Larry Quick

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Larry Quick is a strategist with significant global experience in both the corporate and civic sectors. He is the co-author of “Disrupted: Strategy for Exponential Change”, the original developer of the Strategy in Action framework and the founder of Resilient Futures.

For over twenty years Larry has researched the areas of disruption and resilience while helping organisations get on the front-foot in leveraging disruption – in all its forms. In his view disruption promises significant strategic opportunity and must be approached as a tailwind and not a headwind.

Few people genuinely understand systemic disruption. So having a practical guide from Larry Quick to advise on strategies for leveraging new possibilities is highly valuable.Richard Hames, CEO, Centre for the Future

Larry also draws upon a recent study by Resilient Futures titled – Disruption 2016: What Australian Business Leaders Think. The survey provides rich data and compelling insight as to where Australian organisations are at in their understanding and approach to disruption – both digital, and other.

Larry has worked extensively in Australia and the USA. His clients have included IBM, Ausnet, Telstra, GM Holden Australia and GM Asia Pacific, Rhode Island Economic Policy Council, Stamford Urban Redevelopment Commission, Stamford Centre for Innovation, US National Science Foundation, CSIRO Australia and a variety of federal, state and local government agencies.

He is a highly experienced public speaker and has lectured at several universities and business schools including The Mount Eliza Business School, Boston College, Edith Cowan University and Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).

A cancer survivor Larry is “committed to squeezing every ounce out of life that this great world can bring”. Larry lives in Woodend, Victoria with his wife Helen.

Praise for “Disrupted: Strategy for Exponential Change”

“In this time of exponential change, this book is an essential guide. We can all learn from it how to make sense of change and how to make better decisions for the future.”
Alan M. Webber
Co-Founder, Fast Company magazine

A must-read. If you want to understand the world of today and tomorrow; and look forward to the future rather than fearing it.
Phil Ruthven
Founder IBISWorld

A very insightful read, explaining the very real threats hitting incumbent businesses, the consequences of inaction and equally how to stay ahead of the herd. A must read for any corporate executive thinking long-term about the business!
Mark Zawacki
Founder 650 Labs, Silicon Valley

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