Tag Archives: McKinsey

Finding the hidden value in social support programs

Social Dimensions is currently reviewing a men’s health program and are faced with the problem common to all evaluators tackling a program which operates on many levels and has outcomes which are difficult to measure. Fortunately a now forgotten Twitter …

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Writing and rewriting

How long does it take to ‘write up’ great research.  A couple of months ago I followed a witter conversation started by the remarkable Rebecca Skloot.  She is the author of the incredible Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks which I …

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Can a McKinsey mind tame a wicked problem?

From our first homemade web site, Social Dimensions has boasted that we took on wicked problems.  Recently, stimulated by discussions with social researcher Duncan Rintoul from University of Wollongong, I have thought more about addressing wicked problems faced by social services …

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Entering the McKinsey Mind

I picked up The McKinsey Mind at an airport and devoured it one sitting.  Business books are pretty easy to read with a formula that enables them to repeat the same couple of points in at least a dozen ways …

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