Jan
16
Thu
2020
Royds Withy King – The Decade Ahead @ The Gherkin
Jan 16 @ 18:45 – 19:00
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On the top floor of the iconic Gherkin building in London, Andrew presented to 200 of leading law firm Royds Withy King clients on the Decade Ahead where he delivered his futurist views on a range of trends for 2020 and beyond including:

• Climate change – using satellites + AI to sport trends
• The Future of work – people / place / purpose
• Digital legacy – what happens to our data when we die?
• The High street challenge
• Wearables and the value exchange needed before consumers will share health data
• Facial recognition – and how we’ll smile instead of swipe soon
• The Internet of Things and why this sector will grow rapidly
• Space travel

All in a very crisp 15 minutes.

He also provided some predictions for the decade ahead

• Driverless cars only roads
• AI in the boardroom > better decisions
• Wireless charging for electric vehicles
• Modular houses built in 10 days
• Uber flying taxis
• Chief Trust officer in 50% of top 2000 companies
• World population 8Bn
• UK fastest growing country in Europe

Feb
11
Tue
2020
Greenwich University – Presentation Secrets @ Greenwich University
Feb 11 @ 11:00 – 13:00

Andrew delivered a guest lecture at the University of Greenwich to PR students on the topic “Presentation Secrets”.

In this interactive 2-hour session he shared presentation tips and tricks from his 20+ year professional speaking career.

Tips included:

  • What makes a great presentation? 
  • The use of the “cold open”
  • How to keep to time
  • The importance of rehearsal
  • Filming your talk
  • Embedding video
  • Efficient use of words & pictures
  • The best presentation technology
  • Selecting images
  • PowerPoint “Presenter View”
  • Eye contact
  • Social proof
  • Dealing with nerves
  • Being memorable

If you would like Andrew to share his presentation secrets with you or your team, please get in touch.

He also provides 1-1 presentation skills training.

Apr
21
Tue
2020
Asahi International HR team webinar @ Virtual
Apr 21 @ 15:30 – 16:30
Asahi International HR team webinar @ Virtual

Andrew presented to the HR team of Asahi international and spoke about a number of topics including:

  • Future of Work
  • Becoming Digitally Curious
  • Effective collaboration for remote teams
  • Developing a “Working out Loud” mentality
  • The difference between “doing agile” and “being agile”
  • Digital Diversity
  • The Two tribes: “Born-Digital” and “Going Digital”

 

Oct
7
Wed
2020
Eurex Client Webinar @ Online
Oct 7 @ 17:00 – 18:00
Eurex Client Webinar @ Online

The ongoing pandemic has changed how we work and live and has made us very dependent on technology. We now spend more time than ever looking at screens and using apps. But are you making the most of out the technology available to you? Are you aware how algorithms limit your choice? Do you know your digital imprint? What is your “digital first impression”? To help answer these questions and more, Eurex has invited a guest speaker, Practical Futurist Andrew Grill, to provide an insightful presentation focusing on these topics:

• Navigating the new normal with technology

• Recent developments in the FinTech world

• What technologies such as blockchain and AI mean for the finance industry

• Information wars and alternative data

• Your digital imprint and what to do about it

• Technology predictions 12 months from now

• How to remain digitally curious and stay ahead of your competitors

Nov
10
Tue
2020
Hg Capital 2020 Growth Summit @ Online
Nov 10 @ 14:00 – 15:00
Hg Capital 2020 Growth Summit @ Online | England | United Kingdom
Hg Capital 2020 Growth Summit

Andrew provided the opening keynote for the HG Capital 2020 Growth Summit titled “New Rules for selling through the screen: the digital touch”

Earlier this year McKinsey & Company published a survey about how B2B sales have changed during Covid. With 90% of selling now remote, how do we sell through the screen?

The theme of the event was “Same game, new rules” and was broadcast to the entire Hg portfolio of companies globally.

In keeping with the theme of “New Rules” he shared 5 new rules for selling through the screen:

1. Eminence has real value
2. Your digital 1st impression is key
3. Influencers belong on your team
4. Native content beats paid advertising
5. Embrace your LinkedIn profile

As the Practical Futurist, the talk was part inspiration, part practical and the delegate and client feedback shows it was the perfect mix.

