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Published on Nov 22, 2019
In this video, I share the framework which you can use to increase the chances of getting your ideas across in the organization. -- I have a confession to make: my biggest source of inspiration is conversation. And I am on a hunt for good ones. I get inspired mostly from the talks I have with people: whether it is my colleagues, customers, grandkids or next seat passengers on the flight to the next keynote. So I am curious to know YOUR thoughts on the content of this video. Please take a moment to share your thoughts in the comments section below. If you want to hang in there for more stuff like this from me, hit the subscribe button.
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“We are all people, and people can understand each other. Technology is only a threat to those who are not willing to explore its possibilities. The better you understand your customer and the closer you are able to stand by him, the easier it will be to find the right technological wave to surf, so that you will always be fully on board, living in the moment with your customer - and not after it”.
Rik has given several hundreds of highly-rated keynotes on the topics of “Managers The Day After Tomorrow”, “The Algorithm Economy” and “From Threat To Opportunity: Learning To Surf The Wave Of AI To Shape Your Day After Tomorrow” around the globe at numerous international retail, HR, automotive, food, health, etc. conventions and to international companies like Assa Abloy, Cisco, Volvo, Swedbank, Telia, MasterCard, Randstad, Tesla, Nestle, IBM, Microsoft, Barco, DSM, Bol.com, Smurfit Kappa, Etex, EY, KPMG, Deloitte, Friesland Campina.