by Michelle King
Originally published: May 23, 2017
“The pace of change in the next three to five years will be unlike anything we have ever seen before. This is a really disruptive time that we live in. Convergence and the blurring of lines across industries creates the opportunity for women to really excel,” says Lynne Doughtie, U.S. Chairman and CEO of professional services firm KPMG.
Doughtie says organizations need nimble, cooperative and diverse teams in place to take advantage of technological changes. This will ultimately mean more opportunities for women. “I have found that women are really in their element in a very collaborative approach. I see it as a great time for women in leadership,” she says.