Tag Archives: Mike Walsh

Mike Walsh on How Great Companies Reinvent Themselves

Leading futurist Mike Walsh shares insights on how great companies reinvent themselves to survive the future. Why is it that some companies manage to survive and thrive for decades, while others and the products they make, fade into history? The answer is adaptability. Great companies re-invent themselves constantly, adapting rapidly to how the needs of […]

Vinh Giang and Mike Walsh Speaking at Project Management Conference

Vinh Giang and Mike Walsh will be speaking at the PMI Conference in Asia on March 28-29, 2015, in Bali, Indonesia, sharing their insights on leadership, and the future of business.                       Find out more about the conference here… Vinh Giang Vinh is South Australian born, of Vietnamese / Chinese descent. His parents arrived in […]

Mike Walsh Publishes New Book The Dictionary Of Dangerous Ideas

We are most thrilled that our Futurist Speaker Mike Walsh is publishing his new book, The Dictionary Of Dangerous Ideas! The Dictionary Of Dangerous Ideas is a collection of the most challenging concepts facing business leaders at the dawn of the 21st century. At the intersection of emerging technologies and new patterns of human behavior, […]

Mike Walsh Presentation on the Future at InfoComm 2014

Starting his presentation at InfoComm 2014 with a story of the Indonesian Internet, Mike Walsh reminds the audience that when we talk about the future, it is not only the cutting-edge technology, but the human beings behind it, that counts. To understand the future, on top of technology, we will also need to understand anthropology. […]

Mike Walsh: The Future of Work

Futurist Mike Walsh shared his insights on the future of work – and he emphasizes that focusing only on technology is never the best solution. In the 21st century, it is not enough just to study Social Capital, or how people are connected in an organisation. We have to go one step further and understand […]

Mike Walsh: A Research-driven Approach to Speaking

Mike Walsh is the CEO of Tomorrow, a global consultancy on designing business for the 21st century. He advises leaders on how to thrive in this era of disruptive technological change. With a background in research and strategic consulting, Mike first leads his clients through a pre-event research process, designed to pinpoint the most relevant issues […]

Mike Walsh in Asia in March

Great news! Leading futurist Mike Walsh will be in Asia in March and he will be available for speaking engagements. Mike Walsh Mike Walsh, futurist speaker, author of Futuretainment and CEO of innovation research agency Tomorrow, helps to prepare business leaders for what’s next. Everything is changing. All the traditional industries we grew up with […]

Most Grateful for Another Great Year! Events in 2013

We are most grateful for the support of our clients and speakers, for the trust and love during 2013! We wouldn’t have been able to pull off so many successful events in 2013 without you all!!!! Thank you!

Speakers for Annual Kick-off Meetings

Planning your company’s annual kick-off meeting in January to energise your team? Our motivational and business speakers are ready to bring you some inspiration: Mike Walsh – Leading Asia Futurist Fredrik Haren – Creativity & Innovation David Lim – Leading Asian Motivational Speaker Erez Morag – Innovation Expert, Nike Game Changer Lewis Pugh – Achieving The […]

Mike Walsh on the Importance of Social Network in Business

Why should companies use social networks at work? Mike Walsh thinks that the intelligent use of social network in the workplace can enhance employee engagement. Here’s a short excerpt of Mike’s talk to the NASSCOM leadership forum in Mumbai Mike Walsh Mike Walsh, futurist speaker, author of Futuretainment and CEO of innovation research agency Tomorrow, […]

Mike Walsh: Design Your Company For the Future Workshop in Hong Kong

Leading Futurist Mike Walsh will be conducting the professional workshop “Design Your Company For the Future” on Sep 12, 2013, in Hong Kong. What does it take to lead a 21st century company? New technology is not only an opportunity to improve productivity, it invites us to ask a much bigger question – can we […]

Mike Walsh and Emma Reynolds Speaking at HR Conference in Hong Kong

Want to win top talents? Join the Employer Branding Conference on Sep 11, 2013, in Hong Kong to pick the brains of the top employer brands, as well as be inspired by our speakers Mike Walsh on “The 21st Century Workplace” and Emma Reynolds on how the HR and Marketing can join forces. Interested? Details: […]

Mike Walsh in Asia in September 2013

We are happy to announce you that Mike Walsh will be in Asia in September 2013. Engage Mike for your next event in September and save on travel costs… Mike Walsh Author of Futuretainment and CEO of innovation research agency Tomorrow, Mike Walsh helps to prepare business leaders for what’s next. A leading authority on […]

Hong Kong Conference Speakers

Looking for speakers for your upcoming event in Hong Kong? We have great suggestions for Hong Kong conference speakers: Dr Willy Lam – China Politics and Economy Expert Dr Chris Chan – Asia Business Environment Rob Lilwall – Cycling Home from Siberia Chandran Nair – Consumptionomics Mike Walsh – Leading Futurist Alice Kaushal – Business […]

Mike Walsh: Innovation Insights from a Chinese Business Case

Below is the media coverage: Unleashing the future by innovation MANILA, Philippines — Mike Walsh, the CEO of consumer innovation research agency Tomorrow and author of Futuretainment, shared an interesting anecdote on consumer-driven innovation at the Globe Business Enterprise Innovation Forum earlier this week. … Walsh suggested that what’s different now is that the cycle of innovation is taking place much faster in response to demand by empowered consumers that have never known what life was without computers and the Internet.

Mike Walsh Talks About The Future of Work

201110181000.jpg Our best and most sought-after futurist speaker, Mike Walsh , Our best futurist speaker, Mike Walsh , was featured in the Australian Financial Review on the future of work – quoting himself as an example of the new generation of “knowledge worker: Extract of the coverage: … Walsh says the revolutionary impact of technology and social network, and gteh influx into the workforce of “digital natives (who were using keyboards before ether learned to form letters with a pencil), mean that the leaders we have now are not the sort of people we will need in the future. … Future leaders also have to be gifted communicators, to be able to transmit the vision of the company to its people.