ETHAN RASIEL MCKINSEY WAY PDF

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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A great “shallow dive” or “snorkel” into what is probably a dated model of McKinsey operations. 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 mvkinsey 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 jckinsey working in high-pressure organizations.

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Rasiel leaves no room for fluff. If you’re unfamiliar with the approach of consultants, this book will be a good read, but if you’re decently read or have prepared previously for consulting interviews, there is not much of value in this book and I suggest you skip it. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. If only it were true! It helped me understand what I really want to do, and where to start.

However, this book serves as a handy one-piece guide. The techniques are pretty much the same as for another inquisitive group of persons, journalists. Definitely a must read for a beginner consultant.

Probably only the first half of the book is any important for a reader, and that too scratches only the surface of what you might already very well know.

I read the reviews and I thought I knew what to expect. What are you trying to achieve? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. That’s not how you solve problems, that’s how you sell solutions to clients! If you do so, he will make you look good as well Do your job well. Clothing, Tools—writing pad etc. Ships from and sold by Amazon. Hardcoverpages. Try to look it as an adventure.

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No trivia or quizzes yet. And then there’s this constant reference to one consultant named McDermott – shouldn’t he just have written the book himself?

The McKinsey Way

If you are an expert in business maybe this book i I really enjoyed reading this book but I don’t know if you like Management Consulting Firms as I do. When Fortune corporations are stymied, it’s the “McKinsey-ites” whom they call for help. Anyway, this was a suggested reading in a course I’ve taken, and I’m glad I’ve finally been able to read it! By being disciplined in using good practices the Firm gets a head start compared to mckimsey others.

You will raise unrealistic expectations and it is hard to regain credibility once you fail to meet them. This mckinxey does not reinvent the wheel, speaks about fact based structured analysis of the “Fact based, structured thinking combined with professional etham will get you on the road to your business goals.

Business Book Review: The McKinsey Way

How McKinsey recruits and mckisey 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 dasiel 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.

Share a pre-read Purpose of brainstorming is to generate new ideas—leave preconceptions out of the room; bring the facts, but find new ways of looking at them Remember: If you have been a consultant, nothing new ethhan you here. By the end I was half-disappointed and was wondering what the true motive of the book was!

Penetrate the McKinsey mystique and learn the secrets of the world’s most sought after consulting firm. Key takeaways from book for any professional trying to climb up in its organisation or career: If they are unhappy, take remedial action quickly. The soft skills highlighted here could have saved me years etjan self reflection: It will certainly help those of use who cannot afford McKinsey! It will be crisp and productive. Completely useless client operations and staff that even a child could lay off.

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Feb 25, Rajesh rated it liked it. Highly recommended read for anyone who enjoys breaking down hard problems into manageable subproblems. If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. Some really helpful advise and tips. Create an Initial Hypothesis IH at the first meeting itself. Some of the McKinsey wisdom: Over-communication is always better than under-communication Three keys to an effective message Keep a message concise Ensure your message contains everything your audience needs to know Ensure the message has a structure Always look over your wya maintain confidentiality Managing Internal communication Keep Client team on your side Engage the Client in the process.

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. This is the most worthless book ever written.

Doing deeper and deeper analysis. Mcinsey a certain pride, bordering on arrogance, rassiel comes with associated an entire identity with a “Firm” – one that’s not unfamiliar to me, having worked in a large, global law firm – the pride is a necessary justification for the long hours a fact often repeated in this bookthe high fees and what amounts to essentially mistreatment.

Out of date because this book was written pre- digital age 2.

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