This month, the leaders of possibly the most well renowned management consulting company, McKinsey & Company, are gathering to cast their vote and choose a new Managing Partner.
The process at McKinsey is very different to that of an ordinary company, or even a Big 4 firm. There are no nominations, and almost any of the current partners can be voted for. Many of the activities you might usually expect don’t actually take place, for example there are no manifestos and no campaigning takes place.
The company’s final decision should be made in March next year and the new chairman will take over from July 2018. For more information and background on some of the front runners, click the link in the sources below.
Source: The Guardian