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Corporate innovation program report. Get going Successful innovation programs are kinetic—that is, they are less focused on theoretical concepts, and more on traction and concrete outcomes.3 They carry a bias toward movement and forward progress.

Corporate innovation program report

In turn, the data would suggest that those interested in improving their own business outcomes ought to themselves pivot from talk to walk. Go now Our survey suggests that the presence of a formal innovation program pays clear dividends. Compared to the average, high-growth companies are twice as likely to have a leading innovation capability. The interpretation here isn’t exactly rocket science: It’s better to have an innovation program than not, and it’s better to have a mature program than a nascent one.

Go big More than 300 years ago, Isaac Newton explained that Force = Mass x Acceleration, pioneering the idea that the force of an impact is a function of not just velocity, but of heft. Endemic to this “go big” theme are biases toward clarity, commitment, and accountability. Report: Supply chain risk insights annual intelligence report. 2021 CEO Priorities Survey. Peace with the pandemic?

2021 CEO Priorities Survey

Much has happened in the four months since the Summer 2021 edition of the Fortune/Deloitte CEO Survey. CEOs have taken note of both new and enduring challenges, but they seem generally undeterred from their mandate to drive growth and attract and retain talent. When asked in June 2021 if CEOs believe that the business effects of the pandemic would largely be over by the end of 2021, they were almost evenly divided. A slim majority said yes. Slightly less than half said no. Four months later, no doubt with the Delta variant top of mind, CEOs have adjusted their expectations. Even so, a strong majority of CEOs continue to have a bullish outlook, with only a minor downsizing in expectations for growth.

Research Report: Human Agility in the Now of Work. The 2021 State of Digital Transformation. In this year’s State of Digital Transformation report, our goal is to identify the key differences between the businesses who succeeded at digital transformation, and those who were still struggling.

The 2021 State of Digital Transformation

We surveyed 587 executives from the US, Europe and China, across a range of industries to highlight not only their current digital capabilities, but the key investments and choices they made that got them to where they are. By separating the responses of high performers and average performers, we identified the key characteristics of companies that successfully met their transformation goals.

This report serves as a benchmark for what digital maturity looks like in 2021 and charts a path forward for businesses who are looking to thrive in the next wave of digital transformation initiatives. Key findings include: Download the full report to learn more. UN Global Compact—Accenture CEO Study on Sustainability. Corporate innovation program report.

2020 Global Digital Fluency Study. Being digital is an imperative for survival Almost overnight, organizations worldwide had to move the majority of their workforces and operations offsite due to the pandemic.

2020 Global Digital Fluency Study

This feat would not have been possible without digital technology. Digital transformation has been a priority for companies in recent years, with talk about managing change, equipping workers with digital skills and moving to the cloud. Today, this move is no longer an aspiration. Being digital has become an imperative for survival. Report: Bespoke for billions: Digital meets physical Creating human experiences at scale.

The Future of Business Technology. Managing Strategic Planning to Better Practice. Report: 100 Best Companies to Work For. Report: The 2021 Competitive Enablement Report. Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism: Towards Common Metrics and Consistent Reporting of Sustainable Value Creation. Global 500 2021. Sustainable innovation report - Meet sustainability goals. 2021 CEO Priorities Survey. Global Business Agility Survey 2021. Commercial Aerospace Insight Report. Recovery will be a long-haul flight Aerospace companies navigated a turbulent 2020, to say the least.

Commercial Aerospace Insight Report

There’s no assurance of clear skies in 2021, but the forecast is improving as governments begin to ease restrictions and air travel regains momentum. According to Accenture’s Commercial Aerospace Insight Report, executives are cautiously optimistic about the future. While 40% still see the outlook as challenging in the next 6 months, 50% expect to see growth in the next year. We predict that global commercial aerospace revenues will increase 9% YoY in 2021, but even that lift would leave the global industry down 15% vs 2019. State of the Global Workplace Report. The top technology trends. Research Report: The future of work: A hybrid work model.

It’s a question many are asking as the collective call to reimagine how and where we work is strong.

Research Report: The future of work: A hybrid work model

Our Accenture Future of Work Study 2021 of more than 9,000 workers around the world discovered that most people want a hybrid model, where they sometimes work remotely and sometimes go onsite. Why is hybrid so appealing? It brings together the best of both worlds. Those who had a hybrid work model during COVID-19 had better mental health, stronger work relationships and were more likely to feel Net Better Off as a result of working for their organizations. They also experienced less burnout than those who worked entirely onsite or entirely remotely. We also found that 25% of respondents worked fully onsite throughout the pandemic and are likely to remain onsite, whatever their personal preferences may be.

While optimizing remote work is a priority for many companies, we need to reimagine onsite work life as well. It’s not about place, it’s about potential. Business Futures 2021: Signals of Business Change. Why does it matter?

