Aviation emissions occur across all lengths of flight, including short haul, where novel, green propulsion can be part of the decarbonization solution.
The COVID-19 outbreak is a human tragedy and has a growing impact on the global economy. This is McKinsey's evolving take on coronavirus' business implications.
While Europe’s B2B start-ups are becoming competitive, start-ups, investors, and corporates will need to share expertise and work as partners to realize the region’s full entrepreneurial potential.
«Three factors are likely to boost the growth potential of B2B start-ups in Europe: first, they provide great value for money; second, they profit from a mature regional ecosystem; and third, the European business landscape with its need for innovation is fertile ground for growing new innovation champions.»
Most digital strategies don’t reflect how digital is changing economic fundamentals, industry dynamics, or what it means to compete. Companies should watch out for five pitfalls.
Focus on digital strategy now -- during the coronavirus crisis -- to provide near-term help to employees, customers, and the broad set of stakeholders.
AI in banking may be the next big differentiator. Success requires a holistic transformation spanning multiple layers of the organization.
Companies can determine whether they should invest in the blockchain market by focusing on specific use cases and their position.
Generative AI has hit the ground running—so fast that it can feel hard to keep up. Here’s a quick take pulled from our top articles and reports on the subject.
Agriculture must embrace a digital, connectivity-fueled transformation in order to overcome increasing demand and several disruptive forces.
Organizations are clear that postpandemic working will be hybrid. After that, the details get hazy.
Gen AI is evolving at record speed while CEOs are still learning the technology’s business value and risks. Here, we offer some of the generative AI essentials.
A chatbot may not take your job—but it will almost certainly change it. Here’s how to start thinking about putting gen AI to work for you.
The industry is on the verge of a seismic, tech-driven shift. A focus on four areas can position carriers to embrace this change.
Insurance companies have the opportunity to create new sources of revenue by rethinking their traditional roles and adopting an ecosystem mind-set.
How to solve problems under uncertainty.
Structured problem solving strategies can be used to address almost any complex challenge in business or public policy.
Better output by working less?
Employees want more certainty about postpandemic working arrangements--even if you don’t yet know what to tell them.
Research has shown that while the need for manual skills will decline, the demand for technological, social and higher cognitive skills will increase.
«We started from four broad skill categories—cognitive, digital, interpersonal, and self-leadership—then identified 13 separate skill groups belonging to those categories.»
Which skills will citizens need in the future? We surveyed 18,000 people in 15 countries to learn more.
Preparing for the CEO role can be a challenge and a reward. These eight lessons drawn from more than 300 McKinsey Leadership Forum participants and the CEOs who advise them will benefit any top…
Which technology trends have the most momentum in an accelerating world? We ranked the top cross-industry trends that matter most for companies and executives.
«1. Applied AI 2. Next-generation computing 3. Trust architecture 4. Distributed infrastructure 5. Future of connectivity 6. Future of programming 7. Next-level process automation and virtualization 8. Bio Revolution 9. Future of clean technologies 10. Nanomaterials»
Our 2020 AI survey shows artificial intelligence has become a revenue driver and companies earning the most from AI plan to invest more in response to COVID-19.
The pandemic accelerated existing trends in remote work, e-commerce, and automation, with up to 25% more workers than previously estimated potentially needing to switch occupations.
Design thinking is a systemic, intuitive, customer-focused problem-solving approach that organizations can use to respond to rapidly changing environments and to create maximum impact.
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