Futurist and 21st century business strategist
21st century business trends
The future of work
The industry 4.0 revolution
The 21st century consumer
Generation Z & Millennials
Mike Walsh is one of the world’s leading futurist speakers, advising companies and business leaders on how to thrive in an age of technological disruption.
As a speaker and CEO of consultancy Tomorrow, Mike travels over 300 days a year to research key trends and case studies, and to present to organisations on innovation and the future of business. His clients include many of the world’s leading multinationals, and he regularly shares the stage with world leaders and business icons.
Before founding Tomorrow, Mike built up Jupiter Research in Australia, and has also held senior strategy roles in the Asia Pacific at News Corporation.
Mike’s best-seller, Futuretainment: yesterday the world changed, now it's your turn, won the design award by the Art Director’s Club in New York. He went on to publish The Dictionary Of Dangerous Ideas, a compilation of the most radical and game-changin ideas facing the leaders of today’s businesses.
His most recent book is The Algorithmic Leader: How to be smart when machines are smarter than you (March 2019). Here, he sets about answering the questions: what is the true potential of human intelligence in the 21st century?
Mike is also host of the popular weekly podcast Between Worlds, where he interviews provocative thinkers, innovators and troublemakers on the issues facing 21st century business.
Mike's dynamic presentations are individually tailored to tease out the key themes and trends driving change for your company and customers.
In a world of increasingly rapid change, he provides the tools and concepts businesses need to make the most of the opportunities this disruptive environment presents.
“Mike is a very engaging speaker and brings to life the future with stories and visuals in a way that is accessible to both people with a strong understanding of the future as well as those who don’t have the same level of understanding.” —- Deloitte Australia