Neil Gibb has always been in the business of transformation, one way or another. He works as a business consultant, enterprise designer and coach.
He describes his TEDx talk – The Life and Death of Everything Now – as being in a permanent beta state as things are changing so fast. His aim is to share some thoughts and tools on how to build successful enterprises and authentic lives in the emerging economic and social landscape.
Over the last decade Neil has become a bit of a thought leader on the structural changes going on in our society that are being driven by new thinking and technology.
He co-developed the module on Social Innovation in a Digital World as part of Cambridge University’s Masters in Social Innovation.
In 2018 Neil published The Participation Revolution which has been a WH Smith’s bestseller. It starts with a quote from John Kabat Zin “You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf,” which captures the essence of both his philosophy and TEDxBradford talk.
You can follow Neil on Twitter as @neil_gibb and LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/neil-gibb-67016a.