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Old ways, won’t open new doors in new ways

Published by on maj 16, 2019

Old ways, won’t open new doors in new ways.
Ken Hughes. Quote with permission from speech at Marknadscheferna: Live, 15 May 2019 Stockholm, Sweden.

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Genetic differences are the drivers of innovation and evolution

Published by on maj 13, 2019

Genetic differences are the drivers of innovation and evolution.

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How technology can solve overconsumption and save the planet

Published by on maj 6, 2019

We are totally overconsumimg earths resources, its not a sustainable situation for our ecosystem. A change is needed fast, yet our economic system is constantly in conflict of interest (the world revolves around money).

Climate breakdown is coming.
TheGuardian.com

We DON’T need to rewire ourselves to fix it
These are not a new situations, yet what is new, is that we can actually solve them with modern technology.
Human-kind likes to resolve the issue, yet we’re not willing to change our need of consumption; we sort of hide the problem in a shopping bag.
We tend to think that shopping is what makes the world go ‘round (and its partly true, yet it is also what is destroying it).
It will take us forever to change our mentally wired software.
Using drones to buy and deliver more products, are not sustainable solutions for the earth.

Objects will own themselves in the near tech-future
Instead of changing us, we could update our shopping behavior with modern technologies.
The Tech-revolution is not new, but what is new, is that the power of the innovation is so massive! (Instead of talking about “big data” we could talk about “big changes”).
With upcoming tech solutions such as 5G, AI, Bitcoin and Blockchain, we can rewire consumption.

The challenge is to fix capitalism by encouraging innovation in the technologies that can deliver a liveable world.
NyTimes.com

When IOT is in everything we buy, we do not need to own things anymore. Instead every object/product could own it self, and we’d just consume it by charging it. We could have it in our homes, but at the same time it will be shared, and be used by others (If they’d like to buy it for a time).

From ownership to open-consumption
Right now, there is a delivering system developed where the package is actually talking with IOT, where it is, and how the package to be delivered.
But why stop there? Our “things” in life could be on its way to be shared with others forever! Then the whole world could share the same objects/products again and again. This is what Ebay and other E-commerce firms are feeding on.

Why over-consumption is making us unhappy.
PsychologyToday.com

From open-source into a world of open-consumption
If we all where ONE with everything, could technology itself be the solution? Open-source, where we share codes and information, could be used to develop an open-consumption.
Today’s solution is old behavior, that locks us in screens.
With a modern solution, products will talk to each other, and we be free to live without putting our lives, and the planet in a shopping bag.

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Today we think too much about technology. We should live it instead!

Published by on april 25, 2019

Today we think too much about technology. We should live it instead!

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Thank you Stefan for an amazing workshop on the importance of knowing how to attack, and or defend with Sharkonomics. Extremely relevant these days when all companies needs to transform to adopt to new consumer behaviour

Published by on april 15, 2019

Thank you Stefan for an amazing workshop on the importance of knowing how to attack, and or defend with Sharkonomics. Extremely relevant these days when all companies needs to transform to adopt to new consumer behaviour.
Hanna Riberdahl, CEO, The Association of Swedish Advertisers

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Many of the old organizations will die soon (if they haven’t died already)

Published by on april 11, 2019

Many of the old organizations will die soon (if they haven’t died already).
Amir Sasson, Provost, Professor & Vice President, BI Norwegian Business School.

Quote with permission from speech at Oslo Big Data Day, 19/3/2019.

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Talerlisten in Norway are now representing Sharkonomics

Published by on april 9, 2019

My last lecture in Norway received an amazing response.

It feels as if Norway is ready to be more aggressive, and swim in global waters like never before.
Therefore I am excited to be one of the speakers at Talerlisten, the No 1 speaker agency in Norway.
(They are innovative and aggressive online – a good match for my Shark topics)

 

Talerlisten have many great speakers, check them out! I look forward for my next bite in Norway (on stage).

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Chew on market shares with Sharkonomics at The Association of Swedish Advertisers

Published by on april 4, 2019

It is an honor to be lecturing for the The Association of Swedish Advertisers – (it is sold out and it’s perfect timing that my lecture is being held lunch time.)
The audience will be full of market directors ready to chew on market shares with Sharkonomics.

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In the music business is Sharkonomics an effective tool to adapt and evolve, due to new technological and digital advances

Published by on april 2, 2019

In the music business is Sharkonomics an effective tool to adapt and evolve, due to new technological and digital advances.
Terence Q. Dudley, President, Quentin Entertainment Inc

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From Apple Special Event into Steve Jobs+ (?)

Published by on mars 29, 2019

Finally… at the 2019 Apple Special Event they are picking up speed and moving their innovation forward. Not in hardware, yet in services at payment, cards, news, games, tv etc with an extra + for those willing to pay for added value. This move is Apple’s attack on profitable solutions, such as Netflix and others, who are successful in the Apple app store. They are practically making service solutions that are turning billions of their screens into a global supermarket (shopping starts at Apple). It is a smart move in the short run, but it can be copied. What can not be copied is the DNA of Steve Jobs, it would be a more unique move to do a series of Steve Jobs hardware products, with respect of the legend. Myself and others do actually buy old models, because they still have the DNA of Steve Jobs.  (In other words, a real Apple product). Emotions are harder to copy than a services. Do not think they will call it Steve Jobs+ but that is what it is, and what I and other fans want.

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