Global Innovation Evangelist @Salesforce
Brian is a VP, Global Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce. He is also the author of the award-winning book X: The Experience When Business Meets Design. When it comes to humanizing technology, no one does it better than Brian. Forbes referred to him as “one of the more creative and brilliant business minds of our time”, ZDNet has called him “one of the 21st century business world’s leading thinkers”’ and according to The Conference Board, Brian is “the futurist we all need now.”
June-2022 : Tweets
New research by @Gartner_inc on the challenges companies face in organizing around customer data + engagement. It's also time to rethink the role and operational models of marketing, service, commerce. Customers do want integration and personalization.https://t.co/VWSnARZYub pic.twitter.com/JNTr7tVMve— Brian Solis (@briansolis) June 28, 2022
More than 3/4 of workers do not feel ready to work in a digital-1st world.— Brian Solis (@briansolis) June 18, 2022
As the digital economy continues to grow, more new jobs will be created. Salesforce, and its UK ecosystem expect create 271k new jobs by 2026 (@IDC).@ZahraS_B, #SalesforceTourhttps://t.co/4cQbN2uVuY pic.twitter.com/tflS4H7L91
Metaverse skills pt 2— Brian Solis (@briansolis) June 27, 2022
Data Integration, Visualization + Storytelling
AI Development + Ethics
In-World Ethics and Social Responsibility Governance
Immersive CX Journey Building
In-World Experience Marketing
Innovation in action. 👏 @Albertsons announced new checkout technology in stores.— Brian Solis (@briansolis) June 8, 2022
Carts will use computer vision to ID items and calculate totals as you shop.
It's certainly the next step in connecting #ecommerce activity with in-store experiences.https://t.co/w1yoDizkok
The 1st step in fixing a problem is recognizing there is one.— Brian Solis (@briansolis) June 25, 2022
The next step is to reflect upon how consciously or subconsciously, you've contributed to it.
Perhaps the hardest step, is to then look beyond yourself to see how others are affected.
This is the ♥️of a solution.
76% of workers do not feel prepared for working in a digital-first world.— Brian Solis (@briansolis) June 27, 2022
54% of workers believe technology will advance faster than the skills of the workforce.
Just 7% of large companies currently employ digitally savvy executive teams.https://t.co/OmzcjQ16ov pic.twitter.com/QrkQmYT5nm