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SPEAKING

Training, Presentations and Keynotes

Selected Presentations

  • Academy of Sciences, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • American American Psychological Association (APA)
  • American Marketing Association
  • American Red Cross
  • Air Force Research Labs
  • AOL Corporation
  • Asian Development Bank
  • Brookings Institute
  • Business Week Conferences
  • Canadian Housing and Mortgage Corporation
  • Construction Industry CEO Roundtable
  • Corning Corporation
  • Edison Electric Institute
  • EDS Corporation
  • Freddie Mac
  • Global Forum, Seoul, S. Korea
  • Gulf States University, Bahrein
  • Hay Associates
  • IBM Corporation
  • Israeli Air Force
  • Institutional Investors CEO Roundtable
  • International Congress of Industrial Design
  • Kaplan University
  • Leadership Conference, Puebla, Mexico
  • SAIC Corporation
  • Society for Strategic Planning, London
  • NATO
  • Parson’s Corporation
  • Polaroid Corporation
  • Princeton University
  • Rotary Club
  • Singapore Government
  • University of Texas at Austin Business School
  • US Agency for International Development
  • US Chamber of Commerce
  • US Director of National Intelligence
  • US Department of Defense (DoD)
  • US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  • US Federal Aviation Agency (FAA)
  • US Federal Reserve Board
  • US National Academies of Science and Engineering
  • US National Aeronautics & Aerospace Agency (NASA)
  • US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)
  • USIA World Net TV
  • Wharton School, U. Pennsylvania
  • World Bank
  • World Future Society

Speaking Topics

  • Forecasting The Technology Revolution Results of my forecast of emerging technology, highlighting breakthroughs in all fields of science, business opportunities, potential market size, and social impact.
  • The New Management Emergence of a “New Management” driven by the imperatives of a knowledge economy, focusing on decentralized, entrepreneurial organizations to manage complexity and collaborative stakeholder relationships to improve strategy.
  • The Intelligent Enterprise Research on the cognitive structure of knowledge organizations, showing how to raise “organizational IQ,” how leaders improve organizational learning, the role of IT, and much more.
  • An Age of Consciousness Original studies of beliefs, values, vision, purpose, choice, strategy, and other matters of “spirit” that guide the domain emerging beyond knowledge.
  • Leading from the Bottom-Up and the Outside-In How leaders can be more effective by helping employees to manage their own units from the bottom-up and to collaborate with stakeholders from the outside-in.
  • Creating Continuous Change In an age where the only constant is change, an organic model of strategy formation can convert external turbulence into continuous strategic change – just as the martial arts convert the strength of an aggressor to one’s advantage.
  • Scenarios and Supertrends Highlights of major technological, economic, and social changes sweeping across the global economy, and how to respond effectively as they play out over the next few years.
  • Corporate Community A political coalition of employees, customers, suppliers, local governments, and other stakeholders offers benefits for all involved, including greater profits.
  • Internal Enterprise/Markets Self-managed teams and complete internal market economies form self-organizing systems with all of the virtues of free enterprise.
Bill Halal Mexico
Leadership Conference, Puebla, Mexico
Dalai Lama
Sharing a speakers platform with the Dalai Lama in Kashmir, India
Bill Halal
Global Leaders Conference, Seoul, S. Korea