Graeme Codrington is a futurist, author and professional speaker who spends most of his time racking up air miles to get between briefings and conferences he’s invited to speak at all over the world. He’s in demand because the insights he and his team bring to business leaders are profound. Here he shares an interesting perspective on technology, and the impact it is having on roles we take for granted.
There’s no doubt that technology is having a very significant impact in almost every industry. But an interesting question we should all be asking ourselves (as we seek stronger growth, better performance and greater efficiencies all round) is what will the impact of technology be on the shape of our organisation in 3, 5 and 10 years’ time? The most competitive companies – those which achieve positive performance against the grain of the industry and against stiff competition – will be those companies where questions like this are asked and considered frequently. So how will technology change the shape of your business?
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Based in London, Keith works for LDC (www.ldc.co.uk), where as an investment executive he supports the boards and senior management teams of portfolio businesses driving value enhancement initiatives that generate shareholder value growth through cash generation, revenue growth and cost saving. Keith is also an associate speaker of TomorrowToday (www.tomorrowtoday.uk.com), an organisation focused on preparing leaders and their organisations for a new world of work, and in this capacity speaks on the impact on businesses of developments in Big Data, social media & hybrid analytics towards improved leadership and corporate decision-making and how this value can be exploited to deliver success. He has acted in an advisory capacity for a number of SME’s and start-ups, and currently serves on the Board of Advisors for Saffron Technologies (www.saffrontech.com), a US-based natural intelligence & hybrid analytics company positioned by both Gartner and Forrester as a market leader in the space.