The 2017 Change Readiness Index (CRI) indicates the capability of a country – its government, private and public enterprises, people and wider civil society – to anticipate, prepare for, manage, and respond to a wide range of change drivers, proactively cultivating the resulting opportunities and mitigating potential negative impacts.
Examples of change include:
• shocks such as financial and social instability and natural disasters
• political and economic opportunities and risks such as technology, competition, and changes in government.
Since 2012, the CRI has evolved to become a key tool that provides reliable, independent, and robust information to support the work of governments, civil society institutions, businesses, and the international development community.
This map provides a world view of change readiness levels in 136 countries. Click on a country to view its entry in the CRI online tool, where you’ll find an in-depth country profile of specific strengths and opportunities, a breakdown of its scores across the three pillars, and country, region, and income-level comparisons.
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