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Mark van Rijmenam

Mark van Rijmenam

Dutch Future of Work World’s Top 10 Big Data & Disruptive Innovation Authority


Europe

Holland

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Dr Mark van Rijmenam is the author of three best-selling management books on big data, blockchain and AI. His latest book – The Organisation of Tomorrow – details how AI, blockchain and analytics turn your business into a data organization. He is the founder of Datafloq.com, a leading content platform on emerging technologies. He recently founded Mavin.org, a decentralized reputation-based content network to bring (anonymous) accountability to the internet. He holds a PhD in Management from the University of Technology in Sydney, where he did research on how big data, blockchain and AI are changing organisations. He is member of the 2Tokens project in The Netherlands, developing a roadmap towards realising value from Tokenisation.

He is the publisher of the ‘f(x) = ex‘ newsletter, read by thousands of executives, on the future of work and the organization of tomorrow. Dr Van Rijmenam has spoken in 20 countries across the globe and collectively inspired over 100.000 managers, directors and C-level executives. He is a recognised speaker by the Professional Speaker Association Holland, and he is a member of the Global Speakers Federation.

Keynote Topics

Mark’s keynotes focus on the future of work and how to build the organisation of tomorrow using emerging technologies including big data, blockchain, the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence. Mark believes that every organisation is a data organisation, which brings massive opportunities but also comes with great responsibilities. In his talks, he discusses the importance of data security, data governance and data privacy to help organisations understand how to build a customer-centric business using emerging technologies.

His keynotes are targeted at large organisations who understand they have to digitally transform their business, but who do not yet know where to start. The keynotes are perfectly suited as an inspirational opening keynote to give everyone a shared understanding of emerging technologies and how they will change the future of work and have an impact on the organisation of tomorrow. If required this will help set the scene for more in-depth keynotes and break-out sessions later during an event.

Top Three Speaking Topics

1. The Future of Work: The organisation of tomorrow will look fundamentally different from today’s organisation. Those enterprises that are aware of the upcoming changes can best prepare and achieve competitive advantage in a data-driven society. Consequently, the future of work will require management and employees to take a different approach when it comes to creating and delivering a product or service. The future of work will be defined by three concepts: data, decentralisation and automation that will radically change leadership, culture, privacy and security. In this keynote, Dr Van Rijmenam will share valuable insights around the future of work and how to build a competitive business.

2. How to Prepare for a Data-Driven Future: We live in exponential times and simply having a digital strategy focused on continuous innovation is no longer enough to thrive in a constantly changing world. To transform an organisation and contribute to building a secure and rewarding networked society, collaboration among employees, customers, business units and even things is increasingly becoming key. In this keynote, Van Rijmenam will discuss how big data, blockchain and AI will change collaboration and in doing so enable a networked society.

3. How to Innovate in today’s World: We live in a world of accelerated change and disruptive innovations are challenging the status quo for organisations. The common denominator of all these innovations? They produce data, lots of it, which can be used to create magical experiences that were unthinkable before. In order to remain competitive, organisations need to obtain a different perspective on their business and develop a culture of innovation.

Reference articles:

  1. https://datafloq.com/read/top-seven-technology-trends-for-2020/7231
  2. https://datafloq.com/read/organisation-tomorrow-comes-great-responsibility/7169
  3. https://datafloq.com/read/purpose-driven-tokenisation-enable-ecosystems/7605

Big Data authority and speaker Mark van Rijmenam is available for bookings via Promotive™ Speakers Agency in Europe. Telephone +44 (0)2078711829.

  • " Within an academic context as well as in a business context, Mark is able to explain the essence and possibilities of big data in a clear and concise manner. He has many examples, he is up-to-date and he is able to frame the commercial applications for organization.”

    Ed Peelen - ICSB, The Netherlands

  • Mark van Rijmenam " Within an academic context as well as in a business context, Mark is able to explain the essence and possibilities of big data in a clear and concise manner. He has many examples, he is up-to-date and he is able to frame the commercial applications for organization.”
    5 / 5
  • " Using concrete examples Mark is able to explain big data and it potential and its impact for organizations and societies."

    N.H. Van Buren - Managing Director, Kennisalliantie, The Netherlands

  • Mark van Rijmenam " Using concrete examples Mark is able to explain big data and it potential and its impact for organizations and societies."
    5 / 5
  • " Mark participated in our Bridge-ing Big Data Workshop and did an excellent job. His Big Data and Technology expertise and insight greatly added to the tenor of the conversations and helped many traditional engineers think "outside the box." I wouldn't hesitate to include him in similar discussions in the future!"

    Daniel Linzell - Professor & Department Chair, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

  • Mark van Rijmenam " Mark participated in our Bridge-ing Big Data Workshop and did an excellent job. His Big Data and Technology expertise and insight greatly added to the tenor of the conversations and helped many traditional engineers think "outside the box." I wouldn't hesitate to include him in similar discussions in the future!"
    5 / 5

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