The McKinsey Podcast

The McKinsey Podcast

Published by: McKinsey & Company
97 Episodes | First Released: Nov 10 '15 | 🇺🇸
The McKinsey Podcast, our new flagship podcast series, takes you inside our global firm, and features conversations with experts on issues that matter most in business and management. McKinsey & Company is a management-consulting firm that helps businesses, governments, and not-for-profit organizations realize their most important goals. Topics covered in this series include strategy, technology, leadership, marketing, operations, organization, and the role of business in society.
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danreview1111
Oct 18 '19
Rating:   2
Hard to listen to

Both difficult to hear and the interviewer is difficult to stand. Very over dramatic.

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kaymckinsey
Jun 4 '19
Rating:   4
Super hard to hear

Please turn up the volume. People listen on trains and buses and is hard to hear anything

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jongukljh
May 28 '19
Rating:   6
Speak up!

I live the content of this podcast. Obsession comes to mind as a description of my relationship to it. However the volume is a lot lower than other podcasts I to which I listen. Maybe I’m crazy but I think it’s true.

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denny vdm
Aug 30 '18
Rating:   8
Global Financial Security

Good job looking back at the reason for the recession nearly 10 years ago. The banks are given credit for the lion share of the collapse in the markets and home ownership. But you need to go back further and study why the banks were in that spot. Home ownership became an entitlement during the Bush and Clinton era. Home ownership was an American right. Banks were loaning 110% more or less over appraisals. The feds supported it. Home ownership is and must be a privilege that is earned over time being a good steward of financial resources.

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Carl from chicago
Apr 7 '18
Rating:   10
McKinsey Podcast Provides Valuable Content for Business Leaders

McKinsey is arguably the top strategic consulting firm in the world. The McKinsey podcast draws on their vast research and knowledge base to find relevant topics and interview top leaders such as CEO’s and respected authors to pull apart key topics.The podcast is well produced, of a consistent length, and with little commercial interruptions.

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Good Fun MJL
Nov 2 '17
Rating:   4
Terrible Audio; good, not great, content

The audio is so terrible it’s a burden to listen to. The content is good or better than good. HBR and Inc. have podcast models McKinsey could emulate to make this a great series!

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Beepboop123532
Sep 9 '17
Rating:   4
Please turn up the volume

The output volume is very quiet, even at full device volume

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The ssen
Jul 26 '17
Rating:   6
Scripted and generic

Great topics but the dialogue is clearly scripted and overly generic. A16Z is how a business podcast should sound. Spontaneity, debate and rich stories.

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Metro36
Dec 28 '16
Rating:   10
I get a lot from listening to these

McKInsey does a great job with these podcasts. I learn so much from the wealth of knowledge and insignts they possess. Now I see why McKinsey is the gold standard for business success.

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masterbluestar
Aug 2 '16
Rating:   4
Audio quality is bad & articles are read on Podcast

I have a pet peeve about Podcasts that don't pay attention to audio quality. Some of them make it unbearable to listen to. I simply can't stand listening to shoddy audio quality that sounds like it was recorded in a reverberating toilet stall at bus stop on the highway. :) Please!

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Goranger22
Apr 23 '16
Rating:   10
Great insight

Good way to learn from McKinsey thought leadership

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GTown3
Dec 31 '15
Rating:   10
Back up again

Good to see these shows on the regular again.

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Strawberry Burrito
Nov 25 '15
Rating:   6
Good information

As you would expect, good source of information.

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