2011 Global Economic Crime Survey - Czech report
We are pleased to present to you the 2011 PwC Global Economic Crime Survey results. With 3,877 respondents from across 78 countries, including 84 leading organisations within the Czech Republic, this study continues to be the largest of its kind available worldwide. We trust that our survey will provide Czech business leaders and corporate executives with unparalleled insight into the perceptions, awareness and impact of economic crime on businesses around the world.
Our sixth Global Economic Crime Survey turns the spotlight on the growing threat of cybercrime. Today, most people and businesses rely on the internet and other technologies. So they are potentially opening themselves up to attacks from criminals anywhere in the world. Against a backdrop of data losses and theft, computer viruses and hacking, our survey looks at the significance and impact of this new type of economic crime and how it affects businesses worldwide.
Dennis Nally, Chairman of PwC International, discusses how—and where—CEOs around the world are strategising growth in the post-crisis business environment.
Confidence and growth
Nicholas Moore, CEO of Macquarie Group Ltd., on the continuing power of emerging markets.
Innovation and the customer
Gregory R. Page, Chairman and CEO of Cargill Inc., on how innovation can be economically viable even for small businesses.
The talent search
Efthimios Bouloutas, CEO of Marfin Laiki Bank, on the strategic importance of performance-based reward systems.
Private/public sector shared agenda
Bob McDonald, Chairman, President and CEO of The Procter & Gamble Company, why governments should cooperate rather than compete with each other.