The 2017 KPMG Change Readiness Index (CRI), was released today.
The 2017 KPMG Change Readiness Index (CRI), was released today, ranking 136 countries for their capacity to respond and adapt to significant change, resulting from short-term events, such as natural disasters, and longer-term demographic, economic, social and technological trends.
The CRI provides deep insights into where countries can focus and invest in order to be prepared for the increasing pace of change worldwide—breaking down each country's capacity across three key "pillars" of capability: enterprise, government and people & civil society.
More than ever, the welfare of a country's citizens depends on the ability to cope with and take advantage of change. The CRI offers an eye-opening view of which countries are best positioned to weather and potentially benefit from inevitable change, and the factors behind their preparedness.
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