McKinsey China

McKinsey China

Jan 12, 2:18 AM

The McKinsey Global Institute is releasing a new report on the impact of automation on jobs and productivity tomorrow. Embargoed copies for media:

Nov 30, 4:22 AM

McKinsey's Greater China practice is looking to hire a native English writer+editor to create content in a variety of formats and for a range of internal and external channels. This exciting role is based in Shanghai or Beijing. Please send your CV, cover note, and at least 5 of your best and most recent writing samples to before December 9

Nov 18, 7:40 AM

McKinsey Names Albert Chang Managing Partner of its Taiwan Office Global management consulting firm McKinsey & Company is pleased to announce that Albert Chang has been named the new Managing Partner of its Taiwan Office. He succeeds Bill Wiseman, who has served as the Managing Partner of McKinsey Taiwan for the past 7 years. Wiseman, a Senior Partner who leads McKinseys Product Development and Advanced Analytics Practices in Asia, will continue to be based in Taipei. Chang was born to Taiwanese parents who emigrated to the US to pursue their education. He was born and raised in San Francisco and attended Stanford University, where he earned his Bachelors degree, before earning his J.D. from Harvard Law School. Chang also studied economics at Oxford University for one year while he was at Stanford. Before moving to Taipei four years ago, Chang worked in McKinseys Los Angeles Office for three years. He advises leading domestic and multinational firms in the high tech and advanced electronics industries on a range of issues pertaining to strategy, operations, and technology. Chang is a leader in McKinseys Advanced Industries and High Tech Practices in Greater China. He is also a leader in McKinseys Recovery and Transformation Services Practice, where he helps companies undertake comprehensive, multi-year performance transformations that lead to renewed growth and profitability. As the leader of McKinseys rapidly growing Taiwan Office, Chang will focus on deepening the level of client service the firm provides to its existing clients, while expanding its service into several new ones. Chang will also bring McKinseys innovative service lines to clients in Taiwan, including their capabilities in innovation and new business-building, digital transformation, data analytics, and product design. In addition to his work advising clients, Chang is a member of the Board of Governors of the American Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan. Taiwan is at a unique turning point in its remarkable economic journey. I am excited about the opportunity to bring the best of McKinseys global capabilities, combined with our deep understanding of the local market, to our clients in Taiwan, said Chang. Albert brings a wealth of experience helping companies tackle their toughest business challenges. Hes also a leader who inspires the people he works with. We are very pleased that he will be leading the next wave of growth and impact for McKinseys Taiwan Office, said Nick Leung, Managing Partner of McKinseys Greater China Office. About McKinsey Taiwan McKinsey is widely considered the worlds leading global management consulting firm. Founded in 1926, McKinsey has more than 20,000 Partners, Consultants, and professional support staff in more than 110 offices in over 60 countries. McKinsey was the first global consulting firm to establish a permanent presence in Taiwan in 1990, and has since grown to nearly 100 consultants and professional support staff. The firm has worked with several of Taiwans leading companies in the high tech, advanced electronics, finance, energy, and retail sectors.

Nov 3, 8:23 AM

Can anyone make money from music streaming in Asia? Find out in our new report tomorrow. Embargoes copies for media:


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