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Philipp
Kristian Diekhöner

Trust Futurist and Innovation Strategist.

Trust works like a magnetic field - whenever it is lost, there is room for a new order to emerge.
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Philipp Kristian is a trust futurist, millennial innovation strategist, TEDx speaker and author of The Trust Economy. A nomad and trailblazer travelling 300+ days a year, he works with some of the best and largest names in business on building a more trusted future. Named a WEF Global Shaper, KAIROS Global Fellow and St. Gallen Symposium Leader of Tomorrow, he is the definitive millennial voice on trust and innovation in the digital age. Philipp believes we have no future without trust. Trust drives behaviour, behaviour drives decisions, and decisions create our future. Because the future is a product of our actions, Philipp sponsors Mangrove reforestation and carbon offsetting projects in the Bay of Bengal with each confirmed booking.

Philipp’s keynotes explore the future of work, business and everyday life. He speaks about digital transformation, disruptive innovation, smart cities, transformational technologies and start-up ecosystems. He distils the complexity of our hyper-connected digital age into simple, pragmatic directions - deep-diving into the role of ethics, artificial intelligence and sustainability in shaping this progress. Balancing universal human insight with global trends and sector-specific context, he creates sharp strategy that resonates. His inputs invigorate and inspire audiences to apply a fresh perspective. This makes him go-to speaker on the future of trust and the digital innovation economy. Each of his keynote topics is connected to a venture in his own portfolio that walks the talk. Tackling the future entrepreneurially, each builds towards the shared vision of a happier, healthier and wealthier humanity.

Current Work:

Philipp believes the future is something we create. His work was instrumental to two Fortune 500 innovation labs and one of Asia’s fastest-growing technology scale-ups. He served as a strategic advisor to iconic founders, including the CEO of Singapore’s most funded insurance technology start-up. With great energy and a healthy dose of realism, he shows that human progress is shaped by who, what and how we trust. Whenever we trust something new, the world changes. Turning imagination into innovation means shifting trust from established to new ways. This makes trust the ultimate force to have on your side. Designing and managing for it is the new imperative for success in the digital age.

Like his book, Philipp’s approach is rooted in academic research, anthropology and extensive real-world project work. He observes our natural context across industries and geographies, scouting for patterns of emerging trust and behaviour shifts. Mixing integrative with creative thinking, he keeps clients ahead of the curve with transformational strategies that resonate with boards of directors and frontline staff alike. Philipp also teaches an Advanced Certificate Course in Transformation through Corporate Innovation for Singapore Management University’s Executive Education Arm.

A rising star on the global keynote speaker circuit, Philipp has covered over a dozen industries across 20+ countries including Bhutan and the Maldives. He has been booked alongside Brené Brown, Sir Ken Robinson, Niall Fergusson and Ban Ki Moon and addressed Deloitte, Facebook, Economist Intelligence Unit, Microsoft, MunichRe, P&G, Turner, Zillow and many more. Fortune 500s, industry associations and institutions turn to him as one of the hardest-hitting voices on the Trust Economy and how we will live, work and play in the future. Publications including BrandEins, e27, Esquire, Forbes, InVision, Men’s Folio, MoneyFM 89.3, Springer Professional and YourStory published his stories. In his free time, he is an avid sailor and yogi.

Expertise
Talking Points

Transformational Trust: Technology and Data in the Trust Economy

Distrust is the disease of the 20th century. Contracts, parking gantries, locks, security checks and lengthy privacy policies are just the tip of the iceberg. But excessive rules and distrust cause friction, waste time and money and paralyse progress. Technology may have the answer. Digital platforms are making us trust easier and faster than ever before, and the upside is huge.

This keynote looks at global macrotrends and how the transformation of trust is shaping our future. Make trust your advantage to survive and thrive in these turbulent times.
- Designing and managing for trust is the new imperative for success in the digital age.
- As technology is transforming who, what and how we trust, our trust-building approach needs to evolve.
- Turning distrust-first into trust-first environments is the foundation for an exponential economy.

Exponential Empowerment: Trusting the Future of Work

Today, trust ranks as the most important characteristic of the best workplaces, executives and teams. Magnetizing teams to work as one and get more done is the order of the day. But approaches to trust vary wildly: While Gen X and Baby-boomers expect trust to be earned, Millennials and Gen Z seek to be trusted upfront.

