Bite into this: Sharkonomics’ Top 10 digital tips

Published by on maj 19, 2017

Gleaned from a current Sharkonomics lecture series, here are Stefans’s top 10 tips on how to swim faster into the future.  

Best received was point nr. 7!

1. What and who is in the water?
2. Take many small bites. What tastes best?
3. Increase your digital skills.
4. Employ people outside your industry.
5. Create a corporate culture that is curious about change.
6. Do not deny risk. No one is invulnerable.
7. Stay hungry and never be satisfied.
8. Attitude is more important than technology.
9. Bite into and embrace the future.
10. Dare to fail!

Which of these are most important to you?

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Flow is expanding time

Published by on maj 17, 2017

Flow is expanding time.
Prof. Mihály Csíkszentmihály

This is not a qoate it’s my interpretation of his great speech at Karolinska.

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Conservatism’s usefulness in the construction and real estate industry

Published by on maj 11, 2017

Conservatism’s usefulness in the construction and real estate industry.
Press clip / chronicle in Byggvärlden / Construction world by Stefan Engeseth (Google translate).

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Homo sapiens acceptance is the biggest challenge for robotics

Published by on maj 8, 2017

Homo sapiens acceptance is the biggest challenge for robotics.

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Construction workers challenge the IT sharks

Published by on maj 5, 2017

On an recent Sharkonomics lecture for construction workers / Byggcheferna I shared the strategies to challenge IT sharks.

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A tribe is an insurance policy for survival

Published by on maj 2, 2017

A tribe is an insurance policy for survival.

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Video: Why don’t you become your hero? Marshall Goldsmith

Published by on april 29, 2017

Video: Why don’t you become your hero? Marshall Goldsmith. Checkout the great project 100 Coaches.

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Top 10 most popular posts – Updated: 25 April 2017

Published by on april 25, 2017

1. We can not make things up just because there happens to be a hype about something, it is always the customer value that is guiding us

2. Survivalism, the practice of preparing for a crackup of civilization

3. Sharkonomics makes its début in Vietnam

4. Sharkonomics lecture for the construction industry: ‘How to become an IT shark!’

5. At first the Earth was totally flat, then round and now it’s completely upside down

6. What if smartphones got smarter when we move?

7. Digital sharks will attack: the eight-trillion-dollar construction industry

8. An idea that can increse US tourism with 30-50%

9. AppleCurrency with Steve Jobs on the coin

10. Cool #innovation: Solar panel windows

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Sharkonomics lecture for the construction industry: ‘How to become an IT shark!’

Published by on april 20, 2017

I am presenting a Sharkonomics lecture to the construction industry: ‘How to become an IT shark today!’ at Byggcheferna (Google translate).

Companies attending include Skanska, NCC and JM.

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Newyorker.com: Survivalism, the practice of preparing for a crackup of civilization

Published by on april 16, 2017

Survivalism, the practice of preparing for a crackup of civilization…. Some of the wealthiest people in America—in Silicon Valley, New York, and beyond—are getting ready for the crackup of civilization.
Article: Doomsday Prep for the Super-Rich, By Evan Osnos in New Yorker (January 30, 2017)

Thanks for great article Evan’s, I think fear is driving survivalism and social media is fueling its engine up real fast.

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