CEO Survey Shows Decoupling of Asian Growth and Fear of a China Bubble to Be the Top Two Areas of Attention

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Summary

Asia/Pacific business leaders see Asian economic growth and fears of a China bubble as the two key macroissues shaping their businesses. Interestingly, the survey indicates a level of optimism that Asian economic growth will be unimpeded by any continued weakness in the U.S. and European economies.

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
    • Executive Summary: CEOs Need to Take Direct Ownership of Matching CIO Capabilities With Their Expectations From IT
    • CEOs and Senior Executives Are Still Preparing for Growth
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • Regulatory Overhead, M&As, Decoupling of Asian Growth and the China Bubble Are Major Scenario Factors
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • Few Business Leaders Expect Deflation, Inflation or Recession to Trouble Them Extensively in 2011 or 2012
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • The Majority of CEOs View IT as Adding "Strategic Business Value"
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • CEO Sentiment at the Beginning of 2011 Indicates That About a Third Planned IT Investment Increases, While Less Than 5% Would Cut It
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • Two-Thirds of Business Leaders Think They Know Their Firms' Next Strategic IT-Enabled Capability
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • ERP, CRM, Industry-Specific Business Applications and E-Commerce Are Favorites
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • Business Process Re-engineering, CRM and Analytics Are Important CEO Picks
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • The Majority of Business Leaders See Rising External Interest in Their Firms' IT Capabilities
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • An IT Section in the Company Report and CIO Visibility at Investor Day Are the Preferred Responses
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • More CIOs Will Be Personally Targeted on Revenue by CEOs
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • Business Leaders Think That CIOs Oversell Their Technical Capabilities and Need More Business Acumen
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • On Average, Business Leaders Attribute About 22% of Revenue to the IT Capability of Their Firms
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • Business Leader Views on Their IT Organizations' Performance
      • IT Implications and CIO Actions
    • Intended Audience and Survey Objectives
    • Methodology Statement
    • Appendix
      • Survey Demographics
    • Recommendations
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