The age of algorithmic advice

Posted by Burcu Atlioglu

Nov 24, 2017 8:25:40 PM

The rise of the "algorithmic advisers" requires a change in attitude and mindset from the financial advice and planning communities. Futurist and chief executive of global consultancy firm Tomorrow, Mike Walsh, told the 2017 Financial Planning Association Professionals Congress that sweeping technological change driven by complex algorithms is nothing to fear as it's simply "not unique."

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Topics: Finance

Changing the mindset

Posted by Burcu Atlioglu

Aug 5, 2017 8:37:00 PM

At a time when technological developments and disruptions are rapidly changing the world of work, many experts are saying that in order to meet the challenges of the coming New Work Order, what we need to do is, perhaps, to give up on jobs.

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Topics: Malaysia

Emerging Tech and Disruptive Shifts in Human Behavior

Posted by Burcu Atlioglu

Jan 27, 2017 12:00:00 AM

Futurist and CEO of Tomorrow Mike Walsh talks to Astro AWANI's Cynthia Ng on disruptive shifts in tech and human behaviour and how one can stay ahead of the curve.

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Topics: Marketing

Spotting trends in surprising places

Posted by Burcu Atlioglu

May 1, 2016 12:00:00 AM

Following his discussion with Henry Mason, TrendWatching's MD, for the Between Worlds podcast, we managed to pin down Mike Walsh - the CEO of Tomorrow and self-confessed global nomad. We got his views on spotting trends, where in the world is leading the way in innovation and what's taken him by surprise on his continued circumnavigation of the globe. 

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Topics: UK

Four ways to innovate and keep ahead of the pack

Posted by Mike Walsh

Jun 15, 2015 7:41:00 AM

Businesses need to figure out how to engage millennials or risk having their market share snapped up by more agile companies, according to futurist and author Mike Walsh.

 

Speaking at an event hosted by realestate.com.au in Melbourne on Friday, Walsh said businesses need to be investing in new tools and technology now in order to not get left behind.

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Topics: Australia

New, stronger OTT players to put pressure on telcos

Posted by Mike Walsh

Jun 11, 2015 7:37:00 AM

So-called OTT players will struggle along with telecoms operators to sustain success in the long term unless they can think bigger about the full impact of digital disruption.

 

That was the warning shot fired by ‘futurist’ Michael Walsh during his keynote at Amdocs’ APAC summit in Singapore last week.

 

But the common denominator for both, insisted Walsh, will be finding a new level of customer engagement as the next wave of OTT companies puts pressure on the “incumbents”.

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Topics: Singapore