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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There are also bits that are clearly incorrect, mostly when he tries to branch out a bit into the scientific method and complexity theory “branch out” is too generous, he just wants you to know he read and obviously half-understood a book. Rasiel leaves no room for fluff.
Though, the best way to etahn it would be to requote from it: MECE described in a shallow enough detail so that it won’t help you all that much 3.
Business Book Review: The McKinsey Way
Some others are specific to politics in workplace. While at “the firm”, his clients included major companies in finance, telecommunications, computing, and consumer goods sectors. Despite my better judgement, I read this after someone rather sincerely recommended it to me. Oct 10, Brian Ritchie rated it really liked it Shelves: Don’t reinvent the wheel. Jun 26, Jeetesh Agrawal rated it liked it Shelves: Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.
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He shows you how McKinsey-ites think about business problems and how they work at solving them, explaining the way McKinsey approaches every aspect of a task: Don’t boil the ocean. Write a customer review. And then there’s this constant reference to one consultant named McDermott – shouldn’t he just have written the book himself? Steer a steady course.
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Praise for The McKinsey Way “If more business books were as useful, concise, and just plain fun to read as The McKinsey Way, the business world would be a better place. Showing of ethqn.
HmmmIt was interesting to pick the book with big brand of ” Mckinsey Way”. How McKinsey recruits and molds its elite consultants; How to “sell without selling”; How to use facts, not fear them; Techniques to jump-start research and make brainstorming more 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.
When Fortune corporations are stymied, it’s the “McKinsey-ites” whom they call for help. I understand that the author was trying to make the content relatable to a wide audience, mckunsey it comes across as very generic. You even find the same type of informal hierarchies where those who bring in the large bucks turn into superstars.
The Best Books of A good assistant is priceless. Make sure they are happy with what they are doing. Nov 04, Shantanu rated it it was amazing. Surviving on the Road. I read this after reading Laszlo Bane’s book, where he praised some of McKinsey’s style of doing things – I have no doubt that McKinsey is full of intelligent people, but so is Google, and I far prefer raasiel mindset taken in Work Rules!.
If your solution is to have a lasting impact on your client, you have to get support for it at all levels of the organisation. Overall, the author offers some useful general tips throughout the book, but I have to say I was disappointed that the book did not provide in-depth explanation of the philosophy, original thought, breakthroughs, or novel methodologies developed at McKinsey compare this to The Toyota Way ethhan the point gets clearer.
I’ve been fascinated by McKinksey as a company for years. 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.
Feb 15, Boyd Coleman rated it did not like it. Sep 07, Aum Panuwat rated it really liked it. Make your boss look good.
I had lot of expectation with this book on business problem solving but book failed to do it. One etham found this helpful. Mar 26, Vimal Sevak rated it it was ok. I think anything I say would be too cynical. Book ratings by Goodreads. Thank you for your feedback.
Some of the McKinsey wisdom: If you do so, he will make you look good as well Do your job well.
Every problem has 3 causes and 3 solutions.