This keynote deep-dives into the crucial role of trust in transforming workplaces for the future. transformation. Discover a practical roadmap for reinvention to help you to work as one and get more done.
- 7 paradigm shifts define future of work and need to be prioritized in creating future workplaces.
- We need to completely rethink people and structures to unlock the next level of productivity and culture.
- High-trust is a core characteristic and success factor of high-performing teams and future-ready workplaces.

Hello Humanoid: Trusting the Future of Artificial Intelligence

As artificial intelligence blurs the lines between humans and machines, we face pressing questions: Should we trust something we don’t understand? What are the appropriate governance approaches? For instance, would you entrust your life to a self-driving car? Should the car prioritise your safety and life or that of pedestrians? This keynote provides solution approaches to some of the most intriguing challenges humanity is facing today. Question your notions of deep technology and yield its full potential.

- Our brains are highly algorithmic, and artificial intelligence is shaping a potent technology-driven equivalent
- Transparency and control need to be a priority of AI adoption to ensure progress that serves human interests
- Deep technology is about the surface - well designed, trusted human-machine interfaces are pivotal to success

Walking the talk: oxytocin.group (OxytocinAwards)

Generation Greta: Trusting the Future of Sustainability

Conscious consumption is a global macrotrend. Companies with a purpose beyond profit are outperforming purely profit-driven competitors. The new generation of consumers is holding brands accountable for their actions. Customers are more willing than ever to pay a premium for sustainability. Smart brands, therefore, invest in harmonising commercial objectives with guardianship of people, planet and purpose. This keynote paints a vivid picture of reimagining corporations as custodians of the future.

- Sustainability makes commercial sense and is pivotal to engaging the new generation of buyers
- Leaders of a more sustainable economy maximise trust, brand value and sustainable impact simultaneously
- The new trusted stakeholder engagement model focuses on action and transparency over words and promises

Walking the talk: oxytocin.group (GROVE)

Digital Disruption: Trusting the Future of Innovation

What to buy, where to stay and who to hire. Trust is flowing to digital interfaces and the data and technology powering them. Unfortunately, recent scandals have shown us how this trust can be abused. In an age of data, only the the most trusted players will thrive. This keynote explores what it takes to own your digital future. Reinvent your approach to trust, data and technology to stand out and stand the test of time.

- Digital transformation and future innovation requires companies to rethink trust-building in the digital age
- As trust and value is flowing to digital interfaces and the data powering them, the best interface wins its market
- Trusted and trustworthy are different dimensions, and leading companies need to design and manage for both

Walking the talk: denkfabrik.digital

Mental Monopoly: Trusting the Future of Customer Experiences

In a world where everything shouts for our attention, great brands understand the value of personalised customer experience. They invest in us and our needs by trusting us as much as we trust them. They think beyond short-term revenue and instant gratification. And help us with our biggest struggles: making choices that are good for us - and for the world - beyond scratching our daily itches. This keynote busts many myths surrounding customer experience. Discover a new approach to CX, created for the real world.

- The world’s best brands create mental monopolies, making customers trust they have no equal alternatives
- Rebuilding trust in the global economy calls for brands to show genuine personalisation and care at scale
- The future of customer experience is about connecting what we desire with what is good for us in the long run

Walking the talk: tencha.life

Healthy Harvests: Trusting the Future of Smart Agriculture

Smart Cities have entered global parlance as the future of urban dwellings. All the while, we rarely speak about the potential of Smart Land. Data and technology enable unprecedented transparency, precision and insight. These enable us to build a future of greater productivity and better understanding of natural and artificial influences in our value chain. Agriculture is the backbone of human society and deeply influential in shaping our future. As provenance and sustainability become more important than ever and global supply chains are increasingly complicated, smart solutions are needed for the future. These must ensure planet and economy are in harmony and promote authenticity, so as to empower anyone to trust what they consume. More than ever before, agriculture needs to be valued as a core driver of healthy progress. Protecting what matters and providing for the billions born in decades to come is going to require technology as much as human ingenuity.
The promise of AgriTech and using data and technology to amplify agriculture globally is huge, but this progress needs to be inclusive, morally sound and balance the natural with the artificial;

As humanity increasingly faces massive public health and environmental challenges, agriculture is perfectly positioned to lead by example and promote socioeconomic wellbeing;

Smart Land is a new way of looking at how deep technology can dramatically improve agricultural value chains from farm to end customer by increasing productivity, eliminating waste, distributing gains fairly and scaling sustainably to future-proof human life on earth.

