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Mikael Eriksson Björling

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EdTech Sweden

Konferensen EdTech Sweden hölls i Stockholm Waterfront för några dagar sedan. Jag var där och höll en keynote under rubriken ”The Big Picture”. Jag tillsammans med Denis Hurley (Director of Future Technologies på Pearson) pratade de första 50 minuterna på konferensen. Denis fokus var framtida teknologiers användning i utbildning, tex. virtual eller augumented reality. Min presentation Learning in the Networked Society eller på svenska, lärande i det uppkopplade samhället handlar om IKTs (Information och Kommunikations Teknologiers) generella inverkan på industrier och dess särskilda påverkan på utbildning och lärande. Presentationen hittar du på Slideshare. Mina intryck av konferensen som höll för andra gången i Stockholm var mycket bra! Den var välorganiserad med bra moderatorer, Ulf Skarin och Tommie Cau i de sessioner jag deltog i samt att det var bra kvalitet på talarna i programmet.

cvnatkixeaep5k6Jag (Ericsson), Helena Sjöberg (Microsoft), Marcus Wärn (Spotify) och och moderatorn Tommie Cau under panelen ”Innovation och digitalt i DNAt, organisationer måste tänka om”

Båda bilderna i denna bloggpost har jag lånat från Tommie Caus Twitter konto @TommieCau

Läs mer om framtidens lärande här >>>

 

Central sites or local hubs – reflections on future city offices

As mobile technologies continue to liberate us from specific locations and time restrictions, it becomes less important where, when and how work is done. This ultimately will change how people moving around in cities. Some will work from home,others will go to the office and still others may prefer to sit at a café. Telecommuting and distance working will increase but this does not mean that people will only work from their homes (although some will). We still need a social context to our day and this means that we will want to meet people and get stimulated.

Read the full post at the Networked Society blog >>>

The office is dead – long live the exchange place!

The office space is changing and I don’t thing we understand the impact of that change. It will change how we organize work. I have a new post on the topic at the Networked Society blog >>>

Working life as we know it is changing dramatically

A few days ago I wrote a new post on how working life is changing as we enter the Networked Society and eight areas that we will see more of at work. Read the post at the Networked Society blog >>>

Unga vill ha ett privatliv på jobbet

Intervju med mig i Computer Sweden om ” Unga vill ha ett privatliv på jobbet”

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http://computersweden.idg.se/2.2683/1.506450/unga-vill-ha-ett-privatliv-pa-jobbet

ATEA Boot Camp 2013

BootCamp24 maj var jag och talade på ATEA Boot Camp i Tylösand. Kul och inspirerande!

Här är en intervju med mig på plats i ATEA:s studio.

Mikael Eriksson Björling, expert consumer behavior, Ericsson from Atea Sverige on Vimeo.

Föreläsning på ATEA Boot Camp

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I slutet på maj kommer jag föreläsa på temat “Nätverksamhället – om uppkopplade individer och en förändrad värld” Vilka är trenderna som formar det framväxande nätverkssamhället? Hur kommer företag och organisationer påverkas? Vilka möjligheter erbjuder det nya nätverkssamhället?

The Network is the organization

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wrote earlier about how creative people use tools and resources found on the web to realize their ideas. We call them the Game Changers, and we found out that they organize their work using ten different networked organizational forms (see image).

These ways of organizing work is used within any field of creativity; from fashion startups and charity, to journalism and music creation. If we look at music and the DJ community they have for a long time employed remixing as a way to create music; like in the Jamaican dance hall culture of the late 60s or the disco culture of the 70s. Modern DJ’s are also remixing, borrowing, copying, reusing, interacting, contributing and creating new tunes and beats to create new music.

Read the rest of the article at the Networked Society blog

Change will never be as slow as it is today

On Friday, September 28, Hans Vestberg talked about The Networked Society atSIME London. He spoke about how broadband, mobility and the cloud will become the core infrastructures in which all other activities in society will operate under.

At the moment, basically every industry sector in the world is seeking new opportunities based on this ICT infrastructure, in order to be more efficient and to enhance their business propositions. Today, businesses are changing at a tremendous pace and this speed of change will only continue to increase. In fact, change will never be as slow as it is today.

At the event, Ericsson evangelists, including myself, ran a Networked Society deep dive session that focused on change, in particular on how “commerce and shopping” is changing with digitalization, connected products, big data, 3D printing, user reviews and ratings and so on, all from a 2020 perspective.

We asked people to discuss, in small groups, who they think will be the winners in the commerce value ecosystem in 2020 and to explain why…

Read the full post at The Networked Society blog

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