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In the 2021 KPMG CEO Outlook, we set out to explore how CEOs are positioning their organizations for the post-pandemic future. Our survey of more than 1,300 CEOs from large, global companies, including 400 in the United States, shows that U.S. CEOs remain confident in the growth prospects of the domestic economy and their businesses as confidence in global economic growth is rising.
View some key findings below or read the full report here.
When it comes to their growth strategy, CEOs are heavily focused on inorganic methods, particularly M&A. Nearly half of U.S. CEOs indicated they have a high M&A appetite, and 86% are likely to be making acquisitions over the next three years.
of U.S. CEOs said they will be ensuring their supply chain is resilient in the event of a global lockdown and travel restrictions.
of U.S. CEOs say their organization’s principal objective is to embed our purpose into everything we do to create long-term value for all our stakeholders, including customers, employees, investors and communities.
of U.S. CEOS felt focusing on employee’s mental health and well being was important and among several key success factors noted to ensure employees are engaged, motivated, and productive in a world where hybrid work is increasingly common.
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