How can businesses keep going during trying times?
What happens when two large forces join hands?
What happens when an industry is forced to slow down?
There’s data and then there’s a story, and then there’s data that tells a story.
How can you stay on top? Find your foundation and shake things up
It’s difficult to change the public mindset. But it’s not impossible.
What’s the result of industry shapers and technology makers getting together in one room?
It’s time that information becomes interactive, innovative and inspirational. How? Games.
The energy crisis has the potential to change the world. The first one unquestionably did. What effect will it have this time?
Can we grow infinitely in a world that is finite?
In a world where time is of the essence, can we evolve at the pace of change?
In this new world of inspiration and constant change, how can you encourage fresh ideas? Ask Megan Reitz
What goes in the making of a championship-winning sportsperson? A dream, a team, determination and as it turns out, data.
Transforming tomorrow was on the cards at Americas Confluence 2019, with visionaries, innovators, and thought leaders.
Think of the most influential military missions, and chances are, Admiral William H. McRaven has commanded them.
Having observed siloes in action and inaction, Gillian Tett knows ‘The Silo Effect' like few others do.
As Chairman of the US Editorial Board and America Editor-at-Large of Financial Times, Gillian spots the trends that make the difference between survival and revival. At Confluence, Gillian Tett broke down the approaches to breaking free of the grid, asking CXOs to summon their inner anthropologist and meet their enterprise siloes head-on.Know More
Behind the champion lies a dreamer, a strategist and a relentless doer. And few have epitomized it like Sugar Ray Leonard.
Between reliving storied victories and haunting defeats, Sugar Ray opened up a window inside the mind of a champion. How to make the climb to the top, rolling with the punches and never throwing in the towel: the famed pugilist’s lessons for the enterprise world were relevant to the times and yet, truly timeless.Know More
What happens when you put technology makers, industry shapers and academic thinkers in one room?
California was the start of a new journey: towards navigating the next.
Since retiring from professional basketball, Earvin “Magic” Johnson has transformed himself into a business powerhouse.
The challenges of human interstellar flight mirrors the challenges that we face on this planet today.
At Barcelona, Mohit Joshi found the inspiration for a live enterprise in the architecture of Antoni Gaudi.
Fluid, dynamic, complex and multi-faceted, Antoni Gaudi’s buildings evoke an energy and a disruption that mirrors enterprise transformation. Much like Gaudi’s work, the core elements of building a live enterprise are the same: reimagine the experience, reimagine the process, and reimagine the ecosystem.Know More
With a skyline and a strategy, EMEA Confluence 2018 laid the groundwork for the live enterprise evolution.
Embedding sustainability into the DNA of Puma’s business, Jochen Zeitz brought about many new paradigms.
After breaking records as a sailor, Dame Ellen MacArthur set out on a quest to break the cycle of consumption.
Keren Elazari found the perspective to bridge the gap between the hacker community and the enterprise world.
From mind to machine, from leadership to diversity, we uncovered it all with Justine Henin and Oliver Kahn.
From the eternal city of Rome, EMEA Confluence 2018 brought together inspiration and reimagination.
As a little boy, Bear Grylls dreamed of climbing Mount Everest and he found a way to scale peak altitude.
How do you make sense of a world where the only constant is change? Ask Kjell A. Nordström.
Imagine leading your team through months of darkness and freezing temperatures.
Rachael Robertson successfully led a year-long expedition to Davis Station, in the toughest workplace in the world – Antarctica. In this session, Rachael shared the leadership lessons she learnt and the tools of teamwork she employed to help companies move their businesses forward and navigate the future.Know More
Authority may get tasks checked off lists, but authenticity brings people together to move mountains.
The 2019-20 bushfire season tested the people and the land. At Confluence, Shane Fitzsimmons, now the Head of Resilience (NSW), spoke about the dimensions of leadership during times of crises – from the importance of empathy in bringing people together, to making quick decisions with technology.Know More
The combined result of struggle, grit and patience is greatness.
Confluence 2021 explored the grit it takes to consistently deliver game-changing results and face whatever's next.
Here's event host Melissa Doyle in conversation with two of Australia's most legendary sporting icons: cricketing great Steve Waugh and tennis Grand Slam champion Lleyton Hewitt.Know More
In turbulent times, there are those that haven’t just kept up with change, but thrived in it.
Nandan Nilekani, Chairman and Co-Founder, Infosys, had some answers on winning amidst disruption for attendees at Confluence.
From detailing technology’s rapid evolution in recent times to outlining the need for open mindsets, he laid out the ingredients that constitute the digital-driven recipe of resilience.Know More
A question spurred John Alexander Maclean to inhabit a world without limits
A recipient of the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM), John Alexander Maclean set his sights on every next, and conquered it. At Confluence, the Paralympics silver medallist took everyone inside his mind, revealing what it takes from finding your motivation to leaving your mark and never looking back.Know More
Brilliance, they say, has a rhythm: whether it is data, disruption or desire.
The toughest battles can shape an unbreakable will and a voice that will not be drowned out.
Navigating your next has quite a different meaning when it comes to the tennis court.
The tennis panel at the inaugural APAC Confluence served up a discussion about just how technology off the court is helping transform player performances on it. The panel offering a courtside view of the changing game: Ivan Lendl, Kim Clijsters and Thanasi Kokkinakis, moderated by the incomparable Pat Cash.Know More