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He also emphasizes the firm's defense that they only provide advice; others choose whether to implement it. A fast-paced account of a key business institution, its deeds and misdeeds.Read Full Review of The Firm: The Story of McKins... | See more reviews from Kirkus
That creative faculty is something that McKinsey has not been able to provide and perhaps a core of creative types, design thinkers and other out of the box ideators is what McKinsey needs to become relevant again in the new changed business landscape where innovation is of such immense importance.Read Full Review of The Firm: The Story of McKins... | See more reviews from Blog Critics
"The Firm" offers a good dissection of the collapse of McKinsey's most notorious client, Enron, vaporized by the company's CEO (and McKinsey alumnus) Jeffrey Skilling, now a guest of the U.S. government.Read Full Review of The Firm: The Story of McKins... | See more reviews from WSJ online
...through an expert accretion of damning detail, McDonald builds a convincing case that, for better and (mostly) worse, McKinsey became the quintessential American business of the 20th century.Read Full Review of The Firm: The Story of McKins...
The book sites a large number of works to compile the book, plus it is noted McKinsey & Company was cooperative in the author’s research. The author is a financial journalist.Read Full Review of The Firm: The Story of McKins...
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