Alex Grech

Consultant, Educator, and Strategist in Malta

Alex Grech

Consultant, Educator, and Strategist in Malta

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In my early career, I worked for multinationals in the technology sector. I gradually moved away from the world of finance to that of strategy and organisational change.

Since 2000 I've run StrategyWorks, my boutique practice, working alongside people with an interest in change. My clients have typically been CEOs, CIOs, Governments, startups and NGOs.

My interest in social media dates back to around 2002, eventually crystallising into a PhD in Internet Computing from the University of Hull. These days I have my feet planted somewhere between pragmatism and the social sciences. I develop strategies for startups, work on national education policies on lifelong learning and digital education and investigate social media empowerment.

I believe the social web provides us with an unprecedented opportunity to renegotiate some of the hegemonic relationships we tend to take for granted in our daily lives. Yet the open Internet is under threat from a toxic cocktail of social surveillance and the echo-chambers fueled by the social stream on our media of choice.

Alvin Toffler nailed it when he wrote: "The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn."

We are now all co-learners.

  • Work
    • StrategyWorks
  • Education
    • PhD in Internet Computing from the University of Hull
    • Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants