Don’t capitulate, innovate!

Discover how private company leaders can encourage more innovative thinking to drive resilience and recovery during a crisis.

Conor Moore

Conor Moore

Partner, National Leader, KPMG Private Enterprise, KPMG US

+1 415-335-8401


In today’s disrupted environment, private companies have two choices—they can either hunker down and wait for normalcy to return, or they can double down and innovate their way out of COVID-19.

In this edition of Privately Speaking, we look at what the “innovators” are doing to drive resilience and recovery during this time of health and economic uncertainty. And we offer some tips to help private company leaders encourage more innovative thinking at the strategy table.

Crises have a way of exposing weaknesses in business strategies and forcing transformation. Innovation leaders are not afraid to explore the white space being created. They are focusing on meeting their customers’ new needs and solving their life problems while improving those things that made them special in the first place.
– Conor Moore, National Leader, KPMG Private Enterprise, KPMG LLP

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