Many should benefit, instead of few that profit
“I am fascinated by the impact of technology on people, organizations and society. The subjects of my lectures are therefore at the intersection of technological developments and human behavior. As a speaker and author I try to offer new perspectives on the future of work, organizing and developing. The strategist in me helps me to choose direction. In addition, I am involved in various projects in the field of societal and social innovation. ” – Peter Ros
Work & Organizing
Connected in collaboration
Tech 360 degrees
Digitization and technology bring an abundance of possibilities. In addition, the internet offers a ‘free’ distribution network. Yet we often organize from old paradigms.
Questions that are central during these lectures: “How do we get rid of systems designed in information scarcity?” And “What are network effects and how do you use them?”
About doing more in less time, with more impact.
Connected collaboration is the essence of modern teamwork, where individuals and groups seamlessly work together.
But… ‘Connected collaboration’ isn’t about tools; it’s about connecting as human beings, understanding each others straights and flaws. It empowers teams to work as one, transcending boundaries to achieve common goals. In a world where distance is no longer a barrier, connected collaboration is the key to unlocking the full potential of the collective human intellect and imagination.
Artificial intelligence, robotization, nanotechnology, biohacking, synthetic biology and more. These lectures on the impact of technology offer insight into the dizzying world of exponential technological developments. In addition, Peter shares his model to classify technologies on urgency.
Questions like: “Which technologies will have a great impact in the coming years?” And “How can we use them?” will be discussed.
In addition to speaking and writing, I assist organizations through process facilitation in development and connection projects with other professionals at Kuroso ‘Hearth & Mindshakers.’ I am a co-founder of Permanent Beta and The Fieldlab, as well as an ambassador and advisor for Digital Fitness.
In my early career, I held roles in management at Kahn’s Mode and played a key role in developing and realizing the Wonder Woman retail chain. In 1999, I ventured into entrepreneurship. This journey led to the establishment of an internet agency, a startup for app development in Romania, and the creation of the first major hospitality/photo website in the Netherlands (‘kroegenweb.nl’).
My current field of work encompasses both large and smaller organizations, including government entities at various levels, universities and colleges, construction companies, hospitals, banks, business associations, consulting firms, and, of course, seminar organizers in both domestic and international settings.