Dan Cobley talks about innovation; about agile company culture; about how digital connectivity and devices are transforming consumer behaviour and the industries that depend on them; and about the lessons learned from Google and how they can be applied to other companies and sectors.
With a high energy style, Dan uses a combination of humorous stories, data-led insights, and personal experience, illustrated with images, video and live product demos, to ensure his sessions are both engaging and full of impact.
What Physics Taught Me About Marketing
Physics and marketing don't seem to have much in common, but Dan Cobley is passionate about both. Based on his popular TED Talk, Dan brings these unlikely bedfellows together using Newton's second law, Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, the scientific method and the second law of thermodynamics to explain the fundamental theories of branding.
The Changing Consumer
How digital (led by cloud and mobile) is transforming the way we all live and what that means for how companies need to serve us.
Disruption in FinTech
How changing consumer behaviours and expectations are driving new demands on the financial services sector, and how the start-ups are meeting them - threatening existing players.
How To Build An Innovation Culture
Lessons from Google and from the world of FinTech start-ups on how to inject innovation into your organisation.
Creating Winning Teams & Culture
Building teams that win in a fast moving world, drawing on lessons from Google, Capital One and the best tech start-ups
10x Innovation Thinking
How Google, Tesla and others strive for 'order of magnitude' change to turbo-charge their innovation agenda.
The Next Wave of Digital Disruption: AI & Machine Learning
How the gathering and harnessing of data, and the application of AI and ML will drive the next wave of massive disruption to business and society.
The Power of Data
How measuring everything and harnessing the power of smart / beautiful data visualisation and machine learning gives you an edge.
The Future of Cars - Electrification, Sharing & Autonomy
How will the like of Tesla, Uber and Google change personal transportation, and what does it mean for our industry, our cities and our society?
What's Next in Digital Transformation?
Having seen digital transform sectors like publishing, media, travel and retail, what's next? What will be the impact on the 'laggard' sectors of manufacturing, finance, healthcare, etc?