Nordic Business Forum has become one significant business conference for a reason.
Archive for 2018
It feels amazing that my book Sharkonomics is now swimming to Germany. Now when my book gets translated into German it opens a new world of opportunities.
• Over 82,5 million people live in Germany and 200 million speak German – that is a lot of readers.
There are many market leaders in Germany that would like to grow their business and many have had to defend their businesses from global sharks.
Since Germany is such a great country I have to visit again and again, my hope now is to hold lectures about Sharkonomics and meet interesting people there, and experience the uniqueness of this country.
Stockholm has become known as Europe’s “unicorn factory”…. Innovation is seen as a key ingredient for successful cities in the 21st century economy, as new technologies constantly emerge to disrupt the status quo. The idea of an “innovative city” can cover a broad range of different styles, sectors and outcomes. It can refer to a city where commercial breakthroughs by world-famous multinational companies occur, or where groundbreaking research is carried out by universities and the public sector, or the places where new ideas are created by startups and entrepreneurs. Weforum.org
It’s the Swedish, super entrepreneur Therése Gedda who’s organizing a workshop series with her 30minMBA team.
The Future of Work – How to Design a High-Performing Business Culture Where People Thrive and Increase Workplace Engagement.
Welcome back to the series of podcasts Stay On Top of Your Work. This is Kate and today my guest is Stefan Engeseth. So he’s a bright and interesting persona without whom the world of management would be boring.
Timecamp.com by Kate Kurzawska