Movement Starts at Condé

It sounds like Vogue’s landed high on McKinsey’s priority list. Condé Nast brought in the consultants just a couple of weeks ago, with the promise tha
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It sounds like Vogue’s landed high on McKinsey’s priority list. Condé Nast brought in the consultants just a couple of weeks ago, with the promise tha
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It sounds like Vogue’s landed high on McKinsey’s priority list. Condé Nast brought in the consultants just a couple of weeks ago, with the promise that significant changes (other than firing every secretary in the building) wouldn’t be made for at least a couple of months. But they’ve already prepared a focus group just for Vogue. Readers were asked to take a survey to gauge their qualifications and then a select few were chosen to participate in more written surveys as well as in person interviews and round table discussions about the magazine starting next week. Meanwhile, in other Condé Nast news that has nothing to do with McKinsey, we hear Taylor Tomasi Hill, Teen Vogue’s Accessories Editor, is leaving the Sartorialist's dream team for Nina Garcia at Marie Claire. And as of right now, Teen Vogue won't be replacing Tomasi.