Travelling this week on some book-related business. First stop is the ACORD LOMA conference in Las Vegas, where I will be talking about a new study on Millennials, technology and the scramble for young talent in the insurance industry, commissioned by Microsoft from Insurity Research. See the Microsoft Presspass site for more info on the study when it is released tomorrow. We'll also be debuting a white paper on the future of insurance that I co-wrote with their industry team, talking about the ways that technology, social conditions and demographics may transform the business. The paper will probably be posted on the Microsoft Insurance industry site later this week. I'll be signing books and talking to folks at Booth 824 all day Tuesday. Stop by and say hello if you are in town.
On Thursday, I will be in Orlando, Florida to co-keynote the Business Process Management conference at Lake Buena Vista with my colleague (and co-author of Listening to the Future), Dan Rasums. We will be talking about "Millennials and the End of Process" - how the workstyle and priorities of the Net Generation impact structured work, and how process-oriented organizations can adapt. I will post some slides from the speech when I return.