It is presented in a clear fashion and gives some great examples that are consistent throughout the book.
This is a great book for someone looking for specific methods and examples for practical consulting or problem solving.
His TEAM FOCUS model is easy to follow and can make simple and complex problems easier to solve effectively.
overall it's a good book with useful real life tactics and examples that I was looking for. I used two of them right away in my projects. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bishan Zhou
it's more descriptivo than anything else, it helps you to understand the mckinsey culture and gives you some light on how things are done by them. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Marcos Ramírez Gundelach
This is a great book for someone looking for specific methods and examples for practical consulting or problem solving. Read morePublished 6 months ago by reginald Anderson
The second book in the trilogy was rubbish and just a rehash of the Mckinsey Way.
This book takes a more academic approach. Read more
This is the latest, best but to be frank - hopefully the last of a trilogy of books on the methods used by the management consulting firm McKinsey (The McKinsey Way and The... Read morePublished 12 months ago by investingbythebooks
I bought this text because it was required for my doctoral class. I am using it now and it has some excellent information. That is all I can say. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Soapy
Because I bought it and I am very disappointed in this and the other books of this author; the "McKinsey Mind" and "McKinsey Way":-(
I got MUCH MORE and BETTER info... Read more
I think this is a good book, with the focus on team development and problem solving. Nothing, however, is really all that revolutionary in this work. Read morePublished on September 26, 2010 by Nicholas Assef