Keep up to date with the latest Management Consulting articles and publications.
This year, the Harvey Nash CIO Survey in association with KPMG, has seen the biggest response from CIO leaders in its 17-year history.
Growth. Volatility. Disruption. Uncertainty. When it comes to doing business, CEOs globally are being challenged to navigate the path to success within an environment of constant change.
The face of procurement is changing. The role is stepping out of the shadows and coming to the fore as a vital element of the business strategy. However, complexities still exist.
A new KPMG International report reveals that now is the time for C-level and HR leaders to embrace evidence-based HR or risk losing ground.
African economies are expecting higher economic growth than the world average. The 2014 KPMG African CFO survey compares the African CFO to counterparts in similar high growth economies.
Please join us for a Business Breakfast as we share Asset Management insights and discuss the role of technology in Predictive Maintenance & Quality, on 16 October 2014.
African CFOs, much like their global counterparts, are generally satisfied with the performance of their finance function. These are the findings of the Africa CFO survey, a first for the continent.
The report highlights that procurement functions need to extend their activities and take on a more strategic role within the organisation.
In an effort to explore "the art of the possible," KPMG interviewed 25 senior chief procurement officers (CPOs) and procurement executives
KPMG has employed a data-driven and empirical approach to examine the rationale, selection and implementation of procurement operating models
This year’s survey looks back over a decade of measuring logistics costs while breaking ground by providing, for the first time, a forecast of the current calendar year’s costs.
KPMG's 2014 Global Pulse Survey has yielded insightful analyses of current and ongoing trends in the use, deployment and delivery of business and IT services in the African and South African market.
The KPMG Global Pulse Survey provide insights into trends and projections in end-user organisations’ use of global business services (GBS), or Sourcing.
The 2011 KPMG Energy Survey found that solar and wind are still significant investment areas (31% and 25% respectively), but the investment in shale gas increased significantly from 1% of respondents in 2010 to 44% in 2011.
A new study found that demands of modern globalised business are forcing finance professionals to transform themselves from efficient managers of transactions into ‘business visionaries’.