Intuitive Innovation: Innovation and Creativity in the Trust Economy

Innovation is often attributed to technology, when in fact it’s the result of a skill we are all born with: Creativity. Children exhibit it in spades, but as adults we often lose touch with it. How do we reconnect with our inner genius? Harnessing your creativity in business will make you more trusted and competent. Creativity gives you power to define the future.

This keynote takes you on an intuitive and fun journey to our mind’s dormant talents. Upgrade your capabilities and champion the change you care about.
- Discovering our inner creativity allows us to build trust in new ideas, create innovation and define the future.
- Creative confidence helps us turn our ideas into reality and counteract stagnation and status quo bias.
- Innovation results from creative problem solving, with technology as the enabler - not the other way around.

Workshop: Data Trust Economy


Part 1 - (Duration: 4 hours)

A market trajectory and business model design exercise. We’ll start by introducing founders to key regional trends, specifically relating to the data trust economy. We’ll follow up by framing hypotheses about how these trends might impact the business and its relationships. These hypotheses will form the basis for an evolved business model canvas and series of business model experiments.


Part 2 - (Duration: 4 hours)

A customer insight workshop introducing jobs to be done theory and practice. We’ll also introduce founders to behavioural economic theories that’ll help deepen their understanding of certain customer behaviours, specifically those related to shifting trust and behaviour in their favour. We’ll then guide founders through a simple customer intelligence process to ensure they keep getting out of the building and learn to consistently shift trust in their favour.

From this basis startups can further refine their business model, optimise their value proposition and ruthlessly focus on the unique customer value they intend to deliver.

Key outcomes

- Customer intelligence roadmap
- New tools and approaches
- Ability to objectively refine and (re)design customer value proposition

Workshop: Trust Economy Strategy and Organisational Design


Part 1 - (Duration: Full Day)

The perfect opportunity to bring together the 3 key aspects in a program: Market intelligence, customer intelligence and designing for data trust. The focus of this sprint (2 workshops) is designing a trustworthy organisation.

This involves embedding the Trust Economy Model (and thinking) into a startups culture, workflows, practices and outputs. It’s about designing for trust from the ground up. It’s about maximising the likelihood the startups are able to shift trust, and thus, behaviour, in their favour.

This workshop will make use of the 6-stage Trust Economy model. It will revolve around internal (workplace), external (brand) and customer (product) trust audits to uncover trust gaps and reveal trust-building opportunities that increase value.


Key outcomes
- New toolkit for building inherently trustworthy customer and stakeholder propositions
- Practical application of The Trust Economy toolbox
- Identification of company-specific opportunities for improvement
- Initial ideas for implementation of proposed changes
- Deep understanding and documentation of each company’s ‘state of trust’ and potential trajectory through
intensive facilitated discussions


Part 2 - (Duration: Full Day)

This session focuses on taking content from the previous session and translating it into an actionable org design blueprint.

Key outcomes

- Deepened appreciation of trust and its contextual nature and influence on decision-making and the appeal
of value propositions
- Enhanced product direction and blueprint designed with trust at the core
- Revised brand direction and communications approach to maximise trust with stakeholders
- Tangible internal process redesign to embed trust in operations and value delivery


Workshop: Innovation MasterClass - Introduction to User-Centered Innovation in a Business Context


Great innovation starts with the user. This workshop demonstrates how user-centric innovation works and how it can be applied in a business context, regardless of startup or large corporate. Participants learn about design thinking and experience the key elements of the method first-hand. The session concludes with practical tips for how to use design thinking to enrich one’s day job and innovate more effectively.

This module is an 8-hour innovation deep dive explaining the nature of design thinking and its practical application facilitated by Philipp Kristian, experienced design thinking practitioner and alum of the HPI d-school, one of the preeminent global schools for design thinking education. It aims to provide a solid foundation for creating better products, services, and experiences and maximizing new value creation through innovation. The workshop is an intensive course incorporating best practices on conducting real-world customer interviews, interpreting primary and secondary sources and research, framing an innovation challenge in ways that maximize its potential, achieving a high quality of ideas, and rapidly testing concepts with actual users.

