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Each quarter we poll a group of executives to create a snapshot of how thought leaders across the country are thinking about and acting on the most pressing trends, issues, and challenges facing all organizations today and preparing for the ones they’ll be facing tomorrow.

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West Monroe's Quarterly Executive Poll - Q1 2021

West Monroe's Quarterly Executive Poll - Q1 2021

In January, we polled 150 C-suite executives to get their pulse on how the future of a COVID-19 vaccine would change distributed work, the timeline for stability at their organizations, and hiring plans.

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2020 in review: Extraordinary observations from an extraordinary year

  • How Organizations Responded During the COVID-19 Market Crisis

    How Organizations Responded During the COVID-19 Market Crisis

    In March, as the coronavirus was spreading across a country that was rapidly shutting down, executives told us their top priority was a focus on remote work and that their greatest fear was the unpredictability of clients and employees. 

  • Challenges to Re-Entry and Long-Term Impacts of COVID-19

    Challenges to Re-Entry and Long-Term Impacts of COVID-19

    In May, the true impact of the virus set in as the majority of executives said the recession would be longer and more impactful than the Great Recession. Two-thirds said organizations would work faster and more agile as a result of the crisis.

  • Prevailing in a Post-Pandemic Economy & the Top Investments to Make

    Prevailing in a Post-Pandemic Economy & the Top Investments to Make

    In October, executives told us social distancing and remote work was the top hindrance to employee productivity. They also expected M&A activity to surge in 2021 while planning to invest heavily in technology. 

How Organizations Responded During the COVID-19 Market Crisis

In March, as the coronavirus was spreading across a country that was rapidly shutting down, executives told us their top priority was a focus on remote work and that their greatest fear was the unpredictability of clients and employees. 

Challenges to Re-Entry and Long-Term Impacts of COVID-19

In May, the true impact of the virus set in as the majority of executives said the recession would be longer and more impactful than the Great Recession. Two-thirds said organizations would work faster and more agile as a result of the crisis.

Prevailing in a Post-Pandemic Economy & the Top Investments to Make

In October, executives told us social distancing and remote work was the top hindrance to employee productivity. They also expected M&A activity to surge in 2021 while planning to invest heavily in technology. 

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