We convene leaders to pursue new solutions in major projects and infrastructure
Gathers world leaders to explore new solutions to global challenges in infrastructure and capital projects.Learn More
Exposes leaders to the latest innovations to understand their potential impact at scale.Learn More
Brings together experts to solve critical regional issuesLearn More
Publishes quarterly insights from industry leaders and McKinsey experts around mission-critical themes.Learn More
Here’s how we think about challenges and solutions
We have organized our knowledge around four key pillars, representing the value chain:
Focuses on how planners can respond with new tools, techniques and approaches to deliver in this era of rapid urbanization and technological change.
Identifies actions to bring previously untapped sources of public and private money to projects, recognizing the importance of financing bankable sustainable infrastructure.
Explores new approaches to advance productivity through leveraging the digital wave, applying lean construction, and innovating the contracting model.
Examines levers to maximize asset utilization, revenue opportunities, and customer experience in the digitized world.
Shannon is a partner in McKinsey’s San Francisco office, where she leads the firm’s Capital Projects & Infrastructure work in North America’s public sector. Shannon advises major utilities, transportation, and infrastructure organizations on their long-term strategy, investments, and operations. She brings expertise across capital productivity, front-line operational improvements, and large-scale cultural transformations. Full bio
Detlev is a senior partner in McKinsey’s Tokyo office and leads the Travel, Logistics and Infrastructure practice globally. He has worked extensively with leading multinational companies in Asia and Europe to implement strategies and transformations in the airline, automotive, logistics, and mobility industries. He also co-leads the firm’s crisis response and preparedness work and co-founded the McKinsey Center for Future Mobility. Full bio
Tip is a senior partner in McKinsey’s Sydney office and co-leads the Capital Excellent Practice globally. He works across multiple regions, including Asia, Australia and Europe, and leads clients through comprehensive restructuring and transformation programs, drawing on substantial expertise in oil and gas, metals and mining, and operations. He has a proven track record of returning underperforming companies to long-term health and helping well-performing companies outpace their peers. Full bio
Tony leads the strategic direction and the day-to-day operations of the GII platform, events and publishing. He has over twenty-five years of experience in designing and implementing complex global initiatives, having worked with leading multi-national corporations, governments and NGOs. Specialty areas include strategy development, stakeholder engagement, and project management. Tony’s experience spans infrastructure, sustainability, conservation, and high-impact events. Full bio
Welcome to GII
While infrastructure investment continues to be seen as an important driver for multiple outcomes, sustainability, digital technologies, and talent strategy have collectively moved to the top of the CEO agenda. To solve these challenges, bold commitments and strong collaboration across the public and private sectors will be essential. Those organizations that step up their game now will be better prepared to confront future challenges—and contribute to building a more resilient, inclusive world.