In 2012, he was named one of the world’s best business professors by Poets & Quants. Scott has founded nine companies, including Prophet, Red Envelope, L2, and Section4.
He is the New York Times–bestselling author of The Four, The Algebra of Happiness, and Post Corona, and has served on the boards of directors of The New York Times Company, Urban Outfitters, Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, Panera Bread, and Ledger.
Across his CNN+ show, Prof G and Pivot podcasts, No Mercy / No Malice newsletter, and YouTube channel, Professor Galloway reaches millions. In 2020, Adweek named Pivot Business Podcast of the Year.
Professor Galloway explores the state of America today and how we arrived at this precipice. Telling the story through a data-driven lens, Galloway highlights some of the most pressing themes we face as a society and offers his unique take on where we're headed. Topics range from income inequality and the idolatry of tech innovators to government regulation, conscious capitalism, and our own tumultuous relationship with technology.
Future of Education
Professor Galloway discusses the state of play in the education industry and how supply and demand for higher education have changed (or not) in a post-Covid world. He offers a clear-cut diagnostic of the main challenges facing tertiary education, and provides constructive, original suggestions for increasing accessibility.
- Annual Predictions
Scott’s provocative annual predictions for the year ahead, available from October into the new year. In this session, Professor Galloway will take a look back at what he got right or wrong for the previous year, and he will introduce a series of predictions, trends, and dynamics for the upcoming 1-3 years. Scott’s predictions include, but are not limited to, the themes of big tech, industry disruption, healthcare, education, retail, the streaming wars, and more.
- Underhyped vs. Overhyped
Since the Covid pandemic began in 2020, we’ve seen an unprecedented acceleration in business, education, and technology. Prof Galloway cuts through the noise and highlights the products and trends that are receiving too much vs. too little attention and investment. He discusses creative solutions in health tech, higher education, transportation, financial technology, and related fields that will shape the next decade and beyond.
- Post Corona
Professor Galloway looks at the pandemic’s implications on society, the markets, and business. This presentation unpacks how industries including media, retail, tech, healthcare, and education are being impacted by Covid, and what will remain after the dust from this crisis has settled.
- The Great Disruption: Business in Times of Covid-19
In his bestseller The Four, NYU professor Scott Galloway explained how Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google came to dominate the digital economy. The coronavirus pandemic is likely to accelerate existing trends, make powerful companies even more powerful and create entirely new disruptions in existing markets. Scott Galloway discusses who the winners and losers will be.
- Investing Theses
Scott unpacks his personal investing strategy and the frameworks he uses to evaluate public and private investments. He covers his own equity holdings and private investments and reveals “The Algebra of Wealth,” his personal guide to achieving financial security.
- Streaming Wars
In this session, Professor Scott Galloway provides a No Mercy / No Malice perspective on the biggest trends, strategies, and innovations in the video and content streaming industry today. From the streaming landscape to shifts in OTT video and increasing competition in audio, Scott will highlight which winners & losers have emerged and what you can learn from them.
- Dog Days
In this session, Scott Galloway provides a No Mercy / No Malice perspective on the biggest trends, strategies, and innovations that separate winners and losers in today's digital economy. From the dominance and behaviors of Amazon and Facebook, to network effects and recurring revenue, Scott will highlight which winners & losers have emerged, what you can learn from them, and how they will impact the future of business.
- The Algebra of Happiness
What’s the formula for a life well-lived? Scott Galloway has spent the greater half of his career trying to find out. Melding personal experiences with research from the fields of finance, psychology, and anthropology, Professor Galloway created the Algebra of Happiness. This session will give you Scott’s cheat sheet to squeezing the juice out of life. This talk is based on the viral YouTube video.