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December 15, 2022
December 15, 2022 – WSJ Intelligence undertook a new international CEO survey for global technology and business solution provider NTT. WSJ Intelligence conducted the online quantitative survey of 350 worldwide CEOs of large corporations to understand their views on how business should—or shouldn't—contribute to society's goals.
The CEOs surveyed were asked about their organization's role in society, their social impact strategies, the stakeholders involved and how these strategies have been developed in the post-pandemic era. The study follows two similar surveys for NTT reported as white papers: Building Back with Purpose in 2020 and Innovation for a Sustainable Future in 2021. Comparing the results of the previous two reports enables assessment of progress and emerging trends.
The research revealed a deep understanding that innovation and investment in technology are vital to improving prosperity for all people and cultures. In a volatile world where change is the only constant, doubling down on tech solutions and adopting a collaborative—rather than divisive—mindset is vital.
Ultimately, the survey found that large corporations have continued their progress toward defining social-purpose statements and developing and implementing associated strategies. A large majority of CEOs say the events of the past three years have increased the importance of social purpose, giving prominence to companies that perceive and act with purpose as the best route to sustainable profits that support people and the planet for a better future.
In August and September 2022, with sponsorship from NTT, WSJ Intelligence conducted an online quantitative survey of 350 CEOs of large corporations in 16 countries around the world. The companies they represent are positioned in seven major industries. To read the latest research, please download the white paper here.
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