Merkinnät kategoriasta Keynotes

Tony Fernandes

Tony Fernandes, a Malaysian entrepreneur mostly known for being the co-founder and CEO of AirAsia, shares his own entrepreneurial story at Nordic Business Forum 2014. He also gives a few pieces of advice for leaders on leadership, culture, marketing, and innovation.

Patrick Lencioni

During his presentation, Patrick will help leaders understand the importance of why they’re leading in the first place. In addition to provoking attendees to honestly assess themselves, Lencioni presents action steps for changing their approach in five key areas. In doing so, he helps leaders avoid the pitfalls that stifle their organizations and even hurt the people they are meant to serve.

Lencioni’s ideas will be very valuable for leaders in the midst of the current crisis, but also when business and our societies reach the new normal.

Dambisa Moyo

In her talk, Dambisa will give us a quick economic overview of where we are at the moment, and share her thoughts on what a world after the COVID-19 pandemic will look like. She will also provide some ideas for business leaders on what they should do in the light of this global crisis.

Scott Galloway

In this session, Professor Scott Galloway looks at the implications of Coronavirus on society, the markets, and business. Through the lens of the Four (Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google) Scott unpacks how industries including retail, media, healthcare, and technology will be impacted by COVID-19, and highlights winners and losers that will emerge post-Corona.

Amy Webb

Amy Webb is a quantitative futurist and a bestselling, award-winning author. She is a professor of strategic foresight at the NYU Stern School of Business and the Founder of the Future Today Institute, a leading foresight and strategy firm that helps leaders and their organizations prepare for complex futures.

Jim Collins

Jim Collins has spent more than two decades looking at what makes a company great. In this talk, he presents 12 questions that he has distilled from his canon of work. The questions help leaders take what he has learned and instill the principles needed for success by asking and wrestling with the questions.

Jim Collins

No one wants to think about how a company fails, but by doing so you learn about what not to do. Jim Collins, a world-renowned leadership author and researcher walks us through the 5 stages of how a company falls.

Dr. Eliza Filby

What does it mean to have a workforce and consumer base that spans four generations, and how can your business gain the advantage? Dr. Eliza Filby, Academic and Consultant, spoke at Oslo Business Forum 2019 on the importance of Generational Intelligence for the future.

Nilofer Merchant

The business innovator, also referred to as the Jane Bond of innovation, shares her insights on what are the elements of success in the modern social era.

Garry Kasparov

The Russian chess grandmaster explains why taking risks often pays off. By sharing his learnings from the chess world, Kasparov encourages companies to improve their strategies by becoming more self-aware.