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Global Transformation Study 2016

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Major organizations across the globe are attuned to the urgent need to transform their business and operating models, in light of evolving customer behaviors, disruptive technologies, regulatory policies, and globalization. Yet many senior executives feel their organizations are not capable of driving the transformational changes necessary to create higher-performing organizations. Learn more here: kpmg.com/transformation

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Global Transformation Study 2016

  1. 1. KPMG GlobalTransformation Study 2016 Business transformation: 96% Percentage of organizations in some phase of business transformation 38% Percentage of executives who expect their organization’s business model will be disrupted in the near term 47% Percentage of executives who say they can realize sustainable value from business transformation 48% Of executives lack the capability of capturing signals of change in the marketplace to develop unique insights and hypotheses on customers’ preferences and demands 37% Of executives say that the greatest execution barrier they face in transformation is underestimating the signific- ance of changes to their organization’s operating model 31% Of executives admit that their organization is incapable of implementing formal innovation processes, management, and budgets Critical factors for success What causes Transformationstofail? Learn more kpmg.com/transformation Key transformation Successfactors Understand customers’ evolving expectations and align to the value drivers of your organization Focus on the customer KPMG’s business transformation approach is customer-oriented, innovation-driven, and technology-enabled. We work shoulder to shoulder with clients to help develop and realize their strategic and financial objectives. Our approach connects strategy with execution by aligning the required business and operating models, organizational culture, and change capabilities in order to achieve higher value from transformation. Executives (C-Level) 1688 Markets 16 Industries 21 2016 Studymethodology Build agility into your organization, so that as the business environments you operate in shift, your organization is better able to transform and adapt to the innovations generated Learn to thrive on change Embed continuous innovation into the culture and structure of your organization so you can build enduring competitive advantage (54%) @KPMG Follow the conversation #BizTransformation To view additional information about the study, visit kpmg.com/transformation. You can also follow the conversation on Twitter @KPMG, using the hashtag: #BizTransformation. Continually evaluate and adjust your customer experience, based on the needs of today and tempered with a clear understanding that tomorrow’s customers will have different expectations than today’s Take a strategic approach to decision-making around how operating model components are sourced for maximum effectiveness and flexibility Look at all corners of the marketplace to predict disruptive changes to stay ahead of your competitors Failure to predict disruption by customer behavior changes Inability to innovate Failure to understand the complexity of the operating model Missing the cultural connection Inflexibility of organizations to react quickly to market changes © 2016 KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity. Member firms of the KPMG network of independent firms are affiliated with KPMG International. KPMG International provides no client services. No member firm has any authority to obligate or bind KPMG International or any other member firm vis-à-vis third parties, nor does KPMG International have any such authority to obligate or bind any member firm. All rights reserved. The KPMG name and logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of KPMG International. Embed continual innovation Top executives realize that their organizations must have the ability to continually evolve and respond to the dynamic market environment

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