Eric Hunter – The Sherlock Syndrome
Eric Hunter is the Director of Knowledge, Innovation & Technology Strategies at Bradford & Barthel, LLP and Executive Director of Spherical Models, LLC.
Eric is integrating a social media, knowledge, big data and predictive collaboration environment within the firm and is constantly looking to leverage innovation solutions to enhance client service interaction while driving business optimization solutions internally.
Eric leads the Spherical Models team focusing on spherical business models through innovations in big data, process, strategic pricing, predictive analytics, social and collaborative solutions. Eric speaks and writes on competitive strategy, evolving business models, big data, process innovations, strategic pricing, predictive analytics and collaborative solutions globally and is the recipient of ILTA’s 2010 ‘Knowledge Management Champion’ Distinguished Peer and ILTA’s 2010 ‘Innovative Member’ awards.
Eric is on the editorial board for Managing Partner, and has recently published a book: “The Sherlock Syndrome, Strategic Success through Big Data and the Darwinian Disruption” with the Ark Group.
Come and see Eric at our TEDx event!
On the 28th May, you have the chance to be part of a unique global phenomenon. Technology Entertainment and Design (TED) talks have become associated with inspirational leadership and high profile speakers from around the world, TED is coming to Yorkshire!
We have the honour of hosting TEDxPocklingtonED. There is a fantastic line up of professional speakers from across the UK and US and they are landing in Pocklington to share their thoughts and offer a different perspective on business and client engagement.
The event is based around communication and technology. We have speakers from Apple, Google and Microsoft along with thought leaders, teachers, spoken word professionals, international artists and even a UN investigator.
Ticket includes talks from 18 specialist speakers, a hog roast lunch, afternoon tea and huge networking potential. Yorkshire and its business community are the focus of national and international attention right now and there’s a big push to bring the leaders of the technology industry to the region.