Complexity has become an excuse for some businesspeople to preserve the status quo, to abandon thinking ahead and to push strategy to one side, because they don't believe it can be flexible and responsive enough to help them in a rapidly changing world.

Complexity has become an excuse for some businesspeople to preserve the status quo, to abandon thinking ahead and to push strategy to one side, because they don't believe it can be flexible and responsive enough to help them in a rapidly changing world.

KPMG recently asked 1,400 corporate decision makers in 22 countries about the issue of complexity and its impact on their business.

Here are some of the key findings:

1. 94% agreed that managing complexity is important to company success

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