Marketing Professor at NYU Stern, bestselling author, serial entrepreneur
About Scott Galloway
Scott Galloway is a prolific speaker with a skyrocketing platform whose razor-sharp insights entertain, inspire, and provoke board members and teams across Global 500 companies. He is a professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business and the founder of numerous successful ventures, including L2 Inc., Section4, Red Envelope, and Prophet. Together with tech journalist Kara Swisher, Galloway hosts the podcast Pivot, named Business Podcast of the Year by Adweek in 2020, as well as his solo podcast, the Prof G Pod. His Webby-winning newsletter No Mercy / No Malice delivers data-rich and sharp analyses.
In keynote speeches to C-suite leaders, investors, educators, and young professionals alike, Scott Galloway cuts through the noise and unpacks the truth behind the hype. With a healthy dose of self-mockery and brash humor, Galloway distills technical business topics into actionable insights.
In his latest book, Adrift, Scott Galloway examines the future of the US and how the nation got to where it is. Filled with graphs and illustrations, that are a signature part of Galloway’s talks, Adrift distills technical business topics and offers a unique take on everything from online dating to minimum wage to the American dream.
Galloway has previously written the New York Times-bestselling books The Four, The Algebra of Happiness, and Post Corona. The Algebra of Happiness is an unconventional book of wisdom and life advice. Mixing anecdotes and bracing insights, Galloway shares his hard-won wisdom, along with poignant personal stories. In The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google, Scott Galloway offers a tour de force on the true nature of technology’s titans. In Post Corona, Galloway unpacks who the winners and losers of the pandemic might be.
Scott Galloway was elected to the World Economic Forum’s Global Leaders of Tomorrow and has served on the boards of directors of Urban Outfitters, Eddie Bauer, The New York Times Company, UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, and Ledger. He received a B.A. from UCLA and an M.B.A. from UC Berkeley.
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Adrift: America in 100 Charts
Political extremism, supply chain issues, a worldwide pandemic, and the great resignation—how did we get here? As a nation, as businesses, and as citizens, this is a question many are asking themselves. In this image-driven presentation filled with digestible data, Scott Galloway undertakes an urgent examination of the future of our nation. From the state of our democracy, the overreach of Big Tech, and our post-pandemic future, Galloway offers a unique take on where we are headed and what it will take to keep up.
The Value of Predictions
In times of immense uncertainty and constant technological change, predictions and projections are in high-demand. Scott Galloway has been sharing predictions, trends, and dynamics for years and his provocative outlook on what’s to come is an annual highlight for big tech, healthcare, education, and retail industries alike. In this compelling session, Galloway will not only look at trends for the upcoming 1-3 years, but he will also explain why the value of a prediction is in the act of making it, not the prediction itself. He will talk about how contemplating the future can help any organization take responsibility for the present.
Effective Brand Architecture and Brand Strategy
In this popular lecture and "mini-masterclass," Scott Galloway talks about how brand strategy can drive value across any organization: How to resonate with customers, how to differentiate from competitors, and how to manage resources efficiently. Galloway discusses current trends in technology and why well-conceived brand architecture is more important than ever in a digital winner-takes-all economy.
Praise for Scott Galloway
Praise for Post Corona
Few are better positioned to illuminate the vagaries of this transformation than Galloway, a tech entrepreneur, author and professor at New York University’s Stern School.— The New York Times
Praise for The Algebra of Happiness
This book is required reading for everyone with a heartbeat. Scott delivers powerful, hard-earned life lessons that will resonate with anyone who hasn’t had their common sense surgically removed.— Eric Barker, Wall Street Journal-bestselling author of Barking Up The Wrong Tree
Praise for The Four
As the power of technology’s biggest companies comes under more scrutiny, NYU business professor Galloway reveals how Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google built massive empires.— Publishers Weekly, “The Top 10 Business Books of Fall 2017”
An existential alarm bell wrapped in a business lesson wrapped in an entertaining and often hilarious (and, yes, occasionally blue-languaged) series of stories built with great writing. It keeps you entertained to make sure you’re informed.— 800-CEO-READ
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