The University of Chicago Center in Hong Kong
The rules of business are changing. Companies have to constantly seek new ways of doing things or risk becoming obsolete. Decisions have to be made quickly and effectively. Forward looking companies leverage on its people, data and organization health to unlock new value and drive performance improvement. In this session, thought leaders and business leaders from McKinsey & Co share its latest research insights and case studies on how companies drive sustainable business performance through effective people, data and organization health strategies.
Carla Arellano - Vice President and Global Client Leader of Organization Solutions at McKinsey & Co.
Carla has extensive experience helping companies invest the necessary time, attention, and resources for organizational alignment, execution, and renewal. She regularly shares fact-based insights and case studies with C-suite executives and government leaders on how companies could use the right combination of leadership, values, and approach to drive sustainable growth. Carla holds an MBA from Columbia University and Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.
Charlotte Relyea - Partner and Global Leader of McKinsey Academy
Prior to leading McKinsey Academy, Charlotte was a co-leader of McKinsey’s Client Capability Building initiative; and a leader in McKinsey’s Tech, Media, Telecom and Marketing & Sales practices. Prior to joining McKinsey, Charlotte spent time at an internet strategy consulting firm, an internet service provider and an investment bank. Charlotte holds a B.A. in English from Princeton University and an M.B.A. with high distinction from Harvard Business School, where she was a Baker, Siebel and Henry Ford II Scholar.
Haimeng Zhang - Managing Partner of McKinsey Shanghai, Greater China Office Organization Practice Leader, Public Sector Practice Leader, and Sustainability and Resource Productivity Practice Leader.
Halmeng is a thought leader and a regular contributor to McKinsey Quarterly and China Quarterly, and regularly quoted as an opinion leader in the media. Haimeng receives his MBA from the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business and a B.S. in Economics from Shanghai Jiao-Tong University. He is also Council member of China Low Carbon Economy Promotion Association