19 Jun Scott Klososky
Speaker: Scott Klososky
Technologist, Futurist, Humanist, Author and Consultant
- Five New Work from Home Models That Might Stick
- The Great Reset: What Will Never Be the Same
- The Great Reset: Lessons Learned & Preparing for Next Time
As a founding partner of digital strategy firm, Future Point of View (FPOV), Scott lives on the leading edge of technology and innovative thinking. Scott speaks to large audiences worldwide about the intersection of humanity and the Digital Transformation. Through FPOV, Scott provides advisory work for clients including Fortune100, SMB’s and government entities. This work has driven him to develop unique concepts such as the HUMALOGY® Scale for measuring the amount of human or machine involved in a system or process, and the Rivers of Information® process for building learning eco-systems. He also pioneered a framework for looking accurately into the future of an industry sector in order to set organizational strategy: The High Beam process.
Scott co-founded Alkami Technology (ALKT), the developer of a second-generation online banking platform with innovative features non-existent in current systems. The company went public in 2021 at a $3billion valuation and is today headquartered in Dallas with over 350 employees. Scott is recognized globally for his unique ability to accurately predict future digital trends and explain the logic behind why these will alter the current status quo of the economy and society. While business application of his insights is extremely valuable to leaders and companies, he is also motivated help improve the impact post Covid environments are having on people and their daily lives. Technology has been increasingly driving change and stress and recent events are amplifying this problem. He has a unique perspective on how to manage the personal toll technology is causing people, teams and organizations.
Even as a young child, Scott was destined to see the world through a Humalogy® lens. His father was a programmer for Boeing and his mother was a counselor who mixed many philosophies into her practice of helping people in life. To this day, he is a hybrid of a technologist and humanist who strives to find a hopeful future in blending the two.
Scott has the ability to entertain, inspire, and enlighten audiences, while helping them gain new perspectives about how technology is impacting us. Scott never does a canned presentation with the exact content across events. He sets himself apart from other speakers by architecting his content with the latest examples, current events and trends relevant for the keynote he is delivering. He is equally adept at giving large stage keynotes, speaking to small boards of directors, facilitating half and full day workshops, and doing break-out sessions. As an added bonus of his presentations, attendees come away learning how to be a better facilitator, speaker or presenter by seeing Scott use different applications and technologies to engage audiences either in a virtual, hybrid or in person setting. The best measure of his ability to inspire and inform audiences is the high percentage of speaking clients who bring him back for follow up work with their audiences.
He produces a podcast titled “The Digital Optimist” in which he delivers ideas about the transformation of humanity through the impact of technology with a positive and hopeful lens.
Five New Work from Home Models That Might Stick
We have been surveying leaders and they are telling us they believe 75% of organizations will not go back to the same “work from the office” rules. We have identified five different options for moving to a partial or modified Work From Home (WFH) model.
In this talk, Scott reviews the possibilities and the return on investment for moving to a more permanent WFH paradigm for your team members. There are advantages and disadvantages to this work model so it is valuable to gain as much perspective as possible before the discussion gets too far down the road.
The Great Reset: What Will Never Be the Same
Every crisis in the past 100 years has irrevocably changed life in the U.S. The pandemic of 2020 will be no different. In this talk, Scott reviews fifteen different areas of our lives and the economy that will never go back to exactly what they were before. This information will help you with future planning and adjusting your business strategy.
This presentation has constant polling integrated so the audience is sharing their thoughts throughout – making for a highly interactive and informative session.
The Great Reset: Lessons Learned & Preparing for Next Time
One of the best ways to create value from a crisis is to be very conscious of what can be learned from the experience. We have all been provided new insights into WFH models, technology, preparedness, and risk control. In addition, the clock is ticking towards the next emergency WFH event or pandemic so it is critical to take what we have learned and make the needed adjustments to be better prepared next time.
Successful leaders (and organizations) often make more progress in a down market than in a rising one. Scott will walk you through interesting lessons we should all be learning as well as how to get prepared for the next crisis – all with a digital overlay. He will also provide his formula for gaining ground during the rest of 2020.
As a bonus, this presentation will come with a sample playbook (PDF) for handling an emergency work from home event.
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