FOUNDER & PARTNER, NEXXWORKS | LECTURER, LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOL & MIT | FORBES CONTRIBUTOR | LINKEDIN INFLUENCER | AUTHOR
'' Phoenix companies that want to thrive in this age of the Never Normal, will need a sharper lens on global trends.''
A serial entrepreneur, advisor, keynote speaker and author, Peter is one of the most sought-after thought leaders on radical innovation, leadership and the impact of all things digital on society and business. He lectures at various business schools such as the London Business School (UK) and MIT in Boston. Peter has founded nexxworks to help organizations become fluid, innovate and thrive in 'The Day After Tomorrow'.
He has given numerous keynote presentations around the world, for companies such as Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Accenture, Microsoft, and has been the keynote headliner for many internal conferences for Fortune1000 companies. He is also a multiple board advisor on subjects related to innovation and technology.
He is the author of five bestselling business books. 'The Phoenix and The Unicorn' (March 2020) is a book about the Phoenix, about those companies that – just like the mythical bird – are able to rethink themselves in cycles: time and time again they rise from the ashes of the old, and come out stronger than ever before. ‘The Day After Tomorrow’ (June 2017) is about surviving in times of radical innovation. ‘The Network Always Wins’ (2014) explains how and why companies have no choice but to become a network when the outside world has evolved into one. In ‘The New Normal’ (2010), Peter writes about how companies should explore the limits of the digital world, and what happens when technology just becomes ‘normal’. ‘Business/IT Fusion’ (2008) is a guide about how to solve the conflict between business and IT.
Peter is frequently asked to contribute to (international) publications and is a Forbes contributor as well as a LinkedIn Influencer.
For more than fifteen years, Peter led a life of technology start-ups. His first company e-COM was acquired by Alcatel-Lucent, his second, Streamcase, by Belgacom, and Across Technology by Delaware Consulting. His third venture (Porthus) was quoted on the stock exchange in 2006 and acquired by Descartes.
Between start-ups, he has been an Entrepreneur in Residence with McKinsey & Company, with a focus on digital and technology strategy. Peter’s current company nexxworks helps organisations become fluid, innovate and thrive in The Day After Tomorrow.
HOW TO BECOME A PHOENIX: HOW CORPORATES CAN REINVENT THEMSELVES FOR THE NEVER NORMAL WORLD
THE HOURGLASS MODEL: BALANCING YOUR EXISTING BUSINESS WITH RADICAL INNOVATION
THE NEW NORMALS IN THE GLOBAL TECHNOLOGICAL LANDSCAPE
MODELS OF DISRUPTION AND MODELS OF CORPORATE INNOVATION THAT WORK
THE FUTURE OF WORK, LEADERSHIP, PSYCHOLOGICAL SAFETY AND COGNITIVE DIVERSITY
THE GEOPOLITICS OF TECHNOLOGY, THE NEW COLD WAR FOR THE GLOBAL TECHNOLOGICAL DOMINANCE
THE FUTURE OF SOCIETY, THE TENSION BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE COLLECTIVE
LOCATION : BRUSSELS, BELGIUM
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