Organizations today face ten significant shifts.
Business leaders around the world, specifically, have to address not only economic volatility, geopolitical instability, and the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic but also a range of organizational shifts that have significant implications for structures, processes, and people. The shifts include complex questions about how to organize for speed to shore up resilience, find the right balance between in-person and remote work models, address employees’ declining mental health, and build new institutional capabilities at a time of rapid technological change, among others.
For this reason, McKinsey launched The State of Organizations 2023 report. The latter is an ongoing research initiative, seeking both to pinpoint the most important shifts, that organizations are copong with and provide some ideas and suggestions about how to approach them. For this survey, more than 2500 business leaders around the world partecipated.