The first step to fixing U.S. manufacturing

December 1, 2017

New research from the McKinsey Global Institute analyzes firm-level financial results and finds a stark contrast in performance between the biggest U.S. manufacturing multinationals and the small and midsize firms that make up most of the sector’s establishments and employment, write Gary Pinkus, Katy George, and Sree Ramaswamy in Harvard Business Review.

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