Reflections & insights
As a nerdy 12-year-old, my favourite book was the Book of Heroic Failures by Stephen Pile, a chronicle of human inadequacy in all its glory. The highlight of this book for me was the tale of Pedro Carolina, a man who endeavoured to develop a Portuguese-English
How is it that the thing that is meant to enlighten us can actually keep us in the dark? Computer systems and advanced analytics is supposed to give us deeper insight beyond today’s business – but is that really happening?
We are constantly improving technology performance and we are getting better and better of utilizing the potential of the technology. With IoT, Internet of Things, we will have the capability of generating information from all sorts of technical components, but the question is…
The architect’s two most important tools are: the eraser in the drafting room and the wrecking bar on the site, the American architect and interior designer Frank Lloyd Wright said.
In these times of struggle. Hit by a global pandemic, we realize our systems are imperfect.
I just received a YouTube link from my colleague Christian with a nice and short campaign movie about digital twins and all the great benefits they imply
Being a child of the 70’s, I may be just ever so slightly infused with postmodernism. Yet when striving for growth and learning it helps to be able to question the dogmatic views that surround us, not least within management theory and practice.
Sometimes strategy and business development work require a bit of external input. That’s why everyone has consultants around every now and then, to broaden the experience base and specialist insights from different businesses. But why do you so easily trust external