Nov
16
Mon
2020
WorldPay Rethink Series – Thriving in the new world @ Online
Nov 16 @ 15:00 – 16:00

Rethink is the industry-defining event for payments, presented by WorldPay. With a combination of tracks, breakouts, a product showcase, industry networking and personalised consultations, you’ll leave with tangible insights to elevate your payments strategy.

Former IBM Global Managing Partner Andrew Grill is one of the leading commentators on tomorrow’s technology. Whether he’s unpicking digital disruption or casting light on how blockchain and artificial intelligence are repainting our future, Andrew’s presentations are invariably lively and thought-provoking. Among other things, Andrew will pick through the possible futures that COVID-19 will leave in its wake and the post-pandemic landscape in which enterprises must learn to thrive.

Andrew presented an inspirational opening keynote titled “Brave New World”.

Nov
24
Tue
2020
Adobe – Using Digital Transformation to Futureproof Citizen Experience @ Online
Nov 24 @ 05:00 – 06:00

Tuesday 24th November 2020
16:00hrs – 16:45hrs AEDT

Adobe are pleased to present this special webinar with featured speaker, Andrew Grill, practical futurist and former Business Ambassador for the South Australian Government.
Join us as we discover how digital transformation can futureproof your organisation and enhance operational performance

Register today to hear directly from world-renowned business figure, Andrew Grill. As a futurist expert, experienced CEO and digital advocate, Andrew is highly respected in the world of futurism, finance and business. Andrew will give us his unique perspective into the pivotal role data plays in digital transformation and explain how using data-driven decisions can help improve internal workflows and positively impact citizen experience, through connected journeys.

Not only has Andrew been Global Managing Partner for IBM, but over a career spanning 30+ years, he’s worked for and with, many of the world’s leading companies and has ensured the longevity of some of the biggest names on the market. In his position as South Australian Business Ambassador for the South Australian Government, he also secured the future of the state’s travel, business and tourism. As a practical futurist, Andrew will draw on his experience and invaluable knowledge to share actionable insights into how data can be used to optimise your organisation’s operations and personalise citizen engagements.

Join Adobe, together with Andrew Grill, for this unique opportunity to explore the crucial – current and future – role of data intelligence in government.

Nov
26
Thu
2020
Business Lincolnshire GoDigital20 Conference
Nov 26 @ 12:10 – 12:40
Business Lincolnshire GoDigital20 Conference
Business Lincolnshire GoDigital20 Conference

Andrew delivered a keynote speech at Business Lincolnshire’s #GoDigital20 Conference – Get Future Ready, Survive and Thrive on Thursday 26 November 2020.

The conference aims to bring together industry experts and local businesses leading the way for a morning to explore digital approaches that can assist with Covid-19 recovery, supporting businesses to be future ready, survive and thrive.

The event attracted an audience of both digital and traditional businesses from a variety of sectors which will primarily be made up of micro-businesses and SMEs.

The conference included a mix of inspiring keynote presentations, practical thinking panel discussions, hands-on workshops, networking opportunities and an expo highlighting business support offers available to Greater Lincolnshire based SMEs.

 

The conference programme is presented below.

09:00 » 09:05               Welcome

09:05 » 09:15               Opening Address

09:15 » 09:45               Bringing Tech and Tradition Together

09:50 » 10:20               Workshop Session One

10:20 » 10:45               Networking Break & Expo

10:45 » 11:00               Case Study: How digitalisation has evolved our business

11:00 » 11:30               Panel Discussion

11:35 » 12:05               Workshops Session Two (Repeat of Session One)

12:10 » 12:40               Keynote Speech – Andrew Grill – The Workplace of the Future

12:40 » 12:55               Q&A Session

12:55 » 13:00               Closing Remarks

13:00 » 13:30               Networking & Expo

13:30                              Close

 

 

Nov
27
Fri
2020
Eurex Fixed Income Sales Academy @ Online
Nov 27 @ 14:00 – 15:00
Eurex Fixed Income Sales Academy @ Online

Andrew was invited to present to the Eurex Fixed Income Sales Academy, a global group of Eurex staff.

