The CEOs and founders of U.S.-based private companies are banking on disruption. They recognize that future success will depend on their ability to couple organizational agility with smart workforce talent and capabilities. And, they are aggressively seeking out partnerships and technologies that can help them achieve that goal.
Learn more about what's on the minds of private market CEOs in the infographics below.
As CEOs embark on aggressive, mostly inorganic growth, they need to bear in mind that resilience means being able to change at the right speed—and in such a way that the company endures. —Lynne Doughtie, Chairman and CEO, KPMG LLP
You can't disrupt the market if you don't have your finger on the pulse of your customers. You need deep market awareness in order to find the right opportunities for disruption. And that means knowing your customers better than ever before. —Conor Moore, National Venture Capital Coleader, KPMG LLP
This isn't about developing new skills and capabilities. It's about finding ways to fundamentally rethink the way your people work and to redesign—where possible—technology-enabling workstreams, processes, and responsibilities to create the workforce of the future. —Brian Hughes, National Private Markets Group Leader and National Venture Capital Coleader, KPMG LLP
CEOs no longer look at cyber risk as a separate topic to technology. More and more, they have it embedded into their overall change programs and are beginning to make strategic decisions with cyber risk in mind. It's no longer a stand-alone solution. —Tony Buffomante, Global Coleader, Cybersecruity Services, KPMG