Learn:

- How to apply the basics of design thinking
- How to frame innovation challenges
- How to unlock your creativity
- How to conduct user interviews
- How to ideate effectively
- How to make ideas tangible
- How to test ideas with real users

Workshop: Corporate Governance in the Digital Age


(Duration: 2 Days)

Business complexity is perpetually on the rise. Over the past decades, technology has developed at an increasingly exponential pace and added infinite new possibilities into our daily lives. Modern workplaces have struggled to keep up. In the 90s, you would find the most cutting-edge technology in your workplace, not at home. In the 21st century, it’s the other way around: We have a voice assistant at home and use teleconferencing solutions from the 90s at work. Most companies struggle to accommodate ongoing progress of technology effectively into their governance frameworks. The same happens with regulatory bodies around the world, many of whom are deeply challenged to develop effective and comprehensive governance for breakthrough technologies such as artificial intelligence, distributed ledgers and the associated new approaches to data-driven business. Existing approaches to governance fail to achieve the intended results. Paradoxically, net productivity gains of the global workforce per annum have been on a steady decline over the past decades. This demonstrates the need for new organisational models of reap the full benefits of technology humanity has at its disposal today. Furtrher, the huge impact of technology on our personal lives is shifting expectations as to how business is supposed to be done. Platform economy business models and community-driven marketplaces create a trust economy of frictionless peer-to-peer commerce. This module looks at key socioeconomic changes over the past decades and the limitations of established models of governance seen today. It suggests an alternative, future-ready approach in line with global megatrends.


Key Takeaways:
- Understand the widening technology gap between incumbent organisations and emerging tech players
- Build awareness of commercial and ethical aspects in relation to regulating breakthrough technology and
data-driven business
- Appreciate the role of social contracts, communities and transparency with respect to encouraging and
enforcing desired behaviour
- Distinguish between default-trust and default-distrust approaches to governance
- Discuss the pros and cons of self-regulation and decentralised governance for varying use cases
- Articulate the overpowering influence of precedent in preventing changes to governance strategies
- Explain the business rationale for best practice governance, esp. with respect to data and novel
technologies.
- Create a target picture for the future of governance embracing the principles of simplicity/focus,
purpose/sustainability and flexibility/agility


Who this is for:
- CXOs / Senior Executive decision makers across strategy, marketing, organisational development,
finance/M&A and HR, including their direct/indirect reports and members of the Board of Directors
governing the aforementioned departments/functions
- Managing Directors and Senior Consultants at Big 3 Management Consulting, Big 4 Professional Services
and leading Technology Consulting firms tasked with running large-scale transformation projects and
creating turnkey corporate innovation programmes on behalf of clients
- Senior Managers, Directors, Department Heads, VPs/SVPs and all influencers and change agents in SMEs,
multinationals, institutions and industry associations with digital transformation and innovation on their
agendas
- Heads, Directors and Senior Managers of Innovation Labs, Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) arms and
Digital Transformation teams, as well as corporate sponsors and key stakeholders involved in the process
- Newly appointed people managers and participants in (Senior) Leadership Development Programmes
preparing for taking on additional responsibilities and looking after strategically significant aspects of their
respective organisations

Workshop: Digital Customer Experience


(Duration: 2 Days)

Many customer experiences are reaching their limits in the context of rapid digitalisation. Thanks the rise of e-commerce and the digital economy, customers today have an immense wealth of information, convenience and choice at their fingertips. At the same time, easy-to-use, affordable technology tools and the ready availability of venture capital allow almost anyone to create new digital experiences and offer them to a global client base. This decentralisation in how customer experiences are created intensifies competition and increases pressures for incumbents to be relevant to a great deal of niche audiences that now have much more choice addressing their exact need profiles. Data and technology are essential tools powering effective digital experiences and will be more important than ever for established brands. In order to make the most of their reputation, distribution power and existing customer base, companies need to rethink the way they build customers experiences and transform them from static protocols into dynamic, living and responsive algorithms augmenting their human workforce.

