Real time surveys. Business insights.
Companies are pursuing growth in a constantly changing and volatile business landscape. There’s no go-to playbook. But you’re not alone. Other C-level executives and corporate board members are finding their way, too. Tapping into this collective intelligence can help you anticipate what’s next, see how you measure up and spark new ideas for growth. That’s what PwC’s Pulse program is all about.
We regularly engage functional leaders from finance, marketing, human capital, IT, operations, risk and tax on the pressing issues of the day, including their outlook on the business environment, customer experience and employee engagement strategies, ESG goals and policy shifts.
Our regular surveys of executives and board members, webcasts, roundtables and other ways to bring peers together will help you make sense of the signals we’ll surface through Pulse.
Businesses are cautiously optimistic about their growth heading into the final third of 2022. Hanging on to talent is a central risk for companies, yet they are taking steps to streamline their workforces. Cyber threats, meanwhile, have emerged as a top concern for the entire C-suite and board.
Our latest Pulse survey shows executives focusing on growth despite a multitude of business risks facing companies. They’re planning to invest in many parts of their business, most notably digital transformation and IT. Pressured to prove success beyond financial metrics, they’re strategizing to build trust and transparency with key stakeholders. A positive outcome of COVID-19: Many executives are developing lessons-learned playbooks they can refer to for future challenges. Read our report to see what else leaders are doing to tackle today’s business challenges.
To view data and insights from PwC Pulse Surveys, please see below.