US CEOs are honing approaches for 2013: focusing on organic growth, their customers and ever more effective operational models. Fewer are 'very confident' in revenue growth in next 12 months.
As part of the 16th Annual Global CEO Survey, PwC surveyed 167 CEOs who are based in the US. We've grouped what they’re doing to adjust — and set the foundation for new growth, into 11 CEO agenda items for 2013. Click on each for more details.
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CEOs are redirecting investments and strategies against a backdrop of global fiscal and economic uncertainties. Three top focus areas emerge from the survey findings: