How to Make Your Big Idea Really Happen

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How to Make Your Big Idea Really Happen

Harvard Business Review

After Barbara Minto joined McKinsey as the firm's first ever female consultant, she found that many management consultants had trouble communicating information effectively. She developed the Minto Pyramid Principle to help colleagues structure their writing, and after gaining support within McKinsey, took the framework to other firms. Lightner and Minto started out as individuals with a vision, and both women went on to significantly impact the realms they cared about.

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Regards, Jay Chhaya By Conor Neill , September 3, 2010 @ 1:33 pm Barbara Minto was the creator of a system of communication that is now the “norm&# at most top consulting companies.