Over the last 14 years of advising leading global companies, author Philip Weiss developed a unique approach designed for the modern executive to adapt and thrive in this age of vast networks, digital communications and perpetual change. The Hyperthinking model is predicated on the assumption that the most important skill required to help you and your organisation grow is the mind-set of individuals.
Whilst studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford, Philip Weiss launched two college magazines, started the first student radio station on a full FM licence in the UK, and received the Young Achievers Award from HM the Queen. In Brussels he set up ZN, a leading eCommunications agency working with companies, political institutions – like the European Commission and Parliament – and other organisations on how to use the Internet to integrate and transform communication. He works with such household names as Toyota, Microsoft, Sony, Sanofi Pasteur, UCB and various industry associations. His Hyperthinking model was developed to enable the ZN team and their clients manage rapid change and innovation, and to adapt their strategies and structures to the age of networks. In 2010, Philip co-founded TEDxBrussels. He is now Chairman of IABC Europe (International Association of Business Communicators).