The ongoing pandemic has changed how we work and live and has made us very dependent on technology. We now spend more time than ever looking at screens and using apps. But are you making the most of out the technology available to you? Are you aware how algorithms limit your choice? Do you know your digital imprint? What is your “digital first impression”? To help answer these questions and more, Eurex has invited a guest speaker, Practical Futurist Andrew Grill, to provide an insightful presentation focusing on these topics:

• Navigating the new normal with technology

• Recent developments in the FinTech world

• What technologies such as blockchain and AI mean for the finance industry

• Information wars and alternative data

• Your digital imprint and what to do about it

• Technology predictions 12 months from now

• How to remain digitally curious and stay ahead of your competitors

Dec
15
Tue
2020
The Housing Sector in 2025 – what will it look like and how do we get there? @ Online
Dec 15 @ 12:00 – 13:00
The Housing Sector in 2025 – what will it look like and how do we get there? @ Online
The Housing Sector in 2025 – what will it look like and how do we get there?

 

Andrew will be delivered the opening keynote titled: “The Housing Sector in 2025 – what will it look like and how do we get there?”

Synopsis: World Renowned Practical Futurist and former IBM Global Managing Partner Andrew Grill will provide a view of how the housing sector needs to deliver more a more relevant and responsive level of customer service, and embrace digital transformation to get there.

Just as we expect great customer service when we deal with multiple suppliers in our personal and commercial lives, so do our tenants and residents. As an industry we need to put the needs of the customer at the heart of everything we do and be responsive to their needs through the most appropriate channel.

As companies are now embracing a work from home culture, what does that mean for the housing sector? Andrew will look at the emerging trends and make predictions about how digital will totally transform our sector, with a move to more people living further away from populated centres, and corporates reducing their need for dense office space as a distributed workforce takes hold.

Andrew will make some bold predictions for 2025 and provide practical tips to ensure you are ready to transform your technology, culture and customer experience.

This is a must attend event for senior housing professionals trying to make sense of the world and the future role of their organisations. Brought to you in association with Mobysoft.

As 2020 draws to a close, HQN is bringing together some of the country’s top thinkers, strategists, and agents of change to give the housing sector’s leaders a welcome tonic ahead of fresh challenges to come.

Practical Futurist Andrew Grill, RSA Chief Executive Matthew Taylor and Resolution Foundation Director Lindsay Judge are among an outstanding line-up of speakers who will share their thoughts on the state of the nation and the wider world at the end of a year like no other.

Covering everything from coronavirus and Brexit to Black Lives Matter, the US election and domestic policy issues, our popular review of the year event will give senior housing professionals the opportunity to draw breath and take stock of everything that has happened while providing a roadmap for the future.

Designed to provide inspiration and ideas (with a dose of reality), the event couldn’t come at a better time for housing’s leadership teams.

In addition to getting to grips with the day-to-day challenges posed by the pandemic, the social housing sector is facing significant legislative and regulatory changes that will fundamentally reform our relationship with residents and the way our properties are managed.

Central to this is the Social Housing White Paper which is expected to land in the final two weeks of November. This event is the perfect opportunity to get up to speed with the key recommendations.

Chaired by HQN Chief Executive Alistair McIntosh, key sessions include:

  • Understanding the big picture – the future of society
  • A renewed sense of purpose – the future role of housing organisations
  • Finding the leaders of tomorrow
  • Tackling inequality and the underlying causes of poverty
  • The workplace of the future
  • Delivering digital change through disruption
  • The Social Housing White Paper – rebalancing the landlord-resident relationship
  • Reflections on the Grenfell Inquiry.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Andrew Grill – the Practical Futurist
  • Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, RSA
  • Lindsay Judge, Research Director, The Resolution Foundation
  • Yvonne Castle, Chief Executive, Johnnie Johnson Housing Trust
  • Kate Lamble, presenter of the Grenfell Inquiry Podcast for BBC Radio
  • Vicky Spratt, Housing Correspondent, The iPaper.

