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About The Speaker:
Salim Ismail (Founder and Chairman of ExO Works and OpenExO):
Salim is a sought-after business strategist, who presents globally to the leaders of many of the world’s largest companies and Heads of State.
He has been featured across a vast array of media outlets, including The New York Times, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Fortune, Forbes, WIRED, Vogue, Fox Business and the BBC.
Salim is a serial entrepreneur, having also founded technology companies including New York Grant Company, Confabb, PubSub Concepts, Fastrack Institute, and Ångströ, which was acquired by Google in 2010. He led Brickhouse, Yahoo!’s internal incubator and was the Founding Executive Director of Singularity University. He is a Board member of XPRIZE Foundation, Rokk3r Inc., Aion Advisory Board, and a General Partner of Rokk3r Fuel ExO Venture Fund. These associations give him extraordinary access to the most influential innovators of our time, plus technologies and business ideas while they are in stealth mode.
Webinar Series: The World Has Changed.
Webinar Topic: Companies Should Either Transform Or Die
About The Webinar:
Professionals, Business Owners, and Organisations want to know what the future looks like in an unpredictable market landscape. As many organizations try to regain lost traction, what resources and methodologies must they employ to break through the clutter? Understanding the key factors that need to be prioritized in the short-term to create a dynamic and sustainable impact is the need of the hour.
Salim Ismail, who first coined the term Exponential Organisation, will share his insights on the pros and cons of using technology and employing innovations in an increasingly digital and fragile world, as we stand at the crossroads of shaping the future.
This webinar will paint the picture with examples of the two possible futures that lay in front of us, Mad Max, or Star Trek. The attendees will get an insight into the powerful myths and stories that can guide us away from Mad Max and toward a Star Trek future as we think, question, and challenge the status quo.