There is a contentious issue plaguing healthcare — the struggle between consultations with ill informed physicians that lack meaningful substance and the stifling red tape preventing digital health apps from fulfilling their potential in patient empowerment treatment. In a sector that needs a ton of more good, it is basically like studying the worst of… Continue reading Meaningless consultations and red tape
Working at startup takes it toll. Ambitions are running high, ressources are always stretched, a lot of processes are not in place, and getting the right talent to join the mission is super hard. There is absolutely every reason for why days and weeks can feel like an almost eternal struggle. But that's just the… Continue reading Affecting change hurts
It sounds stupid, right? That there can be anything of excellence in failing. Because failure is just that, right? Failure. But look at it this way: If you don’t fail in anything, you don’t try anything. You never follow your curiosity to explore new things and new ways of doing new things. Having said that… Continue reading Excellence in failure
The Danish Management Society's new focus on "Digital Reshaping" - whatever that wording means - made me think; Whenever somebody talks about the need to 'digitalize' products or processes in an old industry company, you as a digital expert should be quite alert. Perhaps even worried. Because what does the phrase really mean? I will… Continue reading The dangers of ‘digitalization’
When you try to affect change and solve a problem in a new way, you need them to be ready to give up how they have done things in the past. Or get them interested in forming a new habit. For some things it's easier than with others. If you're just presenting a more efficient… Continue reading Igniting change
Not at all. It is just not something we talk about in the same way as we did only a few months ago. Disruption has moved from the rostrums, talks, columns and what have you and from people who basically have little idea about what the notion means to the lab, the office, the daily… Continue reading Is disruption dead?