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Virtually all respondents are factoring a potential downturn into their strategic models, even as a majority plan to pursue a merger or acquisition in the next 12 months. Most are weighing restructuring opportunities, including potential divestment. But they remain poised for growth and are ready to move when the time is right. Learn more about current deal intentions and plans for strategic alliances and M&A in our 2023 US and global reports.
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Beyond the pandemic, CEOs need to reshape their portfolios, reimagine their ecosystem and reinvent themselves for a better future. Designing and delivering a strategy to optimize value for all stakeholders has never been more challenging. Executives must take bold actions to enhance their growth opportunities and reframe their futures.
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How can you maximize your digital strategy?
The digital transformation imperative has never been clearer. EY-Parthenon leaders discuss the outlook for global organizations in the digital age.
How do you execute bold transformation strategies?
EY leaders discuss what CEOs today are prioritizing to ensure sustainable, long-term growth.
How do you evolve your strategy to embrace a changing ecosystem?
Strategic change is essential, however companies need to ensure that their real-world strategies work not online in principle but also in practice.
02 Aug 2021 | Jim Hsu
How do you design and deliver a strategy for the digital world?
As digital innovations continue to develop at speed, organizations must prioritize strategies that are fit for a digital world.
02 Aug 2021 | Ignatius Tong
When the stakes are high, how do you design a strategy to get closer to your stakeholders?
With market-leaders increasingly recognizing the true value of their stakeholders, the age of shareholder primacy seems to be drawing to a close. So what will this new wave of “stakeholder capitalism” look like in practice?
02 Aug 2021 | Andrea Guerzoni
How do you reshape your strategy to build a more resilient future?
As organizations reflect on the impact of COVID-19 they need to consider how they can reshape to a changed present and prepare for an unpredictable future.
02 Aug 2021 | Andrew Wollaston
Market disruption has accelerated transformation and forced CEOs to reimagine their business models. Business leaders that focus on putting people at the center of everything they do, deploying technology at speed and innovating at scale will do more than lead the market – they will reshape markets and become exponential value creators. These leaders take a future-back approach to optimize for today’s success and plan for tomorrow’s disruption.
Our latest insights on transformation
Pre-crisis, most organizations had been on a path to a future of work that was more agile, digital and people-centered, with an evolving skill need. COVID-19 has significantly accelerated that journey for all organizations on a scale they didn’t dream about 12 months ago. Companies are actively taking this opportunity to transform their organizations with customers and employees at the center of their efforts.
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Today, societies demand greater responsibility from the organizations they work for, buy from and invest in. CEOs that anchor their strategies to a meaningful purpose, with a focus on creating long-term, sustainable impact across stakeholders, are best positioned to benefit from, demonstrate and measure the value they create.