About the Webinar
Delivering Road Programs: How Do Countries Perform?
Globally, US $700 billion are invested every year on new and existing road assets as the world’s economies develop and respond to new mobility needs. Delivering these road programs is a task fraught with challenges which too often lead to inefficient use of scarce funds.
In 2013, a landmark report published by McKinsey’s Infrastructure Practice presented stark evidence of the size of the infrastructure gap and the resulting need for governments to rethink how they select, design, deliver and manage infrastructure projects.
Building on the methodology developed in this report, a global benchmarking initiative is now underway to deliver transparency in road infrastructure delivery programs through an objective diagnosis and evaluation of current practices worldwide.
This webinar will present what is known about the most frequent causes of program and project inefficiencies, and what steps can boost productivity in the road infrastructure sector. Government agencies wishing to take part in the global benchmarking initiative are particularly encouraged to attend this complimentary webinar.
Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company
Nick leads the Infrastructure practice in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He is also the regional leader of the Operations practice in the Middle East and previously, led McKinsey’s work on purchasing for several years.
Now a Director in the Abu Dhabi office, Nick joined McKinsey’s Stockholm office in 1996. In recent years, Nick has served a range of players in the infrastructure and construction space, including engineering and construction firms, real estate developers, transport agencies and other government entities, and infrastructure planners and policymakers.
Principal, McKinsey & Company
Martin brings deep experience in supporting public-sector and infrastructure clients across the world, on topics spanning strategy, planning, performance transformation, maintenance, and construction. He has particular expertise in optimizing infrastructure-delivery systems, including investment-prioritization methods based on the best value outcome to society.
Martin also has broad experience in helping improve transport operations, with a focus on long-term infrastructure planning and on optimization between different modes of transport.