When you come across a new terminology, some new jargon or acronyms, do you seek to understand what they mean or let them wash over you? I encourage all of my audiences to be curious and [...]
A report in the WSJ that says the "Big 4" audit firms (Deloitte, PWC, EY and KPMG) now generate more revenue from consulting than from their traditional audit services. What does this mean for [...]
In late 2017, I bought £20 worth of Bitcoin and £20 worth of Etherum via coinbase, the day that the price of many cryptocurrencies “crashed” from a high of around $19,000 the pervious week. I [...]
2017 has been a huge year for me in terms of public speaking. One constant though has been the need for change. I’ve spoken to large audiences around disruption, and new technologies such [...]
The Prime Minister needs to urgently find and promote a Digital Minister. Not someone who has been in the Government for years who needs a “turn” at something new, it needs radical thinking.
Forget Robots taking your job, in some industries such as recruitment they don’t exist anymore - now replaced by recruitment platforms.
The more I speak from the stage about disruption, the more I realise companies are challenged about exactly where to start.
Are some of your employees already behaving like robots in the repetitive tasks they are performing? A few weeks ago John Cryan, CEO of Deutsche Bank called out his bank and the rest of the [...]
Andrew Grill looks at how high street banks in the UK are responding to disruption by FinTech startups in two different ways - Barclays and their WeWork inspired spaces, and Clydesdale Bank's [...]