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Response to: “Applying Global Trends: A Look At China’s Auto Industry” in McKinsey Quarterly

Published on July 27, 2010 By Steven Weiss

McKinsey Quarterly accepted the following Steven Weiss comment to this article: https://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Applying_global_trends_A_look_at_Chinas_auto_industry_2643 Assumption-based planning would also be an important tool in monitoring the progress of each scenario. It would provide an additional discipline to think through the problem and the remedies. Furthermore, what Mr. Weiss couldn’t include in the comment are the following observations: By [...]

Companies That Have Disregarded Previous Instructions And Those That Have Not

Published on July 15, 2010 By Steven Weiss

HAVE • Apple: The largest mobile device company in the world. • Google: Has a healthy disregard for the impossible. • The Coca-Cola Company: Pioneer in distribution, marketing, advertising. • US Army: From fighting wars to nation building. • Nike: Refined and redefined running shows and cradle to cradle sustainability. • Patagonia: First to pledge [...]