Ungated Post | 18 Sep 2013

2013 Change Readiness Index

KPMG’s 2013 Change Readiness Index (CRI), produced in partnership with Oxford Economics, ranks 90 countries, measuring them across 26 components to compare capabilities in the areas of enterprise (business environment), government, and people and civil society (social and human capital). The study is unprecedented in its scope and unique in its consideration of change readiness. 

The countries ranked highest in the CRI reflect a diversity of locations and size, while sharing many of the same qualities essential to change readiness: dynamic business environment,  stable and effective governments, skilled populations, and strong civil societies.

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