Richard Worzel is today’s leading futurist, with a client list that includes such organizations as Procter & Gamble, Coca Cola, Microsoft, IBM, Lexus, the U.S. Navy, and the TD Bank, among many others.
Richard studied computer science, economics and world trade in university, and has written hundred of articles on the future as well as five best-selling books.
Why Richard Worzel?
Richard conducts structured innovation sessions that dovetail into your strategic planning and product design, including proprietary innovation techniques, and brings a keen understanding of why innovation can be so difficult, and how organizations can unknowingly undermine their own innovation efforts.
He makes compelling keynote speeches to set the table at the start of a conference, or can end it with a bang. He leads intriguing workshops that range from a couple of hours, to days or even months of strategic planning. And he can help you plan and prepare for our uncertain future.
He started work in the investment industry as an institutional investor, and received the industry’s Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1978. Since 1979, he has run his own consulting firm, helping companies and organizations plan and prepare for the future.
Although Richard was raised in the New York City suburbs, he and his English wife now live in Toronto.