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The McKinsey Way Indian Edition (English, Paperback, Ethan M. Rasiel)

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The McKinsey Way Indian Edition  (English, Paperback, Ethan M. Rasiel)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Mcgraw Higher Ed
    • ISBN: 9780070534070, 0070534071
    • Edition: Indian Edition, 2003
    • Pages: 208
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    The McKinsey Way, by Ethan M. Rasiel, discusses how to use the techniques of the world’s top strategic consultants to help you and your business. It also explains the strategies used by the business consultancy firm, McKinsey & Company.

    Summary of the Book

    The author, a former consultant with the McKinsey & Company, explains the principles and strategies that have made McKinsey a giant in the field of business management consultancy in the world today. It gives a framework that helps in dealing with different facets of problems and prioritizing them. It explains the process of gathering all the essential information and resources related to the problem or requirement. Coming up with definite solutions and selling the solution to the client, coping with life at the company and life after coming out of an esteemed company, are the other areas of focus of this book. The McKinsey style is based on the strong belief that all solutions should be driven by diverse theories, based on facts, and well-structured. Every business document has to conform to the mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive (MECE) framework. The consultants aim to arrive as close to an ideal solution to the problem at the initial stage itself. This is termed as the Initial Hypothesis. The book explains several such strategies at each stage of arriving at the solution – sell the idea to the client and help them implement the solutions.

    About Ethan M. Rasiel

    Ethan M. Rasiel is a business consultant who previously worked for McKinsey & Company. His other work is The McKinsey Mind. Both his works explain the McKinsey way of dealing with business problems. Rasiel has an MBA from Pennsylvania University’s Wharton School. He had also worked at Mercury Asset Management, and as an investment banker, before he joined McKinsey & Company.

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    • 2003 April
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    • Ethan M. Rasiel
    Author Info
    • "Ethan M. Rasiel joined McKinsey & Co.'s New York office in 1989 and worked there until 1992. While at ""The Firm"", his clients included major companies in finance, telecommunications, computing, and consumer goods sectors. Before working at McKinsey, he worked as an equity fund manager at Mercury Asset Management in London. He has also worked as an investment banker. He has a bachelor's degree from Princeton University and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania."
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    4

    Easy to read and relate

    This is one of those books where you can relate things to real life as you go. It is very simple, very concise and very logical. Should not take more than 3 hours to read for an average reader. But the key lies in assimilating the learning of the author.
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    Amit Sarda

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    23 Jun, 2012

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    an amazing book on how mckinsey approaches business problems, but very useful dos and donts for any one

    the author take you through all that is needed and all that is done at mckinsey to approach and solve business problems. However, the book has valuable advise on interviewing, brainstorming, team bonding, analyzing and providing workable solution. The book is grounded in the reality of business world and explains how to tackle it to solve a business problem.
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    sunil kanukuntla

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    18 May, 2012

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    a good book ,

    Mckinsey has been the firm for consulting,(among many ) , this book does not talk about the in-depth concepts of the Firm ... but a gives the reader the mckinsey's approch , thought mostly worldly ideas put in as structured summary
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    Arun%20 Prasad

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    20 Feb, 2014

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    5

    Landmark book, must read.

    A must read for anybody aspiring for a consulting career in MBB (McK, Bain, BCG). This book is the foundation of all the Consulting interview preparation companies that have mushroomed all over.

    This book can also be read by the other corporate types, there are some real nice nuggets hidden in..
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    Ashwin Kumar D P

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    20 Sep, 2014

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    Good Read

    The book is a PR exercise for McKinsey. The author clearly states in 1st section that a McKinsey is bound by the laws of the company even after he quits the company so u can't expect any -ve views of the company. The Author clearly disguises the -ves of the company with a +ve spin which you start realizing at end of 2nd or 3rd Chapter.

    Over all I recommend this book to all who are newbie to consulting or trying to explore career in consulting. Over all good read and some nice recommendatio...
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    Karthik Bharadwaj

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    9 Feb, 2012

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    Fair

    No bookmark. And I hate this. I have complained also, but still didn't get any.
    also, some pages are folded, with misprints. Guys! Kindly make sure these things after purchase.
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    Navin

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    23 Sep, 2018

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    Know the way

    It is a intriguing book that will keep you hooked, if you like like corporate stories. It might get boring for some but for me it was damn good. Being from a business research background, I could relate to a lot of things and learn about things in corporate that I was yet to learn as I am still new to this environment.
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    Soumyadeep Roy Chowdhury

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    6 Oct, 2012

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