Mike Steep 2019 Speaker Reel

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Mike Steep is the founder and Executive Director of Stanford’s Engineering Center for Disruptive Technology and Digital Cities, and the former SVP of Global Business Operations at PARC Innovation Center. A highly sought-after speaker and business advisor, Steep gives customizable and visual presentations that demonstrate how forward-thinking corporations can create technologies with real life applications, and how those organizations can bring new technologies to market. 

Steep is tuned into some of the most disruptive ideas coming out of Silicon Valley and is passionate about connecting complimentary concepts to improve businesses across the board. He has worked with executives from various industries such as aerospace, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and automotive to create a R&D legacy that is complimentary to each organizations core business.

Mike Steep is an expert on many topics including future trends, AI, machine learning, predictive analytics, big data, disruption and innovation. Don Strickland said of Steep, “He knows how to transform disruptive innovation into disruptive opportunity."  Steep is also a contributing editor to Forbes, a sitting member of the Smart City London Board, and author of the book First Light of Day an engaging and insightful non-fiction about a technological revolution, set in the year 2045.

To read more about Steep’s work history and speaking topics you can visit his speaker page or contact us via chat, phone or email.

Executive Director, Stanford Engineering Center for Disruptive Technology and Digital Cities, and Former SVP of Global Business Operations at PARC Xerox

Fees
  • Local: $20,001 - $35,000*
  • US East: $35,001 - $55,000*
  • US West: $35,001 - $55,000*
  • Europe: $20,001 - $35,000*
  • Asia: $35,001 - $55,000*
Michael (Mike) Steep is the executive director of Stanford Engineering School's Center for Disruptive Technology and Digital Cities and the former senior vice president of global business operations at innovation mega-hub, PARC Xerox. He draws on first-hand experience and anecdotes from time spent with the biggest names in Silicon Valley to instruct audiences on how to get ahead of disruptive innovation. Viewing new technology as opportunity, Mike highlights the importance of allowing innovation to trump company culture and legacies—and not the other way around.