BALTIMORE, MD -- (Marketwired) -- Jun 13, 2013 -- Stanton Chase International (www.stantonchase.com), a retained executive search firm with 73 offices in 46 countries, has launched its "2013 Global Executive Strategy Survey." It has been distributed to senior industrial-sector executives and thought leaders throughout the world to highlight and identify trends, challenges, and market issues.
The survey can be accessed through https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/77MT3FB
The deadline for participation is June 28, 2013. The survey data, conclusions and results will be compiled into a white paper that will be sent to all participants.
"Our goal is to compile thoughtful and value-added insights by soliciting responses from leading executives throughout the world," said Mickey Matthews, Vice Chairman of Practice Groups and Global Industrial Practice Leader for Stanton Chase. "With our global footprint, we will be able to obtain valuable information from professionals on every continent to then allow business executives to make impactful, knowledge based decisions for their organizations."
"Our global economy requires all of us to be aware of trends in other countries and cultures so that we can respond and adapt to this rapidly changing sector, and with conviction," said Matthews. "We are confident that this survey and the resulting data analysis will provide valuable content that will aid leaders in taking thoughtful and strategic initiatives while concurrently being a catalyst for further discussion."
Aerospace & defense, automotive, chemical, engineering, construction, industrial components & equipment, mining, oil and gas, and pulp, paper & packaging are among the targeted sectors.
"These industry sectors are of critical importance to the world economy," added Matthews. "By understanding trends and opinions, we will be better able to understand the processes behind these cross-cultural and geographic industries. Participation by world class thought leaders is of the utmost importance for us to gather a strong sampling of opinions in this survey."
Some of the issues to be addressed in this survey include:
- Geographic and Sector Prospects for growth
- Financing Options and Alternatives
- Managing the Importance of technology
- Leadership Availability/shortage of talent
- Geographic targets of growth
- Characteristics most valued in hiring executives
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