Technology Speaker, Author, Consultant, Founder, Future Point of View

Scott Klososky
Speaking Fee: $20,000 to $30,000

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Scott Klososky At A Glance:

-Founder and former CEO of several successful startup companies
-Founding Partner at TriCorps Technologies (formerly Future Point of View)
-Author of Did God Create the Internet?, The Velocity Manifesto, Enterprise Social Technology, and Managing with Social Technology
-Business Consultant to Fortune 500 corporations, universities & non-profits
Client list includes Cisco, IBM, eBay, The Hartford, Marriott, Chick-fil-A

THROUGHOUT HIS CAREER Scott Klososky has lived on the leading edge of technology innovation and its impact on the business world and society in general. He is recognized globally for his unique ability to accurately predict future digital trends and provide the logic behind why they will alter the current status quo.

Scott has the ability to entertain, inspire, and enlighten audiences while also translating difficult to understand technology topics. He is known for architecting each presentation specifically for the audience, and with the very latest information available. His topics include: the importance of organizational digital maturity, leading through the Digital Transformation, cybersecurity, machine intelligence, data intelligence, trendspotting, digital marketing, and best practices for digital governance.

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. His topics often create many questions and he enjoys being interactive with audiences when appropriate. The best measure of his ability to inspire and inform audiences is the high percentage of speaking clients who bring him back for follow on work with their audiences.

  • Leading Through Disruption: Survive and Thrive in the Digital Transformation

    Every leader inside every organization is currently facing the monumental task of maturing their tools, processes, and people in a world dominated by technology. The ultimate health of every organization is based on how well this transformation occurs. In a thought- provoking and inspiring presentation, Scott walks you through the digital transformation and its formidable impact on your industry.
    Scott considers technologies that are currently impacting your sector, including the Internet of Things, automation, wearable devices, cashless society, cybersecurity, hyper- personalization, and much more. He peppers this talk with real world examples of organizations that have navigated the digital transformation successfully and those who have not. He also uses interesting and humorous anecdotes from his work as a CEO, technologist, and consultant to provide illustrations of the steps leaders must take to pilot their organizations through a world that is evolving at breakneck speeds.
  • The Nine Dimensions: Building a Digitally Mature Organization

    Surviving digital transformation will require organizations to vastly improve their digital maturity. To do so, leaders must first understand where their organization currently stands and ways they can improve.
    Scott has developed a model outlining nine dimensions of digital maturity. This model includes a measurement of your leadership’s technology IQ, systems of engagement and record, data maturity, and ability to navigate risk. There are important considerations required in each area to develop digital maturity.

    Digital transformation is more than just the “Uberization” of your industry. It rewards those that use technology to more effectively serve customers, those who create efficiency, and those who use technology to gain a competitive advantage. Scott works with leaders across a variety of sectors and organizations of all sizes, helping them improve their digital maturity. These experiences inspired him to develop a world class online assessment focused on digital maturity.
    In this presentation, the emphasis is on helping leaders measure where their organization currently stands with its ability to use digital strategies to win in the market.
  • The Blueprint for Your Technology Halo: Harness Data Like the World’s Most Successful Companies

    Netflix knows the movie you want to watch. Starbucks knows when you want a cup of coffee. Facebook knows everyone you’ve ever met. You can order from Amazon at the push of a button. How? DATA.

    These companies are using data to serve their customers in revolutionary ways. A “technology halo” is when you use technology so effectively to serve constituents that they take notice. When you don’t provide this, they also notice. Like it or not, your services are being compared now to the companies listed above.
    Data gives you a view into your customers that was once inconceivable. However, turning raw data into intelligence is a painstaking process.
    Scott has spent decades helping organizations use data in inspired ways.

    In this program, he shares how to use data to more effectively reach and serve constituents.
  • Asset or Threat: What Role Do You Play For Your Organization in Cyberspace?

    Any discussion of cybersecurity will inevitably include things like firewalls, network monitoring, and intrusion detection systems.
    Having a strong perimeter around your organization’s infrastructure is important. Yet even an organization with the strongest perimeter has one key vulnerability: its people.
    In cyberspace, people, not infrastructure, are the most important asset or greatest weakness. This is very much dependent on their cyber IQ.

    A breach will more than likely involve a member of an organization. This isn’t necessarily done with malice. People make mistakes. They click on links or download files they shouldn’t, accidentally offer up information to the wrong person, or even execute regrettable and costly money transfers.

    These things happen, every day in fact. This program is designed to educate leaders and team members on developing good organizational cybersecurity while recognizing and thwarting a cyberattack.
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