Are you ready to take your creative ideas from ‘incremental’ to ‘disruptive’ or even ‘destructive’? Nick Webb just spoke to one of our teams and left the group inspired and eager to break our normal conventions. He’s right when he says Innovation is not a bumper sticker – you have to do something to make it come to life. Cal Austin Regional Director – Pfizer Innovation
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Your audience demands a futurist speaker who is not merely a theorist but a real-world expert who walks the walk. Nicholas Webb is a multi-award-winning inventor, best-selling author, innovation professor, and the director for the Center for Innovation at WesternU, one of the country’s top medical schools. He is also the CEO of Lassen Scientific Inc., a management consulting firm providing innovation management consulting service and training to the best brands in the world. As an award-winning inventor, he’s been awarded over forty US patents for technologies that range from one of the world’s first wearable technologies to one of the smallest medical implants. As a researcher and professor, Nicholas travels the world working with fellow thought leaders to not just learn about the future but to create it.
Many organizations see the future as fuzzy, amorphous, and intimidating. The good news is that the future is
predictable—and it’s going to be amazing! In this powerful talk, world-renowned futurist Nicholas Webb will take
your audience on an exciting journey into the future, both near and far.
In this powerful talk, Nicholas will take the complexity of future technologies and make it approachable,
understandable, and real. Customized to be highly relevant to your industry, Nicholas will help you
successfully blaze your trail to an amazing future.
The future is bringing four well-defined building blocks or shifts: the impact of consumerization, connection
architecture, disruptive innovation, and new economic models. When you understand these building blocks, your
organization will be able to connect these trends to your organizational strategy to ensure your enterprise success.