Business Futures 2021: Signals of Business Change

Breaking the physical limits of their supply chains enables organizations to do more with less, and thereby meet customers’ growing expectations for order fulfillment in a cost-efficient way. Here are some key opportunities in embracing this approach: 1. Decoupling fulfillment from distance 2. Agile Organizations. Return on Leadership® The ROL100™ ranking is an “outside in” assessment of Return on Leadership® for America’s 100 largest companies (based on the 2020 Fortune 500 list).

Return on Leadership®

Return on Leadership® measures an organization’s capacity for execution through its leaders and managers. It’s a composite metric based on four fundamental drivers: Connection to Purpose, Strategic Clarity, Leadership Alignment, and Focused Action. For more information on ROL™ click here. For each of the four fundamentals, a set of 3-5 key indicators were assessed, for an overall assessment of 17 indicators. All raw information was drawn from publicly available sources. Certain measures are qualitative in nature, such as whether the company has a visible core purpose, and, if so, how well the company connects it to stated strategy. Report: The impact of agility: How to shape your organization to compete.

Special Report Infographic: Getting agile transformations right Agility is on everyone’s lips—online searches for “agile transformation” yield around 100 million hits, and the stories of well-known pioneers circulate widely.

Report: The impact of agility: How to shape your organization to compete

But is this just hype, or are there real benefits to be gained? Is agility just noise from the IT department, or an opportunity that merits serious attention from the top team? And if pursuing agility yields benefits, what is the recipe for success? To find the answers, we conducted a McKinsey Global Survey that reached 2,190 respondents across industries and geographies. The four global forces breaking all the trends. In the Industrial Revolution of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, one new force changed everything.

The four global forces breaking all the trends

Today our world is undergoing an even more dramatic transition due to the confluence of four fundamental disruptive forces—any of which would rank among the greatest changes the global economy has ever seen. Compared with the Industrial Revolution, we estimate that this change is happening ten times faster and at 300 times the scale, or roughly 3,000 times the impact. Although we all know that these disruptions are happening, most of us fail to comprehend their full magnitude and the second- and third-order effects that will result. Much as waves can amplify one another, these trends are gaining strength, magnitude, and influence as they interact with, coincide with, and feed upon one another.

Together, these four fundamental disruptive trends are producing monumental change. 1. Office of the Director of National Intelligence - Global Trends. Renaissance of Democracies In 2040, the world is in the midst of a resurgence of open democracies led by the United States and its allies. Rapid technological advancements fostered by public-private partnerships in the United States and other democratic societies are transforming the global economy, raising incomes, and improving the quality of life for millions around the globe. A World Adrift In 2040, the international system is directionless, chaotic, and volatile as international rules and institutions are largely ignored by major powers such as China, regional players, and nonstate actors. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development countries are plagued by slower economic growth, widening societal divisions, and political paralysis.

Office of the Director of National Intelligence - Global Trends. 2021 Chief Strategy Officer Survey. While Strategy executives have traditionally gravitated to more “familiar” areas such as long-term strategic planning, market intelligence, and, in many cases, M&A, organizations are increasingly looking to the corporate Strategy function to lead digital and cost transformation efforts. Strategy executives are eager to play a bigger role, yet don’t always feel equipped to lead these discussions and struggle with the balance between near-term and long-term expectations. The CSO path to 360:As for all members of the C-suite, tensions between short- and long-term priorities existed long before the chief strategy officer role had an official title. The pandemic has placed new and unexpected demands on CSOs. As the circumstances continue to pressure corporate strategists to take a 360-degree view of their roles, how can CSOs expand their sphere of influence in intentional, appropriate, and impactful ways?

• Understand the many hats you wear. Organization Resilience Index. Organizational resilience is a vital aspect to ensuring business leaders constantly remain future-ready. Our thought leadership activity is developed specifically to provide leaders with insights to benchmark and assess their organization's resilience and provide wider context into global trends and challenges.

The BSI Organizational Resilience Framework measures perceived performance on a scale of 1-10 across 16 elements in four categories (Leadership, People, Process and Product) and can benchmark by sector, size, and longevity. Our benchmarking tool enables senior executives to develop personal insight into the resilience of their own organizations and compare this relative performance with similar organizations in their sectors and geographies.

BSI empowers our clients to become ready for what's next. M&A Report 2021 - Trends & Outlook - Resilience in a time of crisis. Report: Will productivity and growth return after the COVID-19 crisis? Special Report Will productivity and growth return after the COVID‑19 crisis? The pandemic caused the deepest economic disruption since World War II, disrupting both supply and demand, and the way ahead is extremely uncertain. The State of Globalization in 2021. As the coronavirus swept the world, closing borders and halting international trade and capital flows, there were questions about the pandemic’s lasting impact on globalization. But a close look at the recent data paints a much more optimistic...

