Ethan M. Rasiel


Born
December 31, 1969


Ethan M. Rasiel was a consultant in McKinsey & Co. s New York office. His clients included major companies in finance, telecommunications, computing, and consumer goods sectors. Prior to joining McKinsey, Rasiel, who earned an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, was an equity fund manager at Mercury Asset Management in London, as well as an investment banker. ...more

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The McKinsey Way

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McKinsey Management Techniques

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“The essence of the initial hypothesis is “Figure out the solution to the problem before you start.” This seems counterintuitive, yet you do it all the time.”
Ethan M. Rasiel, The McKinsey Way: Using the Techniques of the World's Top Strategic Consultants to Help You and Your Business

“Part One describes how McKinsey thinks about business problems. It shows what it means to be fact-based, structured, and hypothesis-driven.”
Ethan M. Rasiel, The McKinsey Way: Using the Techniques of the World's Top Strategic Consultants to Help You and Your Business

“As an organization, McKinsey is extremely good at figuring out how much a team can do over the length of a typical study. The best EDs can balance the competing demands of client and team to a nicety; they tell the client, “We’re going to do X and Y. We could do Z, but it would kill the team,” while telling the team, “Look, we’ve already promised the client that we would do Z, so we’ve got to deliver.” They then work the team to its limit while simultaneously making the client feel that he is getting value for money and exceeding his expectations.”
Ethan M. Rasiel, The McKinsey Way: Using the Techniques of the World's Top Strategic Consultants to Help You and Your Business



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