21st CEO Survey: The Anxious Optimist in the Corner Office


Despite highly publicized handwringing over geopolitical uncertainty, corporate misbehavior, and the job-killing potential of artificial intelligence, the 21st CEO Survey reveals surprising faith and optimism among chief executives in the economic and business environment worldwide. Ironically, it is the CEOs who have been in office longer—11 to 25 years—who are rosiest in their assessment of the global economy and their own organization’s prospects. They’ve weathered the previous storms and can see the opportunities ahead.

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