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The year 2019 looks set to be a turning point for business. Rising pessimism around growth prospects, and populist and protectionist sentiment are cause for both local and global CEO concern. ‘Widening Gaps and a Positivity Lapse’ explores what’s required in Australia to lean into these concerns including growth outlooks and gaps in response to trade pressures; decision gaps around data adequacy and analysis; talent, workforce and skill gaps, value gaps of artificial intelligence and a transparency and trust gap.
Explore the findings and the actions needed in our insights series.
There’s a positivity lapse in 2019, after a surge in growth optimism last year. CEOs are also reporting a dip in confidence in revenue prospects over the short...
The concern around the availability of key skills continues to be front and centre. It’s time to think differently about ways to solve Australia’s skills...
CEOs are working to bridge the gaps in their business capabilities, which includes translating a deluge of data into better decision making.
Artificial Intelligence has the potential to supercharge growth, but without clean, relevant, and labeled data - and the workforce to harness this ...
National Thought Leadership Leader, PwC Australia
Tel: +61 2 8266 3229
National Thought Leadership Manager, PwC Australia
Tel: +61 2 8266 0252