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  • Forward Thinking on the enduring power of engineering in a digitizing world with Hayaatun Sillem
    In this episode of the McKinsey Global Institute’s Forward Thinking podcast, co-host Janet Bush talks with Hayaatun Sillem. She is the chief executive officer of the Royal Academy of Engineering in the United Kingdom—the first woman to serve in that role—and of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering. She also serves as chair of judges for The St Andrews Prize for the Environment. Sillem discusses her transition from a career as a biochemist into the world of engineering, and the work she does to promote the industry to girls and women as well as individuals from ethnic minority backgrounds. On the latter, she collaborated with seven-time Formula One world champion Sir Lewis Hamilton on a landmark study on diversity in motor sport. She answers questions including the following: — What excites you most in the world of science at the moment? — How does engineering fit into a dematerialized world? — How do we change the low share of girls and women who study engineering? — Do you feel optimistic or pessimistic that we can solve the environmental challenges facing us? This conversation was recorded in November 2021. To read a transcript of this episode, visit: https://mck.co/Sillem Follow @McKinsey_MGI on Twitter and the McKinsey Global Institute on LinkedIn for more. Read more >    Listen to the podcast (duration: 34:59) >  
    12/1/2021
    34:59
  • Forward Thinking on making labor markets work smarter—for people and companies—with Beth Cobert and Byron Auguste
    In this episode of the McKinsey Global Institute’s Forward Thinking podcast, Michael Chui talks to Byron Auguste and Beth Cobert whose professional life is dedicated to fostering a more skills-based labor market. Their focus is on the United States, but their diagnostic can just as easily apply to other countries and regions. Both worked at McKinsey & Company for many years on labor-market issues before going on to work in the Obama administration. Today, Beth is the chief operating officer of the Markle Foundation and CEO of Skillful, a Markle Foundation initiative. Byron Auguste is the co-founder and CEO of [email protected] They answer questions including the following: — Who is actually working in the US labor market? — How does the language we use—“low skill”, “high skill”—cause problems? — What could a potential future of more of a skills-based workforce look like? — If employers and people want a skills-based workforce, why aren’t we there already? — Do we all have to wait until there’s some global skills taxonomy we all use? How does this thing evolve so that it actually becomes practical? This conversation was recorded in October 2021. To read a transcript of this episode, visit: https://mck.co/BethCobertByronAuguste Follow @McKinsey_MGI on Twitter and the McKinsey Global Institute on LinkedIn for more. Read more >    Listen to the podcast (duration: 44:27) >  
    11/17/2021
    44:27
  • Forward Thinking on pandemic preparedness, climate risk, and Europe’s recovery with Guntram Wolff
    In this episode of the McKinsey Global Institute’s Forward Thinking podcast, co-host Janet Bush speaks with Guntram Wolff, the director of Bruegel, which is regularly ranked one of the top global think tanks. In early 2021, he was appointed to a new G-20 panel on pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response. Wolff discusses the challenge of being better prepared for future pandemics, climate risk in the run-up to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, and prospects for Europe’s economies as they begin to recover from the shock of the pandemic. He answers questions including the following: — With your economist’s hat on, if you had to choose, what would be the one insight you would take away from the pandemic? — What is the aim of the High Level Independent Panel on Financing the Global Commons for Pandemic Preparedness and Response? — Is the balance of incentives tipping in the right direction for an effective response to climate change? — Is Europe in good shape to recover from the pandemic? — How could the tapering of pandemic-related economic support work with the very large economic imbalances between Northern and Southern Europe? This conversation was recorded in September 2021. To read a transcript of this episode, visit: https://mck.co/GuntramWolff Follow @McKinsey_MGI on Twitter and the McKinsey Global Institute on LinkedIn for more. Read more >    Listen to the podcast (duration: 29:18) >  
    10/20/2021
    29:18
  • Forward Thinking on economies beyond COVID-19 with Michael Spence
    In this episode of the McKinsey Global Institute’s Forward Thinking podcast, co-host Janet Bush speaks with distinguished economist Michael Spence. He is professor of economics and dean emeritus at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford, senior professor at SDA Bocconi, and Nobel laureate in Economic Sciences, 2001. Spence reflects on some of the major shifts and challenges ahead, from rolling out vaccine programs in lower-income economies to tackling climate change. He answers questions like: ● Is the current fragility in supply chains a sign that something more fundamental is happening that could affect the course of globalization? ● Will new ways of working that emerged during the pandemic persist and, if so, what are the broader economic implications? ● Are you even more worried about rising inequality now than before the pandemic? ● Are you optimistic or pessimistic about COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference? ● Can you see a silver lining to this pandemic? This conversation was recorded in September 2021. To read a transcript of this episode, visit: https://mck.co/MichaelSpence Follow @McKinsey_MGI on Twitter and the McKinsey Global Institute on LinkedIn for more. Read more >    Listen to the podcast (duration: 30:24) >  
    10/6/2021
    30:24
  • From fighter pilot to robotics pioneer: An interview with Missy Cummings
    In this episode of the McKinsey Global Institute’s Forward Thinking podcast, co-host Michael Chui speaks with Mary “Missy” Cummings, one of the first female fighter pilots in the US Navy and now a professor in the Duke University Pratt School of Engineering and the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences, as well as the director of Duke’s Humans and Autonomy Laboratory. Cummings talks about her life as a fighter pilot and her journey into automation and robotics. She also answers questions like: • What are your reflections on diversity across different fields? • What are some interesting developments you’re seeing in the automation of vehicles? • Are there things that car designers should be learning from the aerospace industry, or vice versa, as they’re starting to implement more levels of automated technology and driver assistance? • What is the perfect use case for automation? • What excites you most about advances in technology? This conversation was recorded in August 2021. To read a transcript of this episode, visit: https://mck.co/missycummings Follow @McKinsey_MGI on Twitter and the McKinsey Global Institute on LinkedIn for more. Read more >    Listen to the podcast (duration: 30:17) >  
    9/22/2021
    30:17

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