Key Takeaways:

- Understand why many customer experiences today are broken and fail to effectively meet needs of their
target audiences
- Identify broken customer experiences and critique the mechanics behind them
- Articulate the limitations of highly prescriptive approaches to customer experiences
- Explain how brands can create more effective customer experiences by championing simplicity and focus
- Create original, natural and meaningful customer experiences and address common problem
characteristics (e.g. artificial, staged, insignificant)
- Appreciate the role of transparency, reciprocity and alignment of values in creating robust and universally
appealing digital experiences
- Create opportunities for brand innovation and business innovation on the basis of an existing customer
experience by recommending effective measures to redesign it for the digital age

Who this is for:
- CXOs / Senior Executive decision makers across strategy, marketing, organisational development,
finance/M&A and HR, including their direct/indirect reports and members of the Board of Directors
governing the aforementioned departments/functions
- Managing Directors and Senior Consultants at Big 3 Management Consulting, Big 4 Professional Services
and leading Technology Consulting firms tasked with running large-scale transformation projects and
creating turnkey corporate innovation programmes on behalf of clients
- Senior Managers, Directors, Department Heads, VPs/SVPs and all influencers and change agents in SMEs, multinationals, institutions and industry associations with digital transformation and innovation on their agendas
- Heads, Directors and Senior Managers of Innovation Labs, Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) arms and Digital Transformation teams, as well as corporate sponsors and key stakeholders involved in the process

Workshop: Operationalising Agile Transformation


(Duration: 2 Days)

Agile ways of working have received significant attention in the corporate world over the past years. As organisations aim to become more digital, customer centric and effective in generating value, they look for new and better ways of getting work done. Put simply, many organisational structures struggle to deal with increasing business complexity, sharper competition, a faster-paced business environment and the increasing role of technology in delivering value to customers. Many times, agile has been framed as an attractive solution path to achieving the necessary internal transformation to operate effectively in the digital age. In reality, agile is a set of values and principles more than a methodology. Embracing agile is the beginning of a process in which organisational collaboration and work culture is recalibrated for high performance in the digital economy. This explains why agile tends to be hard to implement even after significant time and resource investment in the relevant training. This course explores the foundations, influence factors and success principles for creating workplaces modelled after agile values and principles.

Key Takeaways:

- Explain the rationale and purpose of the agile manifesto (i.e. the values and principles behind agile ways
of working)
- Understand and resolve common challenges in relation to agile implementation in large organisations,
esp. in relation to differently operating teams
- Internalise how an agile organisation functions in practical terms
- Develop a clear understanding in which scenarios and contexts agile makes sense, and where it does not
- Have a point of view on how agile benefits their organisation and prerequisites for it to succeed
- Come up with a strategic implementation to make their organisation more agile considering associated
stakeholders, opportunities and risks

Who this is for:
- CXOs / Senior Executive decision makers across strategy, marketing, organisational development,
finance/M&A and HR, including their direct/indirect reports and members of the Board of Directors
governing the aforementioned departments/functions
- Managing Directors and Senior Consultants at Big 3 Management Consulting, Big 4 Professional Services
and leading Technology Consulting firms tasked with running large-scale transformation projects and
creating turnkey corporate innovation programmes on behalf of clients
- Senior Managers, Directors, Department Heads, VPs/SVPs and all influencers and change agents in SMEs,
multinationals, institutions and industry associations with digital transformation and innovation on their
agendas
- Heads, Directors and Senior Managers of Innovation Labs, Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) arms and
Digital Transformation teams, as well as corporate sponsors and key stakeholders involved in the process

Workshop: Leadership and the Future of Work in the Digital Economy


(Duration: 2 Days)

Technology is reinventing how organisations deliver value to their stakeholders. This has led to the emergence of entirely new organisational structures, forms and business models. Coinciding with this is a generational shift in the workforce from Gen X towards Gen Y / Z. This introduces completely new attitudes and approaches to leadership, organisational protocols and the role of data and technology in facilitating them. Generational misunderstandings in this area are an increasingly common problem. Pressures to embrace digital transformation and create attractive workplaces for incoming generations of employees conflict at times with how things are run today. Bridging between divergent views on the optimal organisational designs, management styles and collaboration strategies to create a high-performing organisation for the future is essential. In this multifaceted course, participants deepen their understanding of practical elements to build a great workplace for the future - and optimise their teams and organisations accordingly.

