Oct 8, 2019
My guest this week is a millennial trust futurist, innovation strategist and speaker. His book, The Trust Economy, champions a new lens on trust and innovation in the digital age.
Please welcome Philipp Kristian
Philipp Kristian Diekhoener demystifies change by looking at trust as the engine of human advancement. Without it innovation is impossible, and the future remains imagination. With great energy, hard-hitting insight and a healthy dose of pragmatism, he unveils why designing and managing for trust is the new imperative for success in the digital age.
Kristian’s keynotes explore the future of work, breakthrough technologies, smart cities, corporate innovation in the digital age, start-up ecosystems and the role of digital ethics and sustainability in shaping this progress. Distilling the complexity of our digital world into simple bold takeaways, he demonstrates that the future is a product of who, what and how we trust. This makes him go-to speaker on trust and digital innovation economy.
Philipp Kristian’s work was instrumental to two Fortune 500 innovation labs and one of Asia’s fastest-growing technology scale-ups. He served as strategic advisor to iconic founders, including the CEO of Singapore’s most funded insurance technology start-up. He currently shares his extensive expertise as a lecturer with Singapore Management University’s SMU Academy Executive Education Programme, where he teaches the Advanced Certificate Course in Transformation through Corporate Innovation.
His book, The Trust Economy, champions a new lens on trust and innovation in the digital age.
Recorded: 1st October 2019
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