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  • Anastassia Lauterbach, Board Director

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    Anastassia Lauterbach, Board Director of Dun & Bradstreet since 2013 and is the Chairwoman of their Technology & Innovation Committee and also serves as Board Director at Wirecard AG. She works on several boards, runs a boutique advisory company around Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Cybersecurity and she invests in tech ventures. Anastassia is […]

  • Leif Fågelstedt, Communication and Strategy Consultant

    How to boost employee engagement - tips from Leif Fågelstedt

    Leif Fågelstedt is a business and marketing support acts as an Advisor to established companies and start-ups who want to achieve their targets, differentiate themselves from the competition and leverage the opportunities that a digital transformation can generate. Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or discover more on the blog.

  • Helen Pitcher at INSEAD Directors Network.

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    Helen Pitcher, OBE, is an experienced Board member, Chairman, Board facilitator and Coach with experience from both corporate operational roles, board roles and as an advisor at Advanced Boardroom Excellence and President at INSEAD Directors Network. Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or discover more on the blog.

  • Bob Johansen at Institute For The Future,

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    Bob is a Distiguished Fellow, an experienced research and foresight advisor to many large organisations and an author and co-author of ten books. Bob predicts that leadership will not only need to change from current hierachical to decentralized, but also to distributed leadership practices. Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or discover more on the blog.

  • Fennemiek Gommer and Anne Mieke Eggenkamp at Caracta

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    Fennemiek Gommer and Anne Mieke Eggenkamp are both partners of Caracta, a consulting firm based in the Netherlands, working to help leaders use Design Thinking Principles as a strategy to succeed in business. In short, this means that they support leaders and companies in using their creative potential more fully to solve complex problems. Listen […]

  • Hakan Osterberg, Change Executive

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    Håkan Österberg is an experienced change executive, with broad experience from international companies such as Ericsson, and is now a sought after advisor and digital board director. Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or discover more on the blog.

  • Lena Danielsson at The Absolut Company

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    Lena is the Director of Innovation and New Ventures at The Absolut Company. Lena is passionate about innovation opportunities and believes innovation of future opportunities needs to be identified, fenced, nurtured and monitored with different management and measurements than the traditional business operations. Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or discover more on the blog.

  • Denise Koopmans, Non Executive Board Leader

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    Denise is a non-executive board director at several companies. Denise believes diversity, understanding of digital business transformation and change, as well as continued monitoring of strategy and competition are critical areas for corporate boards going forward. Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or discover more on the blog.

  • Mark Dennis at Sony Music Sweden

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    Mark is the CEO of Sony Music Sweden and believes passionate leadership and diversity is the key to the future. Listen on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or discover more on the blog.

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