Who is?

The Corporate Futurist is the website and blog for Keith Logan. A management consultant of 15 years to British, European and APAC companies and organisations in;

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Please have a look at the blog posts for some thoughts on the corporate world, things to think about and some ideas to improve. Each has a range of links to academic or corporate research but the content is my own.

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In 2016-2017 – As a Director and Head of Collaboration and Innovation for Capgemini ANZ; Keith led the Innovation centre and directed innovation projects for Australia and NZ. He was lead facilitator for the Accelerated Solutions Environment (ASE) in Asia Pacific, created the internal innovation model – UX/CX design, Service Design, Design Thinking, Corporate Strategy, facilitation, collaboration design

In 2015-2016 – As a Director and Head of Digital Customer Experience; Keith led the 30 person Customer practice in Strategy and Transformation leading projects as Project Director and building the team in Digital Strategy, Customer Experience design, Analytics design – Customer operating models and service design,  Digital strategy, Customer strategy,  customer sales and service  transformation

In 2015-2017 – As part of the Consulting Leadership Team; Keith supported the operations management of the team, directed the graduate program, led the development, performance management and review process for the team whilst leading multi-million $ client projects – performance management,  business operations,  client engagement, business strategy, people leadership

In 2004-2015  As part of Capgemini Consulting in the UK, Europe and APAC, Keith was engaged in a number of roles starting as a graduate; core consulting projects, transformation and strategy, customer, business model development– Operating models, corporate and business strategy, transformation design and delivery,  facilitation,  technology, customer experience, culture and change