The State of Globalization in 2021. The Future Today Institute. 24th CEO Survey report. Industries were affected in different ways by COVID-19, as lockdowns and other restrictions changed the way we work, live, travel and shop. This disparity is reflected in confidence levels, both in our survey results and in our interviews with CEOs. 2021 Predictions Series – Emergence. This may not feel like a good moment for our annual Predictions. 2021 Executive Survey: Big data and AI. Report: Future of Jobs 2020. Report: Future of Jobs 2020. The Global Risks Report 2021. Fjord Trends 2021 - Emerging Trends in Business. Report: 2021 Global Human Capital Trends. Report: Digital acceleration. An uneven response to the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us that to operate effectively in the presence of an unanticipated crisis, organizations need to be agile, robust, and secure. RISE Report - Navigating Complexity.

Navigating Complexity in Sweden Welcome RISE Institute in Sweden to the ever-expanding, global conversation on the subject of Complexity Navigation. We are happy to see your insightful report and welcome you to the diverse, emerging practice community working in this evolving, often bumpy terrain. 2021 Global Marketing Trends: Find your focus.

The 2020 State of Digital Transformation Report. 2020 Business Agility Report: Responding to Disruption. Last year, we opened the Business Agility Report with the words “the world is changing faster than ever”. In 2020, these words do not seem enough. 2020 Global Technology Leadership Study. During this time of unprecedented volatility and uncertainty, technology leaders have an opportunity to help guide their organizations. Global 500 2020 - Full list of rankings. PwC's COVID-19 CFO Pulse Insights from global finance leaders on the crisis and response — 15 June 2020. Report - How governments can navigate in a disrupted world. Report: Leadership Development In 2020. A new study reveals that leadership development has NOT adequately prepared leaders to navigate the most challenging economy in 100 years.

With a pandemic, recession, and racial justice protests, leadership development must equip leaders to seek innovation, communicate transparently, align their vision, and constructively solve problems. But when we asked 21,008 employees how well their leaders were performing in those leadership areas, the results were troubling. The data shows that traditional leadership development programs have left many leaders under-equipped to manage these unprecedented times. Report: Fjord Trends 2020 - Emerging Trends in Business. Brightline Project Management Institute. Report: Organisational agility: How business can survive and thrive in turbulent times. 500 CEO survey on how top companies are dealing with coronavirus pandemic, predictions for what's ahead. Report - The Winners of the Low Touch Economy. Software Teams and Teamwork Trends Report Q1 2020. Trust Barometer Special Report: Brand Trust and the Coronavirus Pandemic.

The Brightline Transformation Compass - Report. Strategic Transformation Research Report. The Future Today Institute. Customer Experience ROI Research Report. 2019 health care industry leaders survey. Pulse of the Profession survey 2019 - Research Highlights by Industry and Region. 2020 Global Digital IQ. Industry 4.0 readiness survey. 2020 Edelman Trust Barometer. 2020 M&A Trends Report. Deloitte Report: Tech Trends 2020. Deloitte Report: Tech Trends 2020. PwC's 23rd Annual Global CEO Survey - Navigating the rising tide of uncertainty.

The Global Risks Report 2020. Tech Trends 2020: Executive summary. Tech Trends 2020: Executive summary. New report catalogs growing climate risks. UNGC – Accenture Strategy CEO Study on Sustainability. Winter 2020 Issue - Special Report: The Nuts and Bolts of Digital Transformation. Winter 2020 Issue - Special Report: The Nuts and Bolts of Digital Transformation. Winter 2020 Issue - Special Report: The Nuts and Bolts of Digital Transformation. The Conference Board Measure of CEO Confidence™ The Conference Board Measure of CEO Confidence™ Étude TI 2020 - Bilan de l’état des technologies (TI) dans les grandes et moyennes entreprises canadiennes. Etude Accenture - Comment les entreprises déploient l’intelligence artificielle au sein de leur organisation. Technology, Media & Telecommunications Predictions 2020. Special Report: The Nuts and Bolts of Digital Transformation. The State of Fashion 2020: Navigating uncertainty in the fashion industry.

Launched: FTI’s 2020 Entertainment, Media and Technology Trends Report. IBM Institute for Business Value. 2019 Digital Operations study for energy. New Study: 64% of People Trust a Robot More Than Their Manager. Global Marketing Trends. 2019 Business Agility Report: Raising the BAR. Introducing the 2019 Inc. 5000: The Most Successful Companies in America. INSTITUTIONAL INNOVATION 2018 REPORT. Sustainable Economic Development Assessment (SEDA) 2019 - An Interactive Guide. Time to act Moving from good to great in times of uncertainty and digital transformation - Europe, Middle East, Africa Private Business Survey 2019. 2018 Ponemon Report on Cyber Resilience.