4 perspectives for 2023

It might be a bit late for 2023 prophecies, since the year has already started. Nevertheless I wanted to share a few thoughts about what interesting things, I think - and to a large extend hope - we will see starting to materialize in the year ahead as part of growing trends, and what the… Continue reading 4 perspectives for 2023

4 personal learnings from 2022

2022 is behind us. As a person always interested in learning from experience, now is the time to look back and reflect a bit on what the past year provided that can be carried forward and hopefully put to good use in 2023 and beyond. There are many ways to do this, and I have… Continue reading 4 personal learnings from 2022

Back in the engine room

One of the things, I have always enjoyed, is getting my hands down in the day-to-day grind of operations; ensuring that the wheels are in motion, running smoothly and any issue is dealt with in a timely manner. I absolutely love oiling the machine here and there, ensuring it spins properly. For that reason I… Continue reading Back in the engine room

Time for reflection

For many of us the summer vacation has already become a memory. We're back from the beach, the mountains or wherever else, we have been spending time taking a much deserved break and getting some distance to work. Personally, I have been back for a few days after spending 3 weeks vacationing with my family,… Continue reading Time for reflection

Reframing “How Might We…”

In my previous agency job I spent quite a lot of time working with the Google Design Sprint methodology, and I even got to a couple of moments of fame, when I both ended up teaching the methodology at the Danish Technological Institut as well as running a sprint for Google themselves. There were -… Continue reading Reframing “How Might We…”

Rest In Peace, IE

It’s been in the cards for ages, but now it’s official: Internet Explorer (IE) will be retired in June 2022. Most people have long since moved on. And for good reason(s). But many businesses still have some legacy tools that for some silly reason loves IE more than anything else. They will now need to… Continue reading Rest In Peace, IE