Michael Rennie is the Managing Partner of McKinsey and Company, Australia & New Zealand. He has 25 years experience at the leading edge of management innovation and for many years has been the Global leader of McKinsey’s Organisation Behaviour practice, which covers organisation performance including innovation.
He is known as an innovator inside McKinsey, for founding radical approaches to organisation performance which holistically integrate the deeply personal dimensions of awareness and meaning with the external performance drivers of structure, process and measurement.
Michael has honours degrees in law & economics, studied languages & history in Switzerland and has a Masters degree in Arts from Oxford where he was a Rhodes Scholar.
Michael Rennie is talking at the Creative Innovation Conference 2010 his topic was "Necessity is the mother of invention"
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