For quite some time I have been thinking about how the new hybrid work culture requires a new operating system facilitating getting work done through collaboration and efficiency. I fully realize that there are a plethora of legacy systems for all parts of the journey out there, but on the other hand, I believe the… Continue reading The future work OS
Become (sort of) a journalist
A day doesn't go by without someone deeply questioning the value of higher education. It's the cost, it's the hazzle, it's the time wasted on subjects you never get to use etc. And a day doesn't go by without young people feeling anxious about making the right choices for their education and subsequent careers. Because… Continue reading Become (sort of) a journalist
WFH? Not so fast
A movement is forming around the future of work; saying goodbye to the office in return for unrestricted flexibility to work from wherever whenever and however you might choose. It's the future, damn it! First of all, I will always be very reluctant to base any long term strategy on a short term experience of… Continue reading WFH? Not so fast
The most common problems with strategy is that (a) it can be extremely poorly based on actual insight and data about market and customers and (b) it tends to become antique the moment, you have dotted the last i and crossed the last t in the grand plan. When I recently tought a group of… Continue reading Hypothetical strategy
What is a great tool?
One of the keys to efficiency is to have a great box of tools fit for the task(s) at hand. For the same reason we're constantly working to put the best toolbox at InQvation Studio together. We already have some sharp tools in the box - Trello for overview, Mural for ideation, Lean Stack for… Continue reading What is a great tool?