About

 

Barry O’Reilly works with business leaders and teams from global organizations that seek not to fear the future but invent it. He has been an entrepreneur, employee, and consultant.

After several startups, his focus shifted towards the enterprise, where he has pioneered the intersection of business model innovation, product development, organizational design, and culture transformation.

He is co-author of the international bestseller Lean Enterprise: How High Performance Organizations Innovate at Scale—included in the Eric Ries Lean Series with O’Reilly Media, and a Harvard Business Review must read for would-be CEOs and business leaders. He is an internationally sought-after speaker, frequent writer and contributor for The EconomistStrategy+Business and MIT Sloan Management Review.

Barry is Faculty at Singularity University advising on the executive and accelerator programs to educate, inspire, and empower leaders to apply exponential technologies and address humanity’s grand challenges.

Barry is Founder and CEO of ExecCamp, the entrepreneurial experience for executives, and management consultancy Antennae.

His mission is to help purposeful technology-led businesses innovate at scale.

Contact

Contact Barry for consulting, coaching, workshops, writing and keynote speaking.

3 thoughts on “About

  1. […] Barry O’Reilly  (LinkedIn profile, @BarryOReilly) is a frequent keynote speaker, writer and blogger on industry […]

  2. […] on both days were of high quality and certainly some of the best talks of the conference for me. Barry O’Reilly was entertaining and engaging in his talk on lessons learned in trying to deploy lean in enterprise […]

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