Insigniam Executive Sentiment Survey Reveals 85% of Executives Feel Unprepared to Execute Innovations
Insigniam, a leading international management consulting firm, has released the full results of its Executive Sentiment Survey.

Insigniam, a leading international management consulting firm, has released the full results of its 2013 Executive Sentiment Survey. The survey was previously featured in the first issue of its thought-leadership magazine, Insigniam Quarterly.

The survey polled over 200 executive leaders in multiple industries from Global 1000 companies around the world for a 12-36 month view on the challenges they face in business. The heart of the survey delved into the problem of innovation for many executives—while 87% of them understand the importance of innovation to the success or strength of their company, only 15% feel prepared to execute it.

“How can leaders drive innovation in their companies if this disparity between preparation and action exists?” asks Nathan Owen Rosenberg, co-founder of Insigniam. “The constant push-pull of immediate results versus the longer growth of truly transformative innovation makes executives feel constrained and frustrated. This survey highlights the need for leaders need to create a culture of sustainability for innovation and a process that pushes forward through the frustrations and creates real results.”

To download the 2013 Executive Sentiment Survey and learn more about Insigniam, please visithttp://www.insigniam.com. To subscribe to Insigniam Quarterly, go to http://www.insigniamquarterly.com.

Insigniam is an international management consulting firm serving large-cap firms in multiple industry segments including pharmaceutical, healthcare, consumer goods, transportation, banking, and finance. Insigniam clients have documented in aggregate more than 50x ROI in savings and business results through enterprise transformation, Breakthrough Projects, innovation, and short- and long-term change initiatives.

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