C-Suite

Most CEOs will “aggressively pursue” more agility over the coming years in response to the chaos of 2020, according to a global survey of 3,000 business chiefs and public sector leaders. Emerging technology and empowering an increasingly remote workforce are how leaders plan to achieve more readiness, according to IBM,

ecommerce, warehouse, logistics

Chief Supply Chain Officers have an opportunity to take on a more strategic role inside their companies, but around two thirds of CSCOs view themselves as a support function. According to research from Accenture, 71 per cent of supply chain leaders believe that by the end of 2020 the supply

board, leadership, diversity

Back in 2015 McKinsey ran the numbers and came up with the conclusion: Companies with more diverse leadership teams make more money. Just to be sure, McKinsey repeated its analysis with a broader data set of 1,000 companies covering 12 countries. The new report Delivering through Diversity reinforces the link

Large, “analog-era” banking and capital markets businesses risk disintermediation as the interest and investment in fintech startups runs red hot according to a new study by TABB Group. The view that traditional banking and capital markets firms remained largely impervious to the digital revolution has given way to a recognition

In a recent study almost 80 per cent of board members in Swedish companies agreed that digital developments impact the business model. But they were less certain that such competence existed on the board or in the C-Suite. One telling sign was that more than 59% of the companies lacked

Data analytics burst into commercial consciousness in recent years as a source of significant competitive advantage. And the data clearly shows that data-driven decision making trumps gut feel. The problem is that many company structures and processes are only now starting to catch up, after a period when organisations scrambled to