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The trusted Santa – a background check

”Deep in the grip of the midwinter cold The stars glitter and sparkle. All are asleep on this lonely farm, Deep in the winter night. The pale white moon is a wanderer, snow gleams white on pine and fir, snow gleams white on the roofs. Only Tomten is awake.” (3) As humans we need stories, to make sense of

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#ThisLittleGirlIsMe

#ThisLittleGirlIsMe This little girl grew up in the south of Sweden in Smaland (Ikea-land..), with dentist father and nurse mother, and an always envie of two year older sister. When the sister started school her life got so empty, she begged her mother to let her start school a year

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Accelerating boards climate and sustainability transition

A major effort during the spring of 2021 was done when we established a new board forum – Boards Impact Forum – the Nordic Chapter of Climate Governance Initiative in collaboration with World Economic Forum.  The purpose of the forum is to engage board directors in Nordics and internationally, to

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Five trends guiding your direction for 2021

Direction for 2021 requires innovation in sustainability and learning to live with uncertainty The year gone by has provided us with unprecedented change, with the pandemic changing our lives, societies  and businesses all around the world. And there will surely continue to be bumps in the road also this year. “If uncertainty is unacceptable to

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Just in Time – Never enough, from different perspectives

”What then, is time? If no one asks me, I know. If I wish to explain it to someone who asks, I know it not.”St. Augustine, Confessions, Book II, Sec. 14. So many interesting reflections on time to consider. Now we are in Daylight Saving Time, DST, time of the year,

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Renewal for sustainable business, how and for whom?

Recent research shows that 86% of people want a more equitable and sustainable world after the pandemic. Companies find themself in need to jump forward two to five years in their digitalization journey following the Covid-19 pandemic and balance the sustainability challenges faced due to climate change. On the 30th

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A new book gives concrete AI insight support to boards

A new book gives concrete AI insight support to boards TEXT: INGRID KINDAHL | ILLUSTRATION: RONJA MELIN Article Originally appeared in The Swedish Academy of Board Directors Members Magazine “Professional Board Work” Nr 3 2020 (Professionellt Styrelsearbete) AI will make humanity more intelligent. But it will require a significant effort and competence

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Board work needs to adapt to new realities

“Corporate Governance needs to be revisited and adapt to new realities, as stakeholder inclusion and sustainability” – Turid Solvang, CEO FutureBoards Turid Solvang, the CEO of FutureBoards is focused on rethinking corporate governance for the new era. We were fortunate to interview Turid Solvang  about her perspectives. Turid is the CEO of FutureBoards, a corporate governance

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How to get the board to think ahead

On the 9th of September, the Digoshen network ran a Live Exchange with a group of international board directors, and business executivves with board roles, on the topic “How to get the board to think ahead“. The event was facilitated by the Digoshen team. We were fortunate to have Fennemiek Gommer, one

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It’s time to write the stories of the future

We have been thrown into an uncertain reality with the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences. We have been trying to cope with readjusting our businesses, organizations and lives. We now need to help ourselves and our businesses to spend some time gazing through the fog and do some foresight. How

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