CEOs' Perspectives on Growth, Innovation, and Leadership

Disruption of Global Economy Creating Opportunities for Visionary Leaders

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Some 48% of CEOs and business leaders believe that they will rely on strategic partnerships to drive organizational growth in the next 3 years as digital transformation of the business ecosystem expedites the need for new alliances. This is just one of the findings of a Frost & Sullivan survey of 303 executives about their growth and innovation performance, objectives, and strategies; resource distribution; and external and internal growth challenges. Survey respondents also identify potentially disruptive technologies, business models, and Mega Trends, including the companies they see as the most disruptive industry innovators. They consider the strategies that they think promote best practices in organization. This research provides a foundation for designing a customized Growth Strategy Dialogue or Growth Workshop to discover the value of a partnership with Frost & Sullivan.
  • Global CEOs and business leaders overwhelmingly rank revenue growth as their top growth objective over the 2016-2021 period. This theme remains unchanged from our survey findings of  a decade ago. However, most  acknowledge that greater organizational clarity is required to effectively implement transformative growth strategies.
  • Interestingly, CEOs display decreasing reliance on competitive strategies and customer strategies to drive growth. This, despite customer satisfaction, market share growth and an enhanced competitive environment being explicitly identified as key growth objectives over the next five years.
  • Digital transformation is acknowledged as a dominant growth, innovation, and leadership catalyst over the next 5 years. However, nearly 34% of respondents indicate that the speed of technology change represents a real and immediate challenge.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
By the Numbers
2. Research Methodology
Methodology
3. Respondent Overview
Respondent Background
Role of Respondent
Respondent by Region*
4. Key Findings
Key Growth Objectives in the Next 5 Years
Growth Rate Assessment in Organization in the Last 3 Years
Satisfaction with the Level of Growth of Organization
Growth Strategies
Growth Opportunity Themes
Regional Distribution of Growth Resources
Ability to Conduct Different Strategies
People Involved in Growth Opportunities Development
Value of Information from Different Sources
External Growth Challenges
Internal Growth Challenges
Potentially Disruptive Technology Themes
Potentially Disruptive Mega Trends
Potentially Disruptive Business Models
Company Growth Performance
Company Innovation Performance
Most Disruptive Industry Innovators
Other Disruptive Industry Innovators
Strategies Fostering Best Practices
Top 10 Findings—CEOs’ Perspectives on Growth, Innovation, and Leadership
Next Steps
Growth Strategy Dialogue
Growth Workshop
Legal Disclaimer
5. Appendix
Definitions of Growth Opportunity/Disruptive Technology Themes
6. The Frost & Sullivan Story
Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career
Global Perspective
Industry Convergence
360º Research Perspective
Implementation Excellence
Our Blue Ocean Strategy
Contact Information

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