- Innovate as Attitude: Autonomously managing behavior
- Meritocratic Marketplaces; The secret side to big technology megatrends
- A hacker is someone who is willing to take a system apart to create new opportunities.
- Workplace productivity is lost to outmoded tools
- Cross-Platform Integration
- The Future of Work
- The End of the Great Stagnation
- Cyber-Security – It’s People
Joshua Klein examines systems, he takes them apart, and he puts different pieces together to produce something new and more effective. An attitude that information is limitless, accessible, and useable immediately. Klein explains how hacking allows success everywhere, for anyone and how we as hackers can herald global improvements by being exactly who we are.
It’s an approach that’s toppled dynasties and is destroying – and creating – new business models with increasing frequency. More and more, disruption is simply how business gets done.
Joshua Klein has worked with representatives of the CIA, NSA, FBI, State Department, and with companies ranging from Microsoft and IBM …
Klein’s articles have appeared in publications from Harvard Business Review to Oprah to Wired Magazine, and his work has been featured everywhere from CNBC to the New York Times to his own National Geographic TV Series, The Link. He has spoken at TED, Davos, YPO’s GLC, and many, many, many more.
Learn how a hacker thinks… and how to use that thinking for your business.
“Normally I’m not captured by many keynotes but your presentation was awesome… and very scary. My attendees LOVED it! You were the talk of the conference.”
“Josh is a smart, captivating who offers more than his thoughts on technology – he offers real accounts of his lived experiences hacking computers, cellphones.”
“Josh Klein will be one of the most exciting cultural players to watch in the coming decade; his personal fluidity between disciplines and movement of ideas across worlds both real and virtual, technological and creative, allows him to be a guide for those of us who are interested in being the architects of our own identity.”
“Josh Klein is the quintessential hacker – a cross-disciplinary, pattern recognizing polymath who takes his greatest joy from combining the unexpected and seeing the result work in new and better ways.”
“Josh Klein is a natural born storyteller with a real knack for capturing — and keeping — an audience engaged. Authentic and irreverent, it’s always a pleasure to see Josh on stage.”
Josh Klein examines systems, he takes them apart, and he puts different pieces together to produce something new and more effective.
A “hack” in the traditional engineering sense is a clever re-use of technology or systems to achieve a superior result. It’s also increasingly the most common means of innovation available to any organization or individual.
Books by Joshua Klein