2022 is certain to see an even higher level of urgency around important topics like diversity, cyber risk and climate change, which have finally reached critical mass in boardrooms and C-suites. As we settle into a new normal, punctuated by a steady stream of new COVID strains, increased shareholder activism and major new regulations, forward-thinking organizations must move away from crisis mode toward longer-term transformational strategies.
Supply chains, human capital and data strategies must all continue to evolve in order to keep up with an ever-changing world. But that’s not all.
In a new report, we take the findings of a November 2021 survey of 900 risk and finance executives in the UK and US, conducted by Diligent and Censuswide, and look ahead to the top risks facing organizations in 2022 – as well as the opportunities that will arise.
We look in detail at – and suggest transformational actions in – the following key areas:
- Human capital
- Technology and cyber risk
- Regulatory change and compliance
- Supply chain
- Lack of diversity
For those organizations ready to take the leap, 2022 can be a springboard to even greater heights.