Monday, September 26, 2022

Building fluid organisations for the future a CXO priority ⭐

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Continued spending on people and skills is high on the agenda of CXOs. Economic headwinds coupled with unexpected trends in employment will make planning and budgeting for 2023 trickier than normal, but most leaders agree that talent and technology are priority items on the strategy list. Those who come out on top in 2023 will prioritize investments that maximize revenue growth, profitability, and resilience while cutting spending in areas prone to waste. They also will maintain experiments with emerging technologies that show growing value; reconfigure their supply chains to factor in geopolitical tensions, and focus on automation to make their organizations fluid and adaptable to rapidly changing scenarios. Continued...

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