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 [...]
About Andrew Grill
Based in London, Andrew is an internationally renowned thought leader in the fields of digital transformation, social business, and digital eminence. Andrew is a multiple TEDx and Keynote Speaker, and is Global Managing Partner, Social Consulting at IBM.
Andrew will be providing keynote at the Managing Partner Forum Summer Summit 2017. This event examines how leading professional services firms are shaping up to face the future, through their [...]
If you're an Australian Technology company looking to go global, this is for you. On May 16th and 18th in Sydney and Melbourne, don't miss this opportunity to hear how you can expand beyond the [...]
This is part two of an engaging and insightful conversation with Kim Babcock from Sales Reboot Camp. The 2-part series of interviews cover Digital Disruption, Digital Eminence, Employee Advocacy [...]
Interview with Kim Babcock from Sales Reboot Camp on Digital Disruption, Digital Diversity and being a Practical Futurist
An engaging and insightful conversation with Andrew Grill, Global Managing Partner @IBM and Practical Futurist. A 2-part post that focused on Digital Disruption, Digital Eminence, Employee [...]
Forget looking five years ahead. For many businesses the trick is looking five months, weeks or even days into the future. Practical futurist, Andrew Grill spoke to the Tomorrow Fair about the [...]
Employee advocacy is something clients ask me about on an almost weekly basis. How do you do it, and do it well without it becoming seen another campaign from the PR or comms teams?
How one click brought down the Clinton campaign – don’t let yourself get hacked. Enable 2-factor security TODAY!
If you’re reading this and use Gmail or any number of cloud based services and don’t know about or have “2 factor authentication” turned on, then in 2017 you’re going to get hacked.
As a public speaker, think about how you can help your audience reflect & implement what you've just said rather than simply being told "great speech".