The McKinsey Way by Ethan M. Rasiel, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Today we take a look at The McKinsey Way, a book written by a former Associate at McKinsey, Ethan M. Rasiel, who is also the co-author of. Results 1 – 15 of 15 The McKinsey Way: Using the Techniques of the World’s Top Strategic Consultants to Help You and Your Business by Ethan Rasiel and a.
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Keep your client team on your side. Definitely a must read for a beginner consultant. Whatever your opinion is of The Firm, McKinseyites take some hugely valuable assets with them when they leave it. Some people even recommend it as useful for the “” crowd, but I would charge even for the average achiever in college the book falls short of expectations and is not worth owning.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. If you have been a consultant, nothing new for you here. The corporate culture at McKinsey sounds strikingly similar to the one on the corporate finance departments at investment banks.
The McKinsey Way
Make your boss look good. No other consultant wants me on their project. Find that person or work and save your time. This book could use updating.
Lists with This Book. Quotes from The McKinsey Way. Table of contents Part I: Business book at it its tripest. The problem should be broken down into issues which are MECE, means no overlap between 2 issues and at the same time all the issues should cover all the parts of the problem Hypothesis-driven: Some of the McKinsey wisdom: A recommended read – especially if you’re very early in your career as an Analyst or Consultant.
Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. 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.
Read it if you are interested in management consulting and want a book you can scan in mckisney sessions.
Interesting enough but not super insightful. Advice is very high level; not exactly a deep dive into McKinsey practices but more of an overview of problem solving and critical thinking as it relates to projects. Get to Know Us. No deep insights regarding consultant nor how to get into Mc Kinsey. The author has only worked in “the Firm” for less than three years, and hasn’t written anything that could put him in trouble having signed the NDA, of course.
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Look for the Kindle MatchBook icon on print and Kindle book detail pages of qualifying books. He gives insight into how top consultants think and structure their problem-solving. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Am now weighing whether to ‘restructure’ that relationship after rasieo this book’s rapidly deteriorating prose for 2 hours.
A great “shallow dive” or “snorkel” into what is probably a dated model of McKinsey operations. Ethan Raisel is a former McKinsey consultant who also h This is a dual tail.
Selling the study Mckinsey wxy sells or advertises, it markets by very valuable insights and publications. Sep 07, Aum Panuwat rated it really liked it. The way to success is to solve hundreds of little problems Make sure the solution fits for your client and they can implement it.
Three items in list, three hypothesis, three actionable items, etc. Feb 04, Prashant rated it really liked it.
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May 23, Gustavo Carvalho rated it really liked it Shelves: Mar 14, TarasProkopyuk rated it really liked kckinsey Shelves: If only it were true! The analysis is correct in its broad conclusions. The text reads pages which sounds like a fair amount but the font is big and there is a lot of white space so the reader mxkinsey finish the book in no time.
Don’t boil the ocean. So, either McKinsey is actually that way which is implausible or, as it may seem, the book falls short to deliver what its title promises.
It could do with a decent editor. But if you want to find out ehhan makes McKinsey’s business practice so special and so much better than its competitors, the book leaves a lot wanting. If you are an expert in business maybe this book is not for you but with you want to give it a shot just read it without any preconceptions and maybe you can learn something.
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