Digital health care: what´s next?

There are already more new digital solutions, and startups, and changes, to care about if you are interested the health care industry than there are days left in your life. But this particular solution I suggest you to care about a bit more than others. And it is simply because it is very low-tech. Here is why, and how, you should care.

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Wittgenstein understood remote work, way before us

Of what kind is disruption of work and the mere idea of skipping having an office? Not the least: are there any useful advises on how, now, to cope with it? Well, advises are simple to find. But how good are they, actually? Here is “the best advise on these advises” you ever can find, at least so far.

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Why Playing It well matter

Here is a link to a pod-discussion about my book Play It well I think you might find useful. I myself at least found the discussion the ones of us had in it very interesting. Not the least I found it interesting when we, a bit into it, started to talk about the point in “metaphors” and “story telling” in order to understand digital disruption. Continue reading “Why Playing It well matter”

Networks and friends up, admin-support and middle management down

Imagine I gave you the power of, let´s say a moon-lander. What would you be able to deliver? Quite a lot actually, not the least if you knew how to handle such kind of machine. How far could you then leverage yourself? All the way up to the moon, perhaps? Well, it depends on how you have acted, so far, and how you will act further on. And here is how I suggest you to act, if you want to end up in…well, why not go for Mars instead of the moon?

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How to make online-education gazillion times more social, interactive and live than off-line-education ever can be

The typical situation for learning is not thousands of participants – MOOC´s. It is smaller groups, 30-100. Still, imagine you cannot meet physically, Corona-times could be one reason. Then here is what you can do. And please note; it can become way better in doing exactly everything that off-line-education is claimed to be great at. Continue reading “How to make online-education gazillion times more social, interactive and live than off-line-education ever can be”

Here is how to find the next Harvard Business School

Plato founded his Academy already 387 BC. NASA, and YouTube, is younger. But what happened between Plato and Bologna, the oldest university in Europe, founded 1088, is something we rarely think about. Still, it tells something important about e-learning, as well as where competition will come from fairly soon. Just add Greenwich Village, and scale.

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Zoom 2.0 just arrived, but 3.0 will be heavily different

What´s the end-game in the ”Zoom-business”? It´s not Zoom. Not Microsoft Teams. Not Google Meet. It is not even Cisco Webex. They all are just wrong. So, stop thinking about all these solutions. Here is what to put the eyeballs on instead. And what will happen the upcoming years with this business.

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Do Accenture, McKinsey and BCG know how to apply on themselves what they actually preach to their customers?

We are living in a time when these management consultancy firms preach towards their customers: “Change, radically, because if you don´t, there is going to be trouble on the horizon. Digital power is strong and you desperately need to care. Yesterdays winners can be the losers of tomorrow”. And gosh, they are so right. But are they capable of swallowing their own medicine?

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Where did the rabbit and Australia come from?

The basic idea is developed by my collegue Martin Vendel. It has been developed during a period in time when he and I did a lot of executive training in this field. We needed something to hook it all up on so to speak, and gradually he did stumble on it – and then we have developed it further. We have then used it in practical situations with lot of managers, and different industries, involved – and it do seem to fulfill its purpose.

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