Key Takeaways:

- Understand five paradigm shifts central to the future of work (flexibility replacing certainty, swarms/tribes
replacing departments/divisions, decentralisation replacing centralisation, trust-first replacing distrust-
first, social contracts replacing rule-based compliance)
- Appreciate essential generational differences separating Generations X, Y and Z in attitudes and
approaches towards work, and the data and technology enabling it today and in future
- Know three universal characteristics of great workplaces (high mutual trust levels, purpose-first mindset
and integrative thinking) and understand the role of leadership in facilitating these effectively
- Avoid common pitfalls of leadership and workplace transformation (too fast, too disruptive, too abstract,
too removed from organisational systems)
- Identify and manage dependencies influencing leadership approaches and ensure that new forms of
leadership are able to positively impact the organisation and provide the necessary support for new ways
of working, such as agile practices and mindset.

Who this is for:

- CXOs / Senior Executive decision makers across strategy, marketing, organisational development,
finance/M&A and HR, including their direct/indirect reports and members of the Board of Directors
governing the aforementioned departments/functions
- Managing Directors and Senior Consultants at Big 3 Management Consulting, Big 4 Professional Services
and leading Technology Consulting firms tasked with running large-scale transformation projects and
creating turnkey corporate innovation programmes on behalf of clients
- Senior Managers, Directors, Department Heads, VPs/SVPs and all influencers and change agents in SMEs,
multinationals, institutions and industry associations with digital transformation and innovation on their
agendas
- Heads, Directors and Senior Managers of Innovation Labs, Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) arms and
Digital Transformation teams, as well as corporate sponsors and key stakeholders involved in the process
- Newly appointed people managers and participants in (Senior) Leadership Development Programmes
preparing for taking on additional responsibilities and looking after strategically significant aspects of
their respective organisations

Workshop: Strategy and Value Propositions in the Digital Age

Our global economy is amidst a digital shift. Many industries are undergoing profound change in business models, value propositions and corresponding organisational forms. In this phase of transition, established incumbent businesses increasingly co-exist with their digital counterparts. This coincides with major societal shifts, such as the increasing influence of digital interfaces in our lives and the prominent role of data and technology making this possible. Platform and sharing economy business models, hype around deep technology applications (notably artificial intelligence and distributed ledgers like the blockchain) and the proliferation of innovation labs and corporate venture capital (CVC) funds are three global macrotrends born from a need to respond adequately to this profound global economic (r-)evolution. This module will take a bird’s eye view of what is happening around the world, with a particular focus on the business landscape across Asia. By understanding how the various changes we are seeing right now connect in one big picture and can be traced to the same global factors, participants will be able to create strategies that effectively deal with their complexity and impact.

Key Takeaways:

- Appreciate the mechanics and 3 pivotal forces behind the transformation of major industries
(disintermediation and collapsing value chains, de-institutionalisation, and the information age, customer
empowerment and decentralisation)
- Know and apply the first principles of digital businesses and appreciate how they contrast
established/incumbent approaches
- Understand how technological progress of the past decades strongly corresponds to neural patterns of the
human brain
- Build awareness for common ethical dilemmas in the digital economy, and how to resolve them in
commercially sensible ways
- Articulate the importance of human-centred design methods such as Design Thinking in designing
technology and data driven businesses
- Predict the most likely angle of attack digital businesses will pursue in their specific industry in the years
to come
- Create new digital value propositions and reinvent existing ones using a simple, step-by-step approach
- Build and defend high-level strategies leveraging the possibilities of technology and data in optimal ways

Who this is for:

- CXOs / Senior Executive decision makers across strategy, marketing, organisational development,
finance/M&A and HR, including their direct/indirect reports and members of the Board of Directors
governing the aforementioned departments/functions
- Managing Directors and Senior Consultants at Big 3 Management Consulting, Big 4 Professional Services
and leading Technology Consulting firms tasked with running large-scale transformation projects and
creating turnkey corporate innovation programmes on behalf of clients
- Senior Managers, Directors, Department Heads, VPs/SVPs and all influencers and change agents in SMEs,
multinationals, institutions and industry associations with digital transformation and innovation on their
agendas
- Heads, Directors and Senior Managers of Innovation Labs, Corporate Venture Capital (CVC) arms and
Digital Transformation teams, as well as corporate sponsors and key stakeholders involved in the process

Media
Feedback
One of the most impressive visionaries I have had the pleasure of working with. Philipp Kristian is exceptionally skilled at not just technology, but the human element of innovation. Manulife Philippines

Absolutely brilliant and thought provoking keynote on the impact of trust on the future of work. Loved it!

NASSCOM

Philipp's unflinching belief in innovation and disruptive technology is infectious.

MetLife
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