- Agility, technology and regulation are key priorities for chief executives post-pandemic, IBM finds in its survey of 3,000 global CEOs.
- The report also identifies five key factors that set outperforming CEOs apart.
- Employment and livelihood crises are one of the top risks for 2021, according to the World Economic Forum.
A survey of 3,000 chief executives lifts the lid on corporate priorities after coronavirus.
Getting rid of distractions, discarding outmoded traditions and exploiting unique advantages are the new areas of focus, IBM says in its 2021 CEO Study.
“The COVID-19 pandemic challenged many leaders to focus on what’s essential, like their people,” says Mark Foster, senior vice president at IBM Services