A couple of weeks ago I published a new blogpost at Ericsson.com about the future workplace and how Kista is changing. I’ve been at Ericsson for 20 years this year, spending almost as many of them in Kista Science City, which is one of the five largest information technology clusters in the world and also the... Continue Reading →
Future Summit i Norrköping
Jag har rest runt och pratat på många konferenser, både stora och små runt om i världen. En av det roligaste och trevligaste jag varit på är Future Summit i Norrköping tidigare i höst. Vi talare fick tid att umgås och träffas redan dagen innan själva konferensen, där vi fick vara med om en resa... Continue Reading →
Are we shaping smartphones or are they shaping us?
In my last post, I wrote about two-way flexibility – about people trying to understand the new norms and rules in the changing landscape of work and leisure. In this post, I want to continue that discussion further and look into what issues arise as the private and personal spheres merge. In his book from 1963,... Continue Reading →
When are you out-of-office?
Right now I am sitting at the co-working space, Impact Hub in downtown Seattle preparing for a workshop I will lead tomorrow. I could of course have stayed in my hotel room but I prefer to get a flavor of the local entrepreneurial scene and be a bit social as well (beyond the borders of my computer).... Continue Reading →
It’s working life, Jim, but not as we know it
I have been writing recently about the changes happening in working life and the challenges that both employers and employees will face going forward into the Networked Society. Today’s cultural changes and technological progress are transforming working life as we know it, creating a business landscape that is dynamic and changing. The new business landscape... Continue Reading →
What is defining next-generation working life?
Recently, Tonny Uhlin and I went into the studio to record the first episode of the “Next-generation Working Life” podcast. During this first episode, we talk about the big and small changes we see coming to our work places as we journey deeper into the Networked Society and how these will impact our working life... Continue Reading →
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... Continue Reading →
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 >>> https://videopress.com/v/aMSgZKZu?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true
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 >>>
SIME Stockholm HR Summit, Open Innovation och Mobile Future
Den senaste tiden har det varit presentationer och mediaövningar i Moskva och Stockholm kring Networked Society och hur arbetslivet förändras. Open Innovation - Moscow 1/11 paneldiskussion om "Smart devices and portable gadgets: How the Internet of things is changing the world" med en riktigt bra sammansättning i panelen: Ralph Simon modererade och vi som samtalade var Qaizar Hassonjee,... Continue Reading →