Steve Sammartino speaks, writes and collaborates on the future
The Great Fragmentation (2014)
With the industrial age quickly vanishing in the rearview mirror, The Lessons School Forgot is your instruction manual for hacking your mind and acquiring the skills to take control of your life and fortunes in the digital age.
The Lessons School Forgot (2017)
A business survival manifesto for the technology revolution. This book is a wide story, the entire landscape assessment – it’s for serious business people who need more than disposable digital tactics.
Latest Blog Posts
It’s true data, and our new found ability to sift through large volumes of it, has come with many benefits: fraud detection, genomics, natural language processing to name a few. But, data doesn’t get humanity…. [ READ POST ]
Predicting the future seems like an impossible task, but there is a trick to it. It’s less about guessing what’s next, and more about piecing together what’s already here. A veritable mash up of tools,… [ READ POST ]
Ten years ago I used to get offered equity to work for free, now I get offered tokens in upcoming ICO’s. I used to say yes to many equity offers if: (A) I liked the… [ READ POST ]
In a largely information-based work society, it’s easy to forget the important role unions have played in creating a civilised society. Things we take for granted like reasonable work hours, fair wages, workplace health and… [ READ POST ]
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Steve Sammartino’s projects have earnt over 20 million plays on YouTube. He’s sent a lego space shuttle to space, created a car that runs on air, founded and sold start-ups, had his time in corporate like all of us, and inspired many of Australia’s largest companies looking to adapt to our changing future.