Macedonia ranks 53rd out of 136 countries in KPMG’s assessment of the countries’ ability to manage change and cultivate opportunity.
KPMG’s 2017 Change Readiness Index (CRI) indicates the capability of a country – its government, private sector, and civil society – to anticipate, prepare for, manage, and respond to a wide range of change drivers, which enables it to proactively cultivate opportunities and mitigate potential negative impacts.
Below is a snapshot of how Macedonia performs under the three pillars of the CRI: enterprise capability, government capability, and people & civil society capability.
Each pillar’s capability is determined by various sub-indicators. The three leading areas of strength and opportunity are reflected for each change readiness pillar. The number in parentheses indicates the rank of each sub-indicator against the other countries in the Index.
To check out more about Macedonia’s performance and that of other countries, visit the interactive Change Readiness Index tool.
The Change Readiness Index (CRI) covers 136 countries and is built on extensive research and analysis, from primary source data and from nearly 1,400 experts and secondary sources ranging including from the World Economic Forum, World Bank International Monetary Fund and United Nations.
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