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Mike Walsh | Keynote Speaker

The 21st Century Business Designer and CEO, Tomorrow

Mike Walsh


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Mike Walsh I Keynote Speaker

Mike is the CEO of Tomorrow, a global consultancy on designing companies for the 21st century. He advises leaders on how to thrive in the current era of disruptive technological change.

A true global nomad, Mike travels over 300 days a year worldwide, researching trends, collecting innovation case studies and presenting on the future of business.

Mike’s clients include many of the global Fortune 500, and as a sought-after keynote speaker he regularly shares the stage with world leaders and business icons alike.

Mike previously founded Jupiter Research in Australia and has also held senior strategy roles at News Corporation in the Asia Pacific Region.

Mike’s latest book is The Algorithmic Leader: How to be smart when machines are smarter than you. His other books include the best-selling book Futuretainment, published by Phaidon and The Dictionary Of Dangerous Ideas. Each week he interviews provocative thinkers, innovators and troublemakers on his weekly podcast, Between Worlds.

Mike Walsh - Essence Statement

Mike Walsh

Mike Walsh is a truly nomadic futurist spending 300 days a year travelling to meet the most prominent change makers and rule breakers across a diverse set of industries. He frequently gets together with scientists, CEOs, explorers, inventors and entrepreneurs, those at the cutting edge of innovation to learn about the latest inventions likely to impact the way we live, the way we bank, the way business is made et al. Mike focuses on the complex and evolving relationship between humans and technology, the algorithmic leader and value of creativity in an age of automation. A very popular speaker, Mike aims to provide his audiences with 3 things “ a different point of view, a concrete set of actions that the audience can take to create change in their work and questions they can ask to challenge themselves and their colleagues.”