Ethan M. Rasiel

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.

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“it is amazing what you can accomplish when you do it in a "take no prisoners" manner.”
Ethan M. Rasiel, McKinsey Mind: Understanding and Implementing the Problem-solving Tools and Management Techniques of the World's Top Strategic Consulting Firm

“Take your team’s temperature. Talk to your teammates. Make sure they are happy with what they are doing. Find out if they have questions about what they are doing or why they are doing it, and answer them. If they are unhappy, take remedial action quickly. Steer a steady course. If you change your mind all the time about the team’s priorities or the analyses you’re doing, your team will quickly become confused and demoralized. Know where you’re going and stay your course. If you need an extra day to figure it out, take it. If you need to make a big change, let your team know, explain why, and let people contribute to, or at least see, your thought process.”
Ethan M. Rasiel, The McKinsey Way: Using the Techniques of the World's Top Strategic Consultants to Help You and Your Business

“Does every aspect of the problem come under one (and only one) of these issues—that is, have you thought of everything? If so, then your issues are collectively exhaustive.”
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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