Founder & CEO
Philip is Founder of UnGroup and Cordless Group.
He is a futurist, author and advisor. Focusing on people and behaviours, he specialises in predicting the impact of emerging technology on the way we will work, shop, consume leisure and live.
He has worked with over 1000 organisations delivering workplace innovation concepts including Facebook, Schroders, Microsoft, Ernst & Young, Allen & Overy, GlaxoSmithKline, Cisco, Macquarie Group, BBC, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Royal Bank of Scotland, Jones Lang LaSalle, Intel, JP Morgan Chase and the Boston Consulting Group
He regularly runs think-tanks and workshops with organisations in the process of considering workplace evolution. Philip brings:
• Unparalleled global knowledge of workplace innovation case studies, benefits and enablers, drivers and results – allowing knowledge sharing and benchmarking
• Ideas and drivers of change, from the expectations of the next generation to successful strategies for implementing change, technology enablers and drivers of change
• A critical view of the key technologies that should be adopted by organisations to enable workplace innovation and a clear roadmap to allow future proofing within the workplace.
What are 3 words to describe UnWork?
UnConventional, UnCompromising, UnStoppable
What drew you to UnWork originally?
I founded the business, and the brand is designed to demonstrate that we challenge and ask people to unravel and unbundle their current assumptions – people need to step backwards and ‘unlearn’ before they move forwards.
And how has UnWork changed since?
We’re growing an international management consultancy focused on the new world of work.
The Flatiron in New York. It shouldn’t exist but it’s uncompromisingly elegant and unique.
Most inspiring place you’ve been to?
Peru – the Inca Trail is a magical place and experience.
‘We shape our buildings and thereafter they shape us’
Tell us something about yourself that would surprise us. OR tell us three things that most people don’t know about you…
I play the drums in a couple of bands… not quite Phil Collins but working on it.