The fortnight thus far
Reports & resources we loved in the last 15 days, once every 15 days.
Jan 17, 2022
Third-Party Risk Management Outlook 2022
Third-Party Risk Management (TRPM) has now become a strategic priority for 85% of businesses. However, 59% of them are frustrated by the lack of visibility that their technology gives them around third-party risk. Following are the focus areas leaders can explore to drive enhancements.
[ KPMG > Full report here:
2022 Global Marketing Trends
High growth brands are redefining their customer engagement strategies. 93% of the established key performance metrics related to their purpose statement and are ~2x more likely to have DEI-related talent objectives. Here’s a 360-degree view of people, data & experience trends.
[ Deloitte > Full report here:
Blockbuster Script for the New Decade
The Indian Media and Entertainment industry, currently valued at $27 Bn is poised to become 2.5x times by 2030. Growth in digital consumption outstripped all other segments by 1.7x times. Uncover the key imperatives to achieve rapid growth over the next decade of rapid transformation.
[ BCG > Full report here :
The State of New-Business Building
Predictions have it that by 2026, 50% of revenues will come from products, services, or businesses that haven’t yet been created. Only about 19% of new businesses have achieved annual revenues of more than $50 Mn. Can new-business building help bridge this gap through sustainable, inclusive growth?
[ McKinsey & Co. > Full report here:
The Working Future: More Human, Not Less
58% of the workforce are rethinking the balance of work and life. Rising prosperity has reduced the time that people need to spend working by about 50% over 15 decades. The importance placed on leisure would incline in the future. Here are 5 key themes that are reshaping work.
[ Bain & Co. > Full report here:
India’s real GDP showed strong growth of 8.4% in 2QFY22 and may reach 9.5% if the government keeps up its infrastructure spending. Personal Income Tax grew by 53% during Apr-Oct FY22. India’s export volume is projected to remain at 6.2% by 2026. More on India’s macro-fiscal performance.
[ EY > Full report here:
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