Hi & Welcome!
I help ambitious organizations create better ways to do things.
I'm pretty experienced in organizing and leading innovative projects, that are collaborative and sometimes spanning several organizations.
I've done this for 30 years, working with ambitious organizations like Volvo, IKEA, Microsoft, the cities of London, Stockholm, even the relocation of entire cities: Kiruna & Malmberget. But also smaller organizations or startups.
Many times the first thing is to help sketch a project, because most of my clients have some idea about what they want to do, but need help making this happen.
What can I do for you?
Many of my clients are thinking about the way technology and peoples expectations changes, and how their organizations can improve from this. That is an excellent starting point! Drop me a mail and let's talk.
I give keynote speeches. Topics include innovation, digitalization, urban development and relocation of cities. Especially if you who want to hear someone who's done a lot of things.
Education and management training is the third thing I regularly do. Again, having a trainer who has large experience from major efforts, makes a big difference.
The thing about me is that I've done a ton of really cool projects.
For instance; introducing AI in car engine design at Volvo, Helped create IKEA's first digital sales tools, Digitized the entire flow of pharmaceutical information in Sweden, Designed the worlds first complete Internet bank for SEB, Developed collaborative innovation tools for Microsoft, Lead the relocation of an entire mining city, Malmberget, using massive citizen dialogue and an innovative approach to urban planning, Advised LKAB on the relocation of Kiruna town, Created a regional innovation system for Västerbotten, Lead several industry spanning innovation consortium, Helped the Nordic Council of ministers to create the first Nordic-Baltic joint research programme, Invented a new type of strategic planning tool for ABB, Creating a new, digital process for the construction industry, with major players in the industry and support from the government. And a few other.
The reason is that I know how to organize and lead innovative projects. (These are different than traditional, production oriented projects.) And that I actually love to take on challenges, half-baked ideas or messy situations and help turn that into tangible, useful and sometimes spectacular results. Over the years I have put together a tool box with methods, process and models that are really helpful. This toolbox is based on research from my perpetual doctoral candidacy.
When asked, I give keynote speeches on innovation, technology and the future digital, urban and mobile world. I also do management training and education.
Many of my clients are thinking about the way technology and people's expectations changes, and how their organizations can improve from this. That is an excellent starting point!
Drop me a mail and let's talk!