Senior partners at McKinsey voted Kevin Sneader out of office. The vote is seen as a rebuke of his handling of a series of crises
In an unusual rebuke, the consultancy’s partners have voted out Kevin Sneader
Financial Timesreported that 650 senior partners at McKinsey voted Kevin Sneader, the consultancy’s managing partner since 2018, out of office. The Scotsman’s predecessors typically served two consecutive terms. The vote is seen as a rebuke of his handling of a series of crises, the bulk of which predated his tenure, most recently over McKinsey’s work for opioid producers in America.
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