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Digitalization’s new toolbox, together with the pace of changes that organizations must adapt to, impose great demands on a renewal of the company’s culture. The ability to cultivate a new, strong culture – the inner force for openness and agility – might be the most urgent challenge for organizations of today. An updated culture is vital to cope with organizational transformation, to attract new talents, and to create agile, efficient work flows in our digitized world. How do you do it? A co-hosted seminar by Cognizant and Stockholm School of Economics.
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Euan Davis walked through a blueprint for the modern firm in his prentation—these are the levers that can be pulled to shape a culture fit for the modern age and enable people to thrive. Read more in his report The Culture Cure for Digital.
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Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Organization, House of Innovation, Stockholm School of Economics
Frida Pemer is a leading authority within professional services and digitalization and leads a research project on digitalization of expertise in incumbent firms and start-ups. Frida has a demonstrated history of working with organizational change and educates future and current leaders in digital transformation and digital leadership.
VP Center for the Future of Work
Euan has guided many Fortune 500 firms into the dynamics surrounding business, technology and sourcing with his thought-provoking research and advisory skills. At Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work, Euan examines how work is changing in response to the emergency of new technologies, new business practices and new workers.
Head of Business Innovation, Sandvik Materials Technology
Lars is responsible for business innovation at Sandvik Materials Technology and has experience from a variety of leading roles within purchasing, business development, and consulting at companies like Andersen Consulting, Pfizer/Pharmacia and Sandvik. Lars focuses on areas such as growth strategies, innovation, change management and leadership.
Head of SEB Singular
With a background in international corporate finance, Jan has held various leading positions at companies like Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Handelsbanken and Doughty Hanson Private Equity. He also ran the Swedish government’s privatization program in 1992–94. He now leads SEB Singular, a corporate finance advisory unit focused on the digital ecosystem.