Jamie Anderson

Budget: fee on request
Languages: English
Geography: USA and Canada

Jamie Anderson is an academic and keynote speaker who has been named as a "management guru" in the Financial Times, and as one of the world’s top 25 management thinkers by the journal Business Strategy Review, alongside internationally renowned thought leaders such as Gary Hamel, Philip Kotler and Henry Mintzberg.

Jamie’s wit and humour have seen him described as a ‘stand-up strategist’, who brings together the theories and frameworks of business strategy, leadership, innovation and creativity with a unique presentation style that never fails to both enlighten andentertain. Jamie is a superb story teller, and he believes that the discussion of important business concepts should always be fun. His presentations are rich in multimedia; he focuses on interaction and audience participation, whether for a small after-dinner talk audience, MBA class or for a keynote presentation to a conference of hundreds of attendees.

Over the years Jamie has delivered more than 300 keynote presentations and lectures around the world. Forthcoming workshops, keynotes and book events are taking place in the USA, Germany, India, Norway, Singapore, Switzerland, France, Belgium and the United Kingdom.

Jamie's research and teaching focuses on strategy, innovation and creativity, but he is just as likely to talk about Lady Gaga, Madonna, Picasso or Damien Hirst as he is to discuss Steve Jobs, Jack Welch or Richard Branson. Jamie’s articles have appeared in publications such as California Management Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, the Financial Times and Wall Street Journal, and he has appeared as a business commentator on BBC World, CNBC and CNN.