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|Concern over economic nationalism causing companies to re-think R&D investments
Annual worldwide corporate R&D spending exceeded $700bn for the last fiscal year amongst the top 1,000 global public companies, up 3% on the previous year1. However, R&D leaders around the world are increasingly concerned about economic nationalism, and its potential to impact where companies invest in R&D and innovation.read more >
|Over a third of major UK companies have appointed a digital transformation leader
London, June 21, 2017 – More than a third (35%) of the UK’s largest companies have appointed a dedicated digital leader to drive competitive advantage from digital transformation. This is significantly higher than the global average of 19%, which itself has trebled since 2015, when only 6% of companies1 around the world had appointed digital leaders, showing companies are realising the benefits of having someone in this role.read more >
|UK CEOs have less time than ever to make their mark
More than three-quarters (76%) of new UK CEOs who started in their roles last year have no previous experience as CEO of a public company, but they also have less time than ever before to make an impact. The average length of time the CEO of a large UK business spends in the job has hit a low of 4.8 years, dipping below the global average of five years for the first time, and down from a UK high of 8.3 years in 2010 .read more >