Global Trends for CIOs and CTOs: impact on IT company strategy - for IBM - conference keynote by Futurist - SLIDES

Dr Patrick Dixon: Futurist Keynote Speaker - Latest Futurist Keynote Speaker Slides - FUTURE

Big trends that will impact clients of IT companies like IBM. Lecture delivered at London Business School. What CEOs of multinationals are thinking about. How to engage in wider strategic discussions with major clients. Why many CIOs and CTOs are not represented on boards. Need for Agile Leadership to manage uncertainty. Future of customers, consumer expectations, Big Data, Internet of Thinks and Cybersecurity. Managing risks in large IT projects. Anticipating and managing rapid change.

CLICK on YOUR FUTURE dropdown menu for individual web areas on many different industries and trends / forecasts including infotech, AI, robotics, Big Data, Blockchain etc.

As one of the world's best Futurist speakers, Patrick Dixon has advised over 400 of the world's largest 2000 multinationals, including many of the world's largest IT companies, on a wide range global trends, often sharing platforms with their CEOs at their most important corporate events for senior leadership or clients.

He is author of 16 Futurist books and has been ranked one of the 20 most influential business thinkers alive today.

He has given Futurist keynotes at conferences in more than 50 nations and has an outstanding track record of successful forecasting for large software and hardware providers, banks and financial institutions over more than two decades.  

* The Futurist Keynote Speaker slides by Patrick Dixon from this event are no longer available.  Scroll down this page for links to hundreds of Patrick Dixon's free videos of Futurist keynotes, posts and resources. 

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