One on One with KPMG's Steve Chase

A recent KPMG survey of more than 600 senior executives found that although 76 percent of those polled saw disruption as a constant and increasing force, only 17 percent said their companies were prepared for it. We caught up with Steve Chase, KPMG's U.S. Consulting Lead, to get a better look at this new reality.

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When disruption is the order of the day, how do large companies with long established ways of doing business get up to speed? Ideally, as quickly as possible. Whether it’s closely eying your service offerings for imminent obsolescence or moving towards a continuous delivery approach, standing still no longer is an option. A recent KPMG survey of more than 600 senior executives found that although 76 percent of those polled saw disruption as a constant and increasing force, only 17 percent said their companies were prepared for it. Consulting caught up with Steve Chase, U.S. Advisory Management Consulting lead, KPMG, to get a better look at this new reality and how companies of all sizes are adapting to not just survive, but to thrive in this volatile environment.

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