Morris Miselowski knows that the next 10 years will see the equivalent of 100 years of change.

He knows that in 2020, 60 per cent of the workforce will be doing jobs that don't yet exist, in industries that haven't been created.

And he knows that all of that change will come through people, not technology.

As a successful entrepreneur who spends every day immersed in the future, Morris has the kind of real-life business experience that helps him understand the possibilities for every client - no matter how complex - and translate them into simple, practical, actionable, profitable insights they can use immediately.

His presentations are audio-visual feasts: always accessible, always exciting, always thought-provoking and always customised to their audience.

They highlight his uncanny ability to demystify misconceptions, provide anthropological foresight and shift mindsets in a way that inspires organisations in every industry to get out of their comfort zones and embrace the infinite opportunities the future offers, before their competitors do.

A brave new world of opportunities
Morris will take you on a tour of tomorrow's world - a world where we will live much longer and work, play and consume in a way that is unrecognisable today.

In the near future, we will be online 24/7 and the computer keyboard and mouse will be dead. Things like social media and networking, virtual worlds, augmented reality, crowdsourcing, geotagging and new technologies - disruptive, nano, convergent and divergent - will be part of everyday life. Management paradigms will evolve to include more iterative and open-source styles as well as robots in the workplace.

With this avalanche of knowledge, influences and choices, everything will change - our lifestyle, our belief systems, our habits, our opportunities, and the way we experience and interact with the world.

Whatever business they're in, Morris's audiences always walk away inspired, with a clear understanding of what their industry will look like, what consumers and employees will want from them, where opportunities will come from, and how to take advantage of them.

Real-life experience and success
By the age of 22, when all of his contemporaries were still at university, Morris Miselowski had already built and sold his first business.

Since then, he has accumulated 30 years' experience in business and strategic future forecasting for a wide range of public and private organisations through the consulting firm he founded, his equity partnership firm  and his speaking business.

As a speaker, strategist, consultant and mentor, he provides prescient, practical advice to CEOs and decision-makers at organisations around Australia and the world. His clients have included small businesses and associations as well as blue-chip companies like nab, Mercedes Benz, HBA, UBS, Toll, RMIT, Ernst & Young, Danone, Phillips, Toshiba and IGA.

He is also in demand as a media commentator with weekly radio shows on ABC Australia across Asia Pacific and 6PR in Perth, a podcast show on the world's premium content network CBS Interactive, regular appearances on television, radio, print and online media, and a feature interview in the best-selling Australian business book Secrets of Small Business Owners Exposed.

All of this, as well as his many years as a lecturer in marketing and management means he has the inside edge on how to captivate and educate an audience.

Morris Miselowski speaker

Speaker Video

Other speakers you might like:

Kim Seeling Smith

Master storyteller, passionate educator and trend translator, Kim Seeling Smith will help your organization move from disruptable to indestructible in the post-pandemic world.

Kim is THE Now of Work expert and a frequent media commentator for major TV, radio and print publications across the globe.

Professor Veena Sahajwalla

A materials scientist, engineer and inventor, Professor Veena Sahajwalla pioneers research into waste – turning it into a new generation of green materials and products. She does this as the Founding Director of the Centre for Sustainable Materials Research and Technology at the University of New South Wales. In 2022 Professor Veena Sahajwalla was named the 2022 NSW State Australian of the Year.

Colleen Callander

An award-winning CEO, Colleen Callander has a wealth of knowledge and proven track record in building brands, establishing winning cultures and creating environments that allow people to be inspired and empowered.

Peter Van Onselen

Peter van Onselen is Network Ten’s political editor and a contributing editor for The Australian. He is also a professor of public policy and politics at the University of Western Australia. Peter hosts The Sunday Project on 10, appears as a panellist on ABC Insiders and writes a weekly column for Perth’s Sunday Times. He has won Walkley and Logie awards for his broadcast journalism on Sky News where he worked for nearly ten years, and a News Award for his feature and opinion writing in the Australia. Dr van Onselen is the author or editor of six books, including a biography of former Prime Minister John Howard, rated by the Wall Street Journal as the best biography of 2007. He has a PhD in political science and a masters of policy studies and a masters of commerce.

Geoff Raby

Australia's former ambassador to China provides insights into Australia's future position in global affairs.

Back to Top