Category: Presentations

Big Data + Big Ideas = Big Impact

Peter Fisk explores the world of big data and its impact on business through innovation and marketing, with particular application to the future of telecoms. First presented at Marketing Genius Live, Astana 19 Feb 2015. Continue reading

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10 Creative Myths Debunked

Business creativity is shrouded in unhelpful myths. Greg Orme from my alma mater London Business School cuts his way through the folklore to enable some creating thinking. Continue reading

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15 Startups to Watch in 2015-2016

Digital analyst Brian Solis assembled a list of 15 startups he believes will stand out this year while also sparking new trends. From the sharing economy to AR/VR to 3D Printing to Messaging to Enterprise Collaboration and more, this list will help you see and appreciate top trends happening in Silicon Valley and around the world now. Continue reading

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What's Big in 2015?

From weak signals to strong ideas, we gathered a list of ten trends we expect to unfold in 2015. Continue reading

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25 Disruptive Technology Trends 2015 - 2016

Brian Solis explores some of the biggest technology trends and possible twists on the horizon for 2015 and 2016. Continue reading

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My presentation was neither about the organization or about consumer needs and wants, rather, it’s about and for the Chief Innovation Officer. I wanted to make the case for pro-active dashboards to rewire the future of innovation and careers at the enterprise. I wanted to ask: Measure, or be measured. Which would you prefer? Continue reading

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10 TRENDS FOR 2015

Here are 10 TRENDS FOR 2015 and 10 prime innovation opportunities to run with – and profit from – in 2015! Continue reading

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