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Belgian Readiness Report

What does it take for companies to be ready for a sustainable future?

With an ever-increasing rate of crises to overcome, organisations are searching for new ways to thrive in an uncertain future. Such disruptions provide valuable insights which can improve our decision-making and planning capabilities. Deloitte recently conducted a large scale survey of leading Belgian companies to measure how prepared they are to actively transform with – or at least swiftly react to – future disruptions. Discover our key survey findings with our e-book.

Resilient business models, new supply chain processes and, above all, the importance of being able to continuously respond to new needs. These are just a few of the issues that have been given a new dimension by the current trends and the challenges of tomorrow.

Two years since the pandemic began, a new way of working has become the new normal, with huge effects on how we cooperate, both with colleagues as with customers and partners. The shift from a supply to a demand economy provides the much-needed optimisation of the customer journey in which the customer experience is now truly central.

What does an organisation need to keep up with this shift? Which elements provide support? And how resilient and agile are they to actively transform with or at least react to future disruptions?

This e-book bundles the learnings of our survey and elaborates on:

  • Current major trends & challenges, and their possible opportunities for you.
  • The results of the Belgian Readiness Survey, with check-ins on the actual status of larger Belgian enterprises to benchmark yourself.
  • How to survive, adapt and thrive,with the concept of the Kinetic Enterprise.

Yes, I want to read the report and get ready for the sustainable future!

Download the Belgian Readiness Report

This Belgian Readiness report explores seven trends and challenges that impact Belgian companies, and discusses the results of the survey of Belgian +100M companies, held between November 2021 and January 2022.

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