I'm often a keynote speaker, sometimes an after dinner speaker, sometimes as a panelist, interviewer or moderator and ever more frequently as the emcee.

I love variety, I’ve spoken at leading conferences, trade shows, private events covering a variety of topics. From Cannes Lions to CES, DLD to Adobe MAX, Mobile World Congress and beyond and typically for audiences between 600 and 5,000 people.

MY MOST IN-DEMAND PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE:

Digital Disruption

 

Based on my book, Digital Darwinism, this presentation focuses on the new rules for business in the post-digital age. It covers what we can learn from companies that are driving change in the world, with specifics we can apply, as they relate to culture, processes, structure and thinking, to help businesses adapt and thrive.

Business Transformation

 

A more pragmatic guide to thinking about change in the modern world. A clear and concise presentation looking at the ways in which businesses can put new technology at the heart of their business and unleash the power of the new for an era with radically different customer expectations. Learnings include human-centered design, service expertise, and mobile-first thinking.

 

Creating a Culture of Change

 

What has propelled you and your company to succeed so far may not be what's needed to thrive in the future. In a world of thrusting startups and the loss of the incumbents' advantages, what’s needed is a new mindset for growth and change. In a world of technology and fragmentation, changing culture is the most important way to build a platform for the future - Tom explains how.

 

The Future of Marketing

 

Typically a 20-45 min presentation covering the broad changes in the media and advertising landscape, insight-led, but data-supported. Tom focuses on 8-12 trends with customized sections on what they mean for your business.

 

Future Trends 

 

A custom deck, specifically created for each client and built around a theme or category. Previous presentations include the future of mobility, finance, social media, or travel. Many presentations include, where relevant, sections on Blockchain, AI, the Internet of Things, new mobility, the horizontalization of business, new customer interfaces, personalization, new privacy, and more.

Consulting is rather broken, it’s based on timeless “best practice”, which is just what everyone else has been doing for years. It’s drawn out to take longer, and to make money from the diagnosis, the ideation and then from the implementation. It’s based on the company’s needs, not the consumers, rooted in management theory and not imagination. It’s confined by technology, not expanded by possibilities.


Tom Goodwin works in a number of ways with a variety of audacious and ambitious senior leaders and companies. 


Roles vary from long term board advisory positions to one off workshops, to short sprint like projects to long term ongoing assignments.


Tom has set up “All We Have Is Now” as an insurgent  vehicle for profound, imaginative change, not the sanitized merchandizing of what appears to be creativity or collaboration.


Every business challenge and opportunity is different, so teams vary from just Tom, to a wide range of hand picked experts from around the world who share common principles.

I'm often a keynote speaker, sometimes an after dinner speaker, sometimes as a panelist, interviewer or moderator and ever more frequently as the emcee.

I love variety, I’ve spoken at leading conferences, trade shows, private events covering a variety of topics. From Cannes Lions to CES, DLD to Adobe MAX, Mobile World Congress and beyond and typically for audiences between 600 and 5,000 people.

MY MOST IN-DEMAND PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE:

Digital Disruption

Based on my book, Digital Darwinism, this presentation focuses on the new rules for business in the post-digital age. It covers what we can learn from companies that are driving change in the world, with specifics we can apply, as they relate to culture, processes, structure and thinking, to help businesses adapt and thrive.

Business Transformation

A more pragmatic guide to thinking about change in the modern world. A clear and concise presentation looking at the ways in which businesses can put new technology at the heart of their business and unleash the power of the new for an era with radically different customer expectations. Learnings include human-centered design, service expertise, and mobile-first thinking.

Creating a Culture of Change

What has propelled you and your company to succeed so far may not be what's needed to thrive in the future. In a world of thrusting startups and the loss of the incumbents' advantages, what’s needed is a new mindset for growth and change. In a world of technology and fragmentation, changing culture is the most important way to build a platform for the future - Tom explains how.

 

The Future of Marketing

 

Typically a 20-45 min presentation covering the broad changes in the media and advertising landscape, insight-led, but data-supported. Tom focuses on 8-12 trends with customized sections on what they mean for your business.

 

Future Trends

 

A custom deck, specifically created for each client, and built around a theme or category. Previous presentations include the future of mobility, finance, social media, or travel. Many presentations include, where relevant, sections on Blockchain, AI, the Internet of Things, new mobility, the horizontalization of business, new customer interfaces, personalization, new privacy, and more.

RECENT ENGAGEMENTS:

CES / DLD / MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS / IAB ENGAGE / ADOBE / ABA (AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION) / CITIBANK / SOFTWARE AG / NEWSCORP / NACHA PAYMENTS / PROMAXBDA / CO-OP THINK / DIGITAL SIGNAGE EXPO / IMAGINATION DAY