Polish managers are full of optimism

13-06-2007, 10:24

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Increased productivity, development of services – this is how the representatives of Poland’s biggest companies see themselves and the Polish economy in 2016.

According to the poll conducted by Roland Berger Strategy among key representatives of the most important companies from CEE countries, i.e. Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Romania, Croatia and Hungary, Polish and Croatian managers are the most optimistic. Austrian and Hungarian managers are the most pessimistic (the poll was conducted in 2006, before the crisis of Gyurcsany government).

The optimism index accounted on the basis of answers to questions concerning present economic situation and the situation in 2016 in the scale -5 to 5, amounts to 2.06 for Poland and 1.16 for Hungary. Jan Krzysztof Bielecki, Pekao CEO, Igor Chalupec, PKN Orlen ex-CEO, Jozef Wancer from Bank BPH, Andrzej Podsiadlo, ex-CEO of PKO BP, Jacek Bartkiewicz (BGZ) are the examples of businessmen interviewed. In their opinion, services will grow at the fastest rate – the development index amounts to 3.3 for Poland and 1.0 for CEE. Infrastructure and productivity will grow faster than in other Central and Eastern European Countries. In Poland, the index amounts to 2.6 and 2.0 respectively while in CEE – 2.4 and 1.5.

Interestingly, Polish respondents connect the economic situation of their company with the situation in the country (3.2) more than in the EU (1.8). The Czech expect the dependence of their economy on the EU is higher (2.4 percent). CEE companies want also their governments to less influence economy.

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