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Family businesses have enjoyed increased sales, aggressive growth and have ambitious plans for the future. However, they see a shortage of skills and a lack of sound succession planning as two of the most important issues they need to address in the next five years.
Find out what family businesses have learned along the way and how they are preparing for the future.
There is increasing awareness about the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility as stakeholders are expecting organisations to become accountable for their actions. Companies are realising that such behaviour
can result in cost reduction and strengthening of their reputation.
We would like to hear from you what CSR initiatives you are taking, how important CSR is for you and your awareness of these issues.
Revealing the unique qualities of the family business
Corporate Responsibility Practices Survey
The Global State of Information Security® Survey 2013
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Slow recovery of global business markets is impacting CEO confidence. Despite this impact, CEOs are looking at emerging markets as a key source for future growth, and they envision an increase in open, international trade.
Local approaches to global growth
CEOs say emerging markets more important important for growth than developed markets, but Germany and the US join China and India among the five most important economies.
Global businesses confronted a portfolio of unrelated high-impact global risks. Prudent risk management should focus less on the probabilities and more on understanding potential consequences.