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A total of 2,454 respondents from North America (40%), Europe (40%), APAC (16%) and the Middle East (4%) participated in the survey conducted in January 2016. The respondents represented C-suite decision makers, mid-level managers, MBA students, and Futurists. The business leaders represented a cross section of six industries – Finance, Life Sciences, Healthcare, Insurance, Retail, Manufacturing. All companies had more than $250M+ revenue. Together these companies accounted for about $7.3 trillion in total revenue over the past year.
The study was conducted with research and economic support from Roubini ThoughtLab, an independent thought leadership consultancy. Roubini ThoughtLab is a joint venture with eConsult Solutions, a leading economic consultancy. It was founded by CEO Lou Celi and noted economist Dr. Nouriel Roubini.
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Paul Roehrig, PhD, is Vice President and Global Managing Director at Cognizant’s Center for The Future of Work. He was formerly a Principal Analyst at Forrester Research and is also a co-founder of Cognizant Digital Works. Paul can be reached at email@example.com.
Ben Pring is Vice President and Director for Cognizant’s Future for the Center of Work. He was previously a Research Vice President at Gartner. In 2008 he was awarded Gartner’s prestigious annual Thought Leadership Award. Ben can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paul and Ben – along with Malcolm Frank – are co-authors of Code Halos: How the Digital Lives of People, Things, and Organizations are Changing the Rules of Business.