Creativity in a shifting landscape - How to keep innovation flowing in home offices
From one day to another, offices all over the world relocated to kitchen tables and living rooms. What used to be created in social teams suddenly transferred into virtual. How do we spark creativity when colleagues and meeting rooms become digitized and distanced? What happens with industries and organizations in rapid change due to higher demand on digital solutions and entertainment?
Join us in this event where we dive into the concept of creativity together! With:
Ebba Ljungerud, CEO at Paradox Interactive
Magnus Thure Nilsson, CEO at Media Evolution
Calle Rosengren, Associate Professor of Work Environment Technology at Lund University.
Kristin Heinonen, moderator and digital transformation specialist.
About the webinar
When: Thursday 19 November 13:30-14:30 (CET). The full event is now available on Youtube.
Where: Open event on Youtube.
Questions: Email questions to the speakers to firstname.lastname@example.org or through the chat during the event (you need a Google account to chat).
Meet the panelists
Ebba Ljungerud has an extensive professional history in consumer-focused industries including media, insurance, e-commerce, and interactive entertainment. She is also an alumna from Lund University School of Economics and Management and has guided multiple businesses through vital phases of growth and expansion during her career. At Paradox, she oversees a growing company of over 500 employees across nine studios, with a portfolio of over 100 titles published on PC, console, and mobile platforms.
Magnus Thure Nilsson is co-founder and CEO of Media Evolution, Media Evolution City and The conference, all based in a non-profit members organization that brings together the innovative tech agencies, the creatives, the big corps, the makers, the academy, the strategists and the municipalities - all of which share the reality of the digital transformation. The overall mission is to foster sustainable development and innovation in the digital/creative industries by offering platforms with plenty of formats for sharing ideas, develop competencies for innovation processes.
Calle Rosengren’s research is based on how digitalization affects work environment and working conditions. Currently, Calle is working on a research project about Telework in the Era of COVID-19. In June, he published the article "Work environment of the future - trends, digitalization and employment forms", which he and his colleagues carried out on behalf of the Swedish Agency for Work Environment Knowledge. Previously, Calle has worked as Visiting Scholar at the Scandinavian Consortium for Organizational Research (SCANCOR), Stanford University. You can read more about his research on his blog skadugahemredan.se
Kristin Heinonen is an experienced digital strategist who works with different organizations, creating new business opportunities in a digital landscape and facilitate innovation processes. She has a solid understanding of digital transformation and experience in coaching teams to ideate and execute new digital solutions.