Brad Twynham

Faculty

Leadership, Innovation

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Areas of Expertise

Quantum Computing  •  Leadership  •  GGC-Prosperity  •  GGC-Learning  •  GGC-Health  •  GGC-Governance  •  Future of Work  •  Future of Learning  •  Future Forecasting  •  Facilitator  •  Exponential Thinking  •  Exponentials  •  Entrepreneurship  •  Disruption  •  Cryptocurrency  •  Convergence  •  Blockchain  •  Artificial Intelligence

About Brad

Brad Twynham – Technology Entrepreneur, Thought Leader and Visionary in Adaptive Leadership and Exponential Technology Convergence and Strategy.

Brad Twynham is a Technology entrepreneur, Thought leader and visionary in the areas of Adaptive Leadership and Exponential Technology Convergence and Strategy. With over 25 years working and consulting in the areas of Enterprise Technology adoption and enterprise operating model transformation, health, education and agriculture technologies, neural networks, block chain and artificial intelligence. Brad brings a wealth of cross sectoral knowledge to the conversation of technology and humanity and how technology impacts and transforms economics and business models.

He has founded and successfully exited three technology companies in the enterprise computing sector and has advised senior executives on significant technology transformation initiatives around the world for organizations such as Singtel, Swisscom, Union Bank of Switzerland, Visa, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Allianz.

Brad was a pioneer in the Enterprise Cloud Computing Space and in 2008 applied new economic models to enterprise computing and adoption to free up billions of dollars in stranded assets in Corporate IT Supply Chains. This solidified in his mind that the use of technology can alter economics and create efficient machine governed economic systems. He is currently applying that same thinking toward some of humanities biggest challenges moving into the next few decades in the areas of healthcare, housing and education.

In 2015, on returning to Australia after several years living in Los Angeles he founded Brad Twynham Consulting. Within his practice, Brad consult’s to large corporations as the entrepreneur in residence to their Senior Executive Teams, coach’s entrepreneurs and executives in adaptive leadership and is an advisor to the Australian Federal Governments, Department of Innovation, Science and Industry in the areas of start-ups and technology incubators.

Brad also resides on several Boards in the Healthcare sector and Chairs the Board of the Central Coast Montessori Primary School as well as several advisory boards of International Start Ups all using exponential technologies to solve big problems.

Now living on the Central Coast of NSW, he can be seen regularly kitesurfing one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world and spending time raising three future.

Speaking Topics

  • Beyond the 6th Paradigm

    Three exponential Ideas that can move humanity beyond industrialisation – we are at a tremendous inflection point were the unintended consequences of maintaining the status quo could have catastrophic consequences. This talk explore three exponential ideas that could create new business models and solutions to move humanity beyond an era of indsutrialisation to a new future filled with possibility.

  • Innovation Nation

    7 of the best Emerging Australian Start ups using Exponential Tech to Solve Big Problems – This talk showcases 7 of the most innovative emerging start ups coming out of Australia who are using exponential technology to solve big problems and how they will disrupt industries if they are succesful.

  • Living in the Gap

    How to Develop an Adaptive Leadership Mindset – The pace of change is speeding up. IQ and EQ will not determine success in a cotinually changing environment. A leaders ability to adapt will! This talk explores the 5 metatrends that are speeding up the pace of change, the skills required for a leader to be adaptable and the three fundamental foundations rquired to “Live in the Gap” and thrive through the next decade of continuos change.

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