read As THE MCKINSEY WAY, The Business World Would Be A Better Place Julie Bick, Best Selling Author Of ALL I REALLY NEED TO KNOW IN BUSINESS I LEARNED AT MICROSOFT Enlivened By Witty Anecdotes, THE MCKINSEY WAY Contains Valuable Lessons On Widely Diverse Topics Such As Marketing, Interviewing, Team Building, And Brainstorming Paul H Zipkin, Vice Dean, The Fuqua School Of Business It S Been Called A Breeding Ground For Gurus McKinsey How To Sell Without Selling How To Use Facts, Not Fear Them Techniques To Jump Start Research And Make Brainstorming Productive How To Build And Keep A Team At The Top Its Game Powerful Presentation Methods, Including The Famous Waterfall Chart, Rarely Seen Outside McKinsey How To Get Ultimate Buy In To Your Findings Survival Tips For Working In High Pressure Organizations 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



8 thoughts on “The McKinsey Way: Using the Techniques of the World's Top Strategic Consultants to Help You and Your Business

  1. says:

    Started very promising but the final few chapters,in my opinion, trailed off a little I got the most useful points in the earlier chapters I d still recommend the read overall.


  2. says:

    Go for a walk instead There are pages on what to do if you have an overnight trip than the all important matter of how to EXECUTE the strategy which extends to 1.75 pages


  3. says:

    This book scratches the surface It s not bad but the author touches some good topics without going into depth One gets the feeling that he didn t make the cut at McKinsey and therefore only worked there for three years A book about McKinsey s approach and methods could be great This is just okay.


  4. says:

    Great read if you re looking for something which is not too heavy It s a great inspiration, but it s not very in depth I enjoyed reading it while commuting with public transportation Each chapter is approximately 10 pages, so I could easily read a chapter on my way to work.If you re looking for a textbook, this is not the one you want If you re looking for inspiration which is very approachable, this is the book for you.


  5. says:

    its good


  6. says:

    A great insight and value added


  7. says:

    Recently I read this book I thought of writing down the salient points so that I do not forget.Building the solution Fact based Rigidly structured Hypothesis drivenThe problem is not always the problem.Don t reinvent wheel but every client is unique.Follow 80 20 rule Work smarter not harder.Find key drivers in business.Know your solution so that you can precisely explain to your client in 30 seconds.Break the problem into small bits and try to solve each pa


  8. says:

    I m glad I borrowed the book, rather than purchase it Whilst it contains a few interesting tips introducing techniques like MECE and 80 20 on the whole, it is very lightweight, anecdotal and brief The whole book can be read in a couple days quite easily and falls far short as a practical guide to consulting It does provide some insight into McKinsey s working culture though.I ve read a few other books lately, like The Management Consultant and Key Strategy Tool


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