Video: The digitized and distributed workplace?

On April 2, Swedsoft organized a digital panel discussion on the theme "The digitized and distributed workplace?". The discussion is now available (in Swedish) for anyone interested to listen to afterwards.

This is a summary of the Swedish article.

The digital panel discussion was about how the Corona crisis threw us into a large-scale experiment when many people overnight stopped going to their offices and started working at home. During the seminar the participants gave their thoughts on how to work efficiently together. How do we create team spirit, even when we cannot meet physically, and how should you as a leader think in these situations were two of the questions discussed by the panel.

A recording of the discussion is now available on our Youtube channel. Don’t forget to register to our newsletter and event invitations so that you receive information about upcoming seminars.

 

The panel consisted of:

  • Joakim Wernberg, Research Director, Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum
  • Maria Stranne, Global manager Product Development SW & Apps, SKF
  • Niklas Lindhardt, Co-creator & founder, ExpandingLeadership
  • Patric Palm, serial entrepreneur and investor, VD Favro

Moderator: Aurore Belfrage, tech entrepreneur, geopolitical adviser and investor


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