The Final Say

 

Strong change management is a core competence at all levels and nurtured as a professional discipline, not an ‘art.’

THE ENTERPRISE OF THE FUTURE, IBM GLOBAL CEO STUDY, 2008

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The Winds of Change
83%
of global CEOs expect to face substantial change over the next three years.
But only 61% percent believe their organizations have successfully managed change in the past.

And what did executives think will drive all that change?

market factors 48%

SOURCE: The Enterprise of the Future, IBM. Results based on a 2008 survey of 1,130 CEOs from 40 nations.

Linking In
57%
Portion of CEOs around the world who believe collaborative networks will play a key role in future business models

SOURCE: Compete & Collaborate: What is success in a connected world?, PricewaterhouseCoopers. Results based on 1,150 interviews with CEOs in 50 countries from September to November 2007.

During economic downturns, innovation is the single most important condition for transforming the crisis into an opportunity.

—SAMI MAHROUM, RESEARCH DIRECTOR, BRITAIN'S NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & THE ARTS TO TIME

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