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In a world deluged by irrelevant information, clarity is power.

Yuval Noah Harari


In the mid 1990’s, birth phase of the dotcom boom, Clayton M. Christensen, a truly brilliant mind, first coined the term disruptive innovation. In his famous 1997 bestseller Innovator’s Dilemma, he explained a rising paradox, that has since completely changed the industrial landscape. What he may not have foreseen at times is that he’s been able to inspire a whole new generation of technologists with all new opportunities at hand.

I’m one of them.

30 years later, the complete world is in disruption by digital technology, and we’re all part of it. Driving this digital disruption at scale, is my personal means of continuous reflection on the topic. I focus on the technological, economical and societal aspects of enterprise digital transformation; and especially their entanglement, creating fascinating new opportunities every day.

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Public Speaking

I love to trigger controversial discussion and to inspire people on digital disruption.

For this reason, I frequently engage in international conferences, summits and symposia, as keynote speaker or penalist, focusing on the fields of Future Mobility, Sustainable Energy, Artificial Intelligence and Enterprise Digital Transformation.

Selected references below:

  • Aachen Colloquium Sustainable Mobility
  • AI Data Tooling
  • ATZ/MTZ Virtual Powertrain Creation
  • Bosch ConnectedWorld
  • Computer Vision Summit
  • ETAS Connections
  • Generative AI Summit
  • International Symposium on Automotive & Engine Technology
  • Singularity University Disrupting Energy
  • and more…

If you are looking for a keynote speaker or penalist for your tech event, contact me and I’ll be happy to check upon my participation.


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