Global Female Leaders Outlook COVID-19 Special Edition
Í könnuninni sem er framkvæmd árlega af KPMG og Management Circle, kemur fram að 80% svarenda sjá hraðari breytingu á stafrænu umhverfi síns fyrirtækis. Rúmur helmingur svarenda segir að styrking langtímasambands við viðskiptavini sé mikilvægasta verkefnið til að takast á við áhrif faraldursins.
In an environment where talent risk remains a top priority for CEOs, being inclusive will have a significant positive influence on the success of companies and economies alike.
Leaders who understand this and who are able to drive flexibility, build inclusive cultures and embed a purpose-led, values-driven environment in the post-pandemic world will be more attractive to top female talent; as well as a breadth of other under-represented talent such as those living with disabilities, ethnically diverse communities and those who identify as LGBTQI.
Global Head of People
While it's true that the crisis is having a disproportional effect on women, it also appears that the pandemic may prove to be a catalyst for gender equality over the mid- to long-term.
According to our respondents, the crisis may ultimately create new opportunities for women as a result of improved digital communication, advances in technology and changes in stakeholder expectations.
Head of Corporates, Head of Automotive, Germany and EMA
KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft