The seismic shifts wrought by technological change are ongoing, at least in the eyes of CEOs in the US. A December 2013 survey of US CEOs conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) found that the largest percentage of those surveyed, 86%, believed that technological advances would have the greatest transformative effect on their businesses.
Almost seven in 10 thought demographic shifts would result in massive change, while nearly six in 10 foresaw shifts in global economic power having that effect. Significantly fewer executives expected resource scarcity/climate change or urbanization to have a dramatic effect on business. Read the rest at eMarketer.