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Tomer
Garzberg

Liberating the human in tomorrow’s workplace

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Tomer Garzberg is a visionary speaker with a unique perspective on the technology, tools and necessary creativity that are shaping our future.

Tomer is a Future of Work ‘todayist’. Rather than dream of what might be, Tomer instead takes the potential of practical technology and data today and reimagines commercial outcomes and human purpose through artificial intelligence and data-driven experimentation. As a technology entrepreneur and innovation advisor for over a decade, Tomer has worked across continents with some of the world’s most notable companies, blending the worlds of data, AI, behaviours and creativity. He is a TED speaker, IBM Global Entrepreneur and a Westpac Businesses of Tomorrow recipient.

Current Work

Tomer Garzberg is the founder and CEO of GRONADE, an enterprise growth labs and future-of-work company in Sydney. GRONADE operates on the philosophy that if data is the new oil, without an ignition, it's just latent potential. The GRONADE team partners with Fortune 500's and enterprise to run experiments on the back of data science initiatives, deploying machine intelligence and behavioural experiments to reduce operational expenditure, amplify profit, and capitalise on future-of-work opportunities.

Tomer is a sought after expert on machine intelligence in the workplace and is working to pioneer a world where machine intelligence can be trained to execute on enterprise operations, leaving humans to do what they do best-be human and the driver of change, rather than the afterthought. As Tomer argues, humans are not optimised for work, and enterprise is bleeding revenue because of it. He believes that an enterprise's lack of agility puts it at a high risk of diminishing market share as tech innovation continues to gain momentum. Looking to optimise the current workplace and redefine human purpose, he applies a blend of behavioural analysis and machine intelligence, augmenting individual jobs to drive more effectiveness out of the human workforce to ultimately incite meaningful growth and change.

Tomer has contributed to GQ Magazine, the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age among other publications and has also appeared as a guest on Channel 7's Sunrise.

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Talking Points

Making sense of Industry 5.0, and What Industry 6.0 will look like

We overestimate what current emerging technology can do today, and underestimate what it can do tomorrow.

AI, blockchain, IoT, VR ... these technologies are maturing from infancy, generating more data than ever, and changing the world in ways this planet has never seen.

What does this mean for us as humans at work and home? What will the world look like when advanced technology converges into an intelligence which challenges our own?

Who this is for:
Corporates, start-ups, and everyone in between, looking to understand the potential of today's technology, and leverage it for a better tomorrow

Key Takeaways:
- Harnessing the power of today's technologies for business success
- A framework to map any business problem to a technological solution
- How humans find purpose as technology disrupts the world around us

Simplifying Data, AI and the Future of Work with Real World Applications

There's so much jargon with emerging technologies, why can't someone just explain it to me simply?

After starting a data-driven innovation company and building AI solutions for some of the world's biggest companies, I had to learn how to become a translator.

Cutting through the noise and simplifying the worlds of data, AI and the Future of Work, watch as I explain how we solved big business problems, with experimental tech.

Who this is for:
Corporates, business leaders, decision-makers, innovators and anyone who wants to gain an insight into solving big juicy problems through innovative thinking

Key Takeaways:
- Why data is the centre of the innovation universe
- What actually is AI, and how will it affect the world?
- A real-world journey of solving business, social good and hilarious problems with AI

My Journey to Tackle the Trillion-Dollar Customer Service Problem

Sometimes, the answer to some of the world's biggest problems have been sitting there all along, ignored through the pursuit of advanced technology.

After a decade of data-driven problem solving, my team discovered a solution to one of the world's largest inefficiencies: serving customers.

With countless channels to serve customers, 6,500 languages and a conversational mess of data, learn how pushing limits of the possible, forced a perspective flip to fix customer service once and for all.

Who this is for:
Corporates, business leaders, decision-makers, innovators and anyone who wants to gain an insight into solving big juicy problems through innovative thinking

Key Takeaways:
- Why customer service is such a big problem around the world
- How current technologies try to address the problem
- A strategic behind-the-scenes to innovation and iteration to solve big challenges

How Big Business (and Government) can Innovate like Start-ups (with the Case Studies to prove it)

If you're not growing, you're dying, or so the saying goes. We all know the inertia in big business is costing billions in lost productivity and opportunity.

Learn how a decade of helping some of the world's biggest brands build industry-leading solutions in as little as 12 weeks created a system which could be applied across any business.

Who this is for:
Corporates, business leaders, decision-makers, innovators and anyone who wants to gain an insight into solving big juicy problems through innovative thinking

Key Takeaways:
- How big business can innovate like a start-up, for real
- A proven approach to solving legacy problems with emerging technologies

The New Employee Deal

Technology shaping the future of work is making our workday redundant. Jobs are in urgent need of an overhaul, and the relationship between employer and employee is no longer imbalanced.

What can we all expect of the workplace as it changes before our very eyes? What are the new rules of engagement where our workday is augmented with technology?

Who this is for:
Corporates, employers, HR, and everyone in between, looking to understand the potential of today's technology, and how it impacts the way humans work

Key Takeaways:
- How technology is affecting jobs and the way we work
- How to interpret the New Employee Deal and where the employer and employee stand
- How to stay relevant as these changes proliferate through every workplace

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