A global point of view | KPMG | US

A global point of view

A global point of view

The Pulse: A global point of view on the issues impacting organizations strategies and day-to-day operations.

A global point of view on the issues impacting organizations & strategies

To seize opportunities, you need a deep understanding of the issues and options, best practice and global benchmarks, what is in demand now and what innovations will shape the future. That is why our Pulse Surveys are invaluable. They give you real-world insights and our global professionals’ point of view.

Connect with us

Computer-chip

Robotic revolution - separating hype from reality

The use of robotics process automation (RPA) services is gaining momentum in the market, though not fast enough to keep pace with market hype.

Businessman woman discussing infront of LED

Robotic revolution - separating hype from reality

The use of robotics process automation (RPA) services is gaining momentum in the market, though not fast enough to keep pace with market hype.

2014 Pulse Surveys

Businessman woman discussing infront of LED

Optimizing procurement: investing in talent and technology

The shortage of talented procurement professionals is expected to continue to worsen over the next 2 years. One strategy to combat this shortage is to invest in technology and automation to enhance procurement skills and automate routine tasks.

Workers-on-the-building

Evidence-based HR - High stakes, moderate priority

HR professionals recognize evidence-based HR’s potential in fostering better retention and developing insights about talent and the skills and competencies that an organization needs.

Hands-payment

Digital disruption

Today’s disruptive technologies – social media, mobile, analytics and cloud computing – are redefining products, services and markets, and transforming how businesses are run.

people-zebra

War for talent - time to change direction

There is a new war for talent, and this war is different than in the past.

Executive-leadership

Executive leadership need to drive change

Within the next 3 years, most global companies are expected to undertake the massive project of centralizing their global business services (GBS) within a single organization. This Pulse survey explores the need for an executive leader for the GBS function.

Airplane

Bargain hunter to business partner

There is a monumental opportunity facing Procurement to create value across the business through a more holistic and strategic approach.