How do Latin American CEOs think differently about the world they work in? KPMG’s 2017 CEO Outlook survey shows that compared to the global average, Latin American CEOs are more bullish on their countries’ short-term prospects, less likely to expect disruption or business transformation, less concerned with cyber security and less likely to see personal self-understanding as a key success factor.
Every year, KPMG surveys CEOs around the world to assess their attitudes to technology and confidence in their economic prospects, to find out which issues are having the biggest impact on their agendas. Here, we look more closely at CEOs in Latin America, drawing insights from 271 interviews with CEOs in 17 countries across the region. Four broad themes emerge:
Participating countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.
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