Description - McKinsey Mind by Ethan M. Rasiel
A guide to putting McKinsey & Company concepts and skills into action, this book explains, step by step, how to use McKinsey tools, techniques and strategies to solve an array of core business problems and to make any business venture more successful. The book follows the format of "lesson headings" which focus on implementation and expand upon lessons with examples, parables and exercises. It can be used together with "The McKinsey Way" or as a stand-alone guide. Like its precursor, "The McKinsey Mind" relies heavily on stories from McKinsey alumni, but with a different focus. While the earlier book examined the experiences of former McKinseyites during their time at the firm, this volume explores how they used the skills they learned in their careers post-McKinsey. The recent outflow of McKinseyites into dot-com companies means a strong emphasis on implementing McKinsey skills in the "New Economy".
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Author Biography - Ethan M. Rasiel
Ethan M. Rasiel was a consultant in McKinsey & Co.'s New York office. His clients included major companies in finance, telecommunications, computing, and consumer goods sectors. Prior to joining McKinsey, Rasiel, who earned an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, was an equity fund manager at Mercury Asset Management in London, as well as an investment banker.
Paul N. Friga worked for McKinsey & Co. in the Pittsburgh office after receiving his MBA from the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina. He has conducted consulting projects relating to international expansion, acquisition and strategic planning, education, water, and other industries. He has also consulted for Price Waterhouse. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Strategy at Kenan-Flagler and is Acting Director of the North Carolina Knowledge Management Center.