McKinsey Quarterly

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The McKinsey Quarterly
Categories Business management
Frequency Quarterly
Publisher McKinsey & Company
First issue 1964
Website www.mckinsey.com/insights/mckinsey_quarterly
ISSN 00475394

The McKinsey Quarterly is a business magazine for senior executives focused on management and organizational theory. It is written primarily by McKinsey consultants and alumni, with some guest authors.[1] It also publishes research from the McKinsey Global Institute, which was founded in 1990 and conducts original research on economic issues.[2][3] The magazine is published quarterly and has one special issue each year. McKinsey clients are given early access to upcoming issues.[4] McKinsey & Company provides two awards each year for articles that had the greatest impact on management based on the assessment of a panel of judges from the business community.[5] The magazine was founded in 1964.[5] It was initially an internal document at McKinsey & Company shared with consultants and clients, until it was published more broadly in the 1990s.[6] It is also indexed in Business Periodicals Index.[7]

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  1. ^ Submissions, McKinsey, retrieved December 19, 2013 
  2. ^ William W. Lewis (1 September 2005). The Power of Productivity: Wealth, Poverty, and the Threat to Global Stability. University of Chicago Press. pp. 11–. ISBN 978-0-226-47700-8. 
  3. ^ Larry E. Greiner; Flemming Poulfelt (23 July 2009). Management Consulting Today and Tomorrow: Perspectives and Advice from 27 Leading World Experts. Routledge. pp. 417–. ISBN 978-0-203-87507-0. 
  4. ^ About the Quarterly, McKinsey & Company, retrieved December 19, 2013 
  5. ^ a b Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez (2012). The Focused Organization: How Concentrating on a Few Key Initiatives Can Dramatically Improve Strategy Execution. Gower Publishing, Ltd. p. 56. ISBN 978-1-4094-5936-1. 
  6. ^ Hill, Andrew (September 10, 2014). "Quarterly growth – McKinsey and the inflation of management ideas". Financial Times. 
  7. ^ "catalog record". New York Public Library. Retrieved December 19, 2014. 

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