Frost & Sullivan’s Visionary Innovation team invites CEOs to share their views, opinions and best practices for transformational growth
Intelligent data analytics, convergence, connectivity, and digital consumers are reshaping leadership strategies. Global CEOs and members of Frost & Sullivan’s Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) community expect ongoing digitization-driven disruption, collapse and transformation to be a harbinger of product-as-a-service (PaaS) business models.
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“CEOs must accelerate end-user focused, innovation-driven product and service planning. New business models, such as PaaS, create opportunities for innovative, service-oriented value propositions,” said Frost & Sullivan Global Vice President Sandeep Kar. “However the disconnect between visionary growth scenarios and current strategies remains a cause for concern. Achieving congruence between vision and strategy will be a strategic necessity if organizations are to steer a course of growth amidst increasing competitive pressures.”
This is a challenge that continues to dominate CEO concerns as evinced by last year’s survey, where over 50 percent of CEOs stated that they were unable to integrate disruptive new business models into their organizations. Other themes highlighted in the 2016 survey that are expected to ripple into this year include:
- Intensifying competitive environment: 53 percent of CEOs cited it as the biggest external threat to growth due to their inability to adequately leverage competitive intelligence/corporate strategy teams.
- Speed of technology change: Nearly 34 percent of CEOs indicated this as a challenge despite acknowledging that digital transformation will underpin growth, innovation, and leadership over the next 5 years.
- Technology and partnership strategies: 48 percent of CEOs surveyed expected to rely on strategic partnerships to drive their organization’s growth in the next three years. At the same time, over 50 percent indicated their inability to successfully execute either technology and intellectual property strategies or strategic partnerships.
While global CEOs and business leaders overwhelmingly ranked revenue growth as their top growth objective for the 2016–2021 period, most acknowledged that greater organizational clarity is required to effectively implement transformative growth strategies.
Investing in the future has never been as critical, with digital transformation changing industries at break-neck speed across all verticals. Evolving ecosystems and operational realities require CEOs to accelerate adaptation strategies, better manage innovation, rethink traditional business models and value chains, and rapidly realign with changing stakeholder expectations. Which technology, mega trends and business models have the potential to disrupt organizations? How, where, and in whom will CEOs invest in the future?
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