Keynote speaker biogs:

Andrew Grill – the Practical Futurist

Futurist keynote speaker and former IBM Global Managing Partner, Andrew Grill is a top-rated presenter and commentator on issues around digital disruption, the workplace of the future, emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, digital diversity and employee advocacy.

Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, RSA

Matthew Taylor has been Chief Executive of the RSA since 2006. Prior to becoming CEO, Matthew was Chief Adviser on Political Strategy to then Prime Minister Tony Blair. He was the Director of the Institute for Public Policy Research between 1999 and 2003, has written numerous articles, and is a regular panellist on Radio 4’s Moral Maze. He tweets as @RSAMatthew. Matthew blogs on topics ranging from policy, politics, public service reform and cultural theory to the RSA itself.

Lindsay Judge, Research Director, The Resolution Foundation

Lindsay joined the Resolution Foundation in February 2016 as a Senior Research and Policy Analyst. She previously worked at Child Poverty Action Group, the World Bank and Oxfam where she developed policies to assist those on low incomes as well as researched the politics of poverty reduction. She leads on housing and agency workers.

Vicky Spratt, Housing Correspondent, The iPaper

Vicky is a journalist, housing campaigner and author of the book ‘Tenants: Stories of Britain’s Housing Shame’ which is being published in 2020.

Who should attend?

  • Chief executives
  • Board members
  • Executive teams
  • Senior management teams

Tickets are available from here for £175 or £150 for HQN members.

Eurex Client Webinar 2 @ Online
Dec 15 @ 15:00 – 16:00
Eurex Client Webinar 2 @ Online

Andrew is back agin to inform and educate key Eurex clients.

The ongoing pandemic has changed how we work and live and has made us very dependent on technology. We now spend more time than ever looking at screens and using apps. But are you making the most of out the technology available to you? Are you aware how algorithms limit your choice? Do you know your digital imprint? What is your “digital first impression”? To help answer these questions and more, Eurex has invited a guest speaker, Practical Futurist Andrew Grill, to provide an insightful presentation focusing on these topics:

• Navigating the new normal with technology

• Recent developments in the FinTech world

• What technologies such as blockchain and AI mean for the finance industry

• Information wars and alternative data

• Your digital imprint and what to do about it

• Technology predictions 12 months from now

• How to remain digitally curious and stay ahead of your competitors

Jan
14
Thu
2021
Destination LoRaWAN @ Webinar
Jan 14 @ 15:00 – 16:00
Destination LoRaWAN @ Webinar
Destination LoRaWAN

The Internet of Things is not new but in 2021 it will take on a more important role as we look to navigate the turmoil from 2020. Andrew provided a keynote titled “Accelerating Digital Transformation and Business Growth while Creating a Sustainable Future”.

Andrew discussed the role IoT will have on driving business while recovering from the financial impact of Covid19 including:

• IoT with Business Intelligence and AI
• Why LoRaWAN is the right path for IoT
• How IoT can be used to drive business productivity
• Predictions for 2025

He also be provided a case study on how leading IoT company Microshare.io is deploying their Universal Contact Tracing solution to safely return workers to organisations providing essential services.

Sign up for free at futurist.london/lorawan-webinar

Mar
18
Thu
2021
Apperio Expo – ALX London 2021 – The Future of Work @ Landing Forty Two
Mar 18 @ 08:30 – 13:30

ALX London: A 2021 vision for tomorrow’s lawyer.

Andrew will be delivering the opening keynote on future trends in the workplace and how tech will disrupt the legal sector.

The in-house lawyer of the future is going to be so much more than a sharp legal mind. They will need to be commercially-focused strategic partners, tech-savvy innovators, and the fulcrum on which the business rests.

The legal tech revolution helps lawyers identify and exploit opportunities. ALX London will prepare them for changing perceptions of how in-house teams bring value to their business.

General Counsels will be the core component in managing business stakeholders, relationships, and external law firms, and will ensure their businesses run efficiently and continue to grow.

ALX London is about equipping the lawyer of tomorrow with the skills they need to adapt to the changing legal landscape.

The expo is designed for General Counsels, Heads of Legal, Legal Operations Managers and other senior decision-makers within in-house legal departments.