The future isn't digital
The future isn't digital, the future is hybrid - humans are the greatest asset
A growing number of companies are putting technology on a pedestal and are focusing on the "construction materials" rather than the problems they are trying to solve. Digital disruption wasn't caused by tech, it was the effect of unhappy customers needing a solution to their problems. Have organisations forgotten why they are in business? Is the premise, to sell products and monetise clients, a thing of the past?
AI and machine learning is changing just about every part of the corporate world, but are we thinking about it wrong and are we missing the obvious change we need to make to be successful in the future
Are we wrong about AI?
Why doing good is good for business.
There are a multitude of ways that you can lead, operate and grow your business, but with just a bit more thought and some basic tips you can be even more successful and at the same time have a real and lasting impact.
NGO as you Go
Finance is being revolutionised through FinTech but the basics of financial literacy stay the same – earn more than you spend. How can you use fintech technology to improve your financial literacy and wellbeing.
Industry 4.0 and Money
Developing Leadership Skills for the new normal.
In my mind, all a leader has to do is to inspire their staff to do their career’s best work. This, combined with an effective digital transformation, will turn any company into a leader in their industry and maybe even into the world’s best!
Beyond digital transformation
Learn how a social enterprise journey in the Sumatran jungle with the Orangutans lead to defining the innovation strategy of the worlds best bank.
Innovation isn't about apps or technology, its about the fundamental shift our your entire staff base to empower them with the tools of innovation, learn how companies can becomes engines of innovation
Engines of innovation
The art of influencing people have been around for thousands of years: we’ve all heard of charismatic leaders and charming individuals who can win over hearts with a few words and a smile. In this session, Neal Cross shares the art of becoming a master of human influence that can be used in sales, talent acquisitions, leadership and forming partnerships.