Andrew Grill is Global Managing Partner at IBM Social Consulting.
Andrew is an internationally recognised thought leader and keynote speaker on the topics of digital transformation, social business and social media networks.
Andrew has delivered over 300 keynote presentations at events around the world on issues relating to digital transformation, new technologies, digital strategy, social eminence, brand advocates and the rise of social media to become social business.
Andrew’s presentations draw on his first-hand experience of digital transformation, and the power of social media networks as a result of his role as CEO at Kred – the leading social influence platform.
His leadership of 6 startups over a 12-year period ensures he can also speak to audiences about how to “think like a startup” and work in an agile way.
As a business leader, Andrew has over 20 years’ business experience as a result of running Australia’s largest commercial property website, PropertyLook, as well as holding senior marketing and business development roles with Australian telecommunications companies Telstra and Optus.
Part strategy, part business, part technology, Andrew Grill is 100% digital.
Aside from keynote speeches, Andrew is also available to facilitate panel sessions.
Speaking Topics include:
Disrupt or be Disrupted – Digital Disruption is here now.
What it means for you and your business – practical advice to stay ahead of the curve.
How your best advocates are already on the payroll and how you can harness them for mutual benefit.
Big Data in the Age of Cognitive
How big data + cognitive + IoT is the future and what you need to know.
Why you need experienced digital practitioners on your board & how to find them.
Eminence & Influence in a Digital World
How you can build and drive an eminence and influencer program for your company.
How digital will change your company’s culture and how you can position for success.
Workplace of the Future
The nature of work is changing, driven by digital, social and mobile. How can you and your employees adapt?
New Technology Trends
Social Business, IoT, Cognitive computing – what’s next?