Tuesday, August 08, 2006

IBM - Expanding the Innovation Horizon Global CEO Study 2006 - United States

IBM - Expanding the Innovation Horizon Global CEO Study 2006 - United States

Over the next two years, two-thirds of corporate CEOs say they're going to need to make fundamental changes to their business.

The reasons, they say, are many: intensified competition, escalating customer expectations, and unexpected market shifts. For many, you can add to that list workforce issues, technological advances, regulatory concerns, and globalization.

Yet fewer than half of CEOs think their organizations have handled such changes with much success in the past.

These and other findings are in "Expanding the Innovation Horizon," the 2006 IBM Global CEO Study reporting on the agenda of CEOs in the next few years. The results are based on interviews conducted recently by IBM and the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) with 765 chief executives from around the world. (It was the second global CEO study conducted by these partners; in 2004, the first Global CEO Study reported on interviews with 456 CEOs.)

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