In the absence of a clear trend in the global economy, US CEOs will set their own paths for business growth in 2019. Findings from the Global CEO Survey make clear that approaches to AI and to navigating fissures in policy frameworks are among the underlying trends shaping the US CEO Agenda this year.
State and non-state actors are honing cyber weapons into cheap but effective geopolitical instruments. Resilience could set your organization apart at a time like this.
AI is going to transform nearly everything about your business and markets. Our big prediction for the coming year? Those companies focusing their efforts in six key areas will be far ahead of other businesses this time next year.
Companies are operating in a world of policy fragmentation, which is increasing costs for business and creating new risks. Businesses must exercise caution while being prepared for quick shifts.
Dealmakers are at the center of an unprecedented M&A cycle in which US investors have record access to capital. At the same time, expect emerging tech to drive more cross-sector deals.
CEOs are bullish about the US. Despite pessimism about global growth and high-levels of concern about trade conflicts, most CEOs of international, non-US based, companies with major US operations (“US Inbound Investors”) are looking for further growth in the US this year, and many are or soon will be building pipelines to US universities to secure top talent for the future.
PwC US Chairman and Senior Partner outlines why CEOs must invest in technology, upskilling workers, and building trust with stakeholders in order to shore up growth in an increasingly difficult global economy.