Assessing countries’ ability to manage change and cultivate opportunity
What is the Change Readiness Index (CRI)?
This index is designed to measure how effectively a country’s government, private and public enterprises, people and wider civil society anticipate, prepare for, manage, and respond to change and cultivate opportunity. Examples of change include: — shocks such as financial and social instability and natural disasters — political and economic opportunities and risks such as changes in government, technology and demographics.
How can I use the index?
A wide range of public and private organizations can apply the data and insights provided by the CRI, for example to: — improve government policy by benchmarking national strengths and weaknesses and identifying areas in need of reform — inform investment decisions by highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of target countries — build leading practices by stimulating debate on change readiness and learning from higher-ranking countries — identify potential public and private sector partnerships by identifying areas to match capabilities and resources with highest priority needs.
Explore the CRI online tool To really bring the CRI data to life, take advantage of our interactive online tool to compare and contrast locations, view in-depth country profiles and create customized CRI reports for export.
Go to kpmg.com/changereadiness.