Managing talent has overtaken risk as top of the CEO agenda, according to analysis from PwC's 14th annual CEO survey. Some 83% of the 1200 CEOs surveyed globally plan to change their firm's talent management strategy over the next 12 months and for 31% these changes will be major. The next priorities are risk management and investment, with 77% and 76% of CEOs respectively anticipating changes in these areas. Last year risk management was the number one priority for 84% of CEOs, followed by investment (81%), and talent third (79%). Globally the picture varies from region to region. In Asia-Pacific and the Middle-East, 92% and 89% of CEOs respectively plan to make changes to their people strategy, whereas in North America the figure drops to 78%. Available video includes soundbites.