The Change Readiness Index, which was developed in collaboration between KPMG and the Overseas Development Institute, is a new, forward-looking index that assesses 60 developing countries and their capability to manage change. It is based on the hypothesis that a country’s ability to respond to changes and take advantage of the resulting opportunities – its change readiness – will be a key factor in achieving sustained growth. To see the results of the 2012 Change Readiness Index, view the full report and data, and compare the overall scores and rankings of countries, visit www.kpmg.com/changereadiness.
Growing Private Sector Engagements in International Development pdf
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