As we edge toward the third decade of the century, business-as-usual methodologies no longer keep pace with the tides of innovation and unprecedented change. In fact, findings from KPMG's 2018 Global CEO Outlook survey indicate that nearly 60 percent of chief executive officers (CEOs) see agility as the dominant currency of business and that if they are too slow they will go bankrupt.
"Acting with agility is not just the new currency of business; it's the most valuable currency today," explains Mark A. Goodburn, KPMG's Global Head of Advisory.
Yet CEOs remain optimistic about leveraging disruption for growth. 95%percent of CEOs view technology-driven change as an opportunity, not a threat, to their business, and 54% are actively disrupting their sector1.
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1KPMG International, 2018 Global CEO Outlook: Growing pains: