Chris is the founder of OpenGenius, a company focused on helping transform thinking, creativity and learning. His technology solutions have been used by millions of individuals to clarify thinking, generate game-changing ideas, and turn ideas into action.
He is a bestselling author on creativity, mind mapping and innovative thinking skills, with his latest book published by Kogan Page, ‘The Creative Thinking Handbook’ now available in 10 languages.
Chris delivers a refreshingly pragmatic approach on systemising innovation in business. If you’ve always thought creativity was all fluff and no substance, Chris will convince you otherwise.
In an era of automation and chatbots, Chris can provide rare insight on the ways in which AI can enhance human ingenuity with reference to his own AI-powered creativity app, Ayoa.
He is a multi-time bestselling author whose work has been translated into over 20 languages, and a serial entrepreneur. He has launched 4 apps to date, each with over 1M users; he has grown and sold a global network of over 1000 innovation coaches, and built a 22,000 sq. ft. tech-hub.
Chris has been asked to facilitate brainstorming sessions at the Petra Nobel Conference of Nobel Laureates and has worked with Governments, Royals, and a wide array of global CEOs. He is a regular contributor to publications such as Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, Forbes, and the BBC (among others). He is also the world’s leading expert on mind mapping.
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CHRIS GRIFFITHS: SPEAKER
A popular speaker on creativity and innovation in business, Chris Griffiths’ speaking topics include:
“Beating ‘the busy fool’” – How to achieve more by doing less
“Systemised innovation” – How to make positive innovation repeatable
“AI for accelerated creativity” – Learn how AI can enhance human ingenuity
“Supercharge your thinking” – How mind maps can help you create, work and learn
“Thinking without the box” – Understand what the box is and how you can remove it
“Focus daydreaming” – Why successful people daydream and achieve more