The Will to Manage: Corporate Success Through Programmed Management
In 1933, Marvin Bower was hired by McKinsey & Company to manage a newly acquired branch in New York. He served as managing director from 1950 to 1967, and remained a leadership figure at McKinsey as director and partner until 1992. He "is considered the father of modern management consulting" (Harvard Business School). His principled insistence on impeccable professional standards in substance, ethics, and style; his dedication to the professional development of his colleagues; and his candor, all served as a role model for several generations of management consultants, both within and outside McKinsey.
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