Irish chief executives gear up for future challenges

A survey found mixed views from Irish chief executives on issues such as Brexit

2nd October, 2016
Shaun Murphy is managing partner of KPMG

There is a growing requirement for chief executives to lead on mission-critical issues that they have not grown up with or previously experienced in their careers. Technology and its role in disrupting business is cause for concern as chief executives grapple with the idea that a new competitor could emerge from nowhere to turn their sector on its head.

This is just one of the issues highlighted in our latest research into the mindset of...

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