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Survey finds New Zealand CEOs confidence dips 16% about global economy for 2015
Among the key findings:
- Despite the overall declining outlook for the global economy, CEOs both in New Zealand and globally, remain confident about prospects for their own company; 35 per cent of New Zealand CEOs said they are ‘very confident’ their company’s revenues will grow in the next 12 months although this is again well down on last year’s 60 per cent.
- New Zealand CEOs say 27 per cent of their organisations have recently entered one or more new industries in the last three years, and more than half (56%) believe that organisations will increasingly compete in new sectors in the next three years.
- CEOs say they will undertake a number of business strategies to strengthen their companies in the coming 12 months. Overall, 66 per cent of New Zealand CEOs say they will cut costs (compared with 71% globally), 50 per cent will form strategic alliances or joint ventures (51% globally) and 35 per cent will outsource a business process or function (31% globally).
In this report you will learn about:
- The Survey Results
- Revenue Groth
- Strategies for Growth
- What worries CEOs most
- The Digital Age
- Talen Diversity and Adaptability
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