US CEO agenda 2019

PwC's 22nd CEO Survey: CEOs' curbed confidence spells caution

What’s top of mind for US CEOs?

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.

How to capitalize on the AI revolution in profitable and trustworthy way

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.

Six AI priorities you can’t afford to ignore

 


How to take advantage of opportunities opening up, amid policy uncertainty and complexity

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.

The three big questions that will trigger policy competition and action in 2019


How abundant capital, not the economy, will shape M&A in 2019 

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.

A closer look at where some of the biggest deals drivers are likely headed

How business can still grow as CEOs become more cautious about the economy

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. 

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AI Optimist or Pessimist Quiz

Are you an artificial intelligence pessimist, optimist or realist? Take our CEO Survey AI quiz and compare yourself to CEOs around the world. 

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