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Tags: Business / Big Data / Artificial Intelligence / Internet of Things (IoT) / Blockchain / Future Trends / Innovation / International / Technology

About

Paul Armstrong is a leading strategist, author, and speaker on the future of technology, disruption, retail innovation, media industry, social technologies, consumer technology, mobile innovation, IoT, Martech/Adtech, start-ups, and the start-up ecosystem. Paul runs the technology advisory HERE/FORTH where he helps clients including PwC, Coca-Cola, O2, P&G, jkrGlobal and MEC understand trends and how to sensibly apply emerging technologies strategically.  

Paul is regularly seen on the BBC and News at Ten, when industry comment is called for, and currently writes for a number of publications, including Forbes, Reuters, Cool Hunting, Evening Standard, and Short List. Paul’s first book, Disruptive Technologies, offers organizations a distinct response to emerging technologies including Blockchain (Bitcoin), artificial intelligence, graphene, and nanotechnology and other external factors – such as the sharing economy, mobile penetration, millennial workforce, ageing populations – that impact on their business, client service and product model. Disruptive Technologies became a best seller on Amazon with pre-orders alone. Paul is also co-host of the TechTalk show podcast and a founding member of the Good Technology Collective.

Topics

Disruption: How Emerging Technology and Behavioural Trends will Impact Business

A deep dive into what is and isn’t disruptive with a look into what’s driving disruption, how to get ahead of it and how to avoid it in the future.

Technology: What’s Now, Next, and Future

A simple but bespoke look at technologies that are here and will be here in the next 5, 10, 50 years.

TBD Framework: Technology, Behavior, Data

An explanation and run-through of the framework within the Amazon best-selling book Disruptive Technologies looking at technology, behaviour and data.

Disruptive Leadership: Business of the Future

A focused review and outlook on the current and future leadership skills and styles needed with a concentration on leaders of tomorrow, as well as, some key observations about leaders from today and yesterday.

Consumer Behaviour: Technology Use Change

A focused look at the consumers of today and tomorrow through the lens of the technology they use and will use.

The Future of the Media Industry

Paul Armstrong has created and runs the @themediaisdying network – a predictive and unique look at how the media will morph as new technologies and consumer behaviours change. Less a historical review, this is a look at how to survive and thrive during troubling times for the media.

Social Media Strategy and Innovation

Presented as a workshop where social and innovations strategies are tested, reviewed, and course corrected.

Retail Innovation

A bespoke look at the technologies being used by corporations, stores and consumers to achieve different roles. A look at the value chain and how consumers live their lives is also included.

Future-Proofing Your Business

A bespoke look at the threats and opportunities that are coming at your business from exponential technologies, changing consumer needs and a host of other areas.

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  • "The perfect guide for all professionals, looking to better understand and thrive in the current marketplace of disruptive technologies." The New York Times
  • "Companies around the world ask me how can they be more innovative or deal with disruptions from more innovative companies. Paul gives you the recipe here." Robert Scoble
  • "A comprehensive look of the fast-approaching technology tsunamis guaranteed to change your business. This book is an insightful and practical guide to making decisions in an uncertain world." Nir Eyal
  • "Lots of books attempt to predict the future of technology. This one does something different and more valuable: It provides thoughtful, step-by-step advice on how companies can prepare themselves for the era of unprecedented change that lies ahead." Fast Company
  • "Paul provides a good overview of how technological disruption happens, and how you or your company can make it happen for you. Clear and concise." Fortune

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NEW @washingtonpost:

On the heels of Uber’s long-awaited safety report, I sat down with CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.

When rape happens in an Uber, who’s responsible?
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