Why is "collective intelligence" the key to succeed with a turnaround?
We have all seen it; all the traditional objective puzzle pieces seem to be in place for a successful turnaround: sufficient capital, committed owners and management, support from the financiers and a well thought through communication plan...
And still the turnaround fails.
TMA Sweden arranges an interesting discussion which will focus on how to build and leverage every company's key asset – its employees intelligence, insights and drive.
How do you, in a turnaround situation, and under pressure make – a probably already tired organization – more efficient and effective? How do successful companies build on collective intelligence to drive new behaviours and reach desired goals.
Research and a practical case studie (Connecta) is discussed by Dr Philip Runsten from Stockholm School of Economics (Handelshögskolan) with Johan WIeslander and Viggo Bülow from Influence AB together with the audience.
Note: The panel debate will be conducted in Swedish.
Time: Thursday, October 12, 2017. 18h00-19h30
Debate starts at 18h00. Light snacks and drinks will be served after debate and provide mingle opportunities.
Location: Helio (konferens), Hitech Building, Sveavägen 9, Stockholm
Cost: As ususal TMA Sweden events are free for its members. Guests are welcome and will be charged a fee of SEK 300 at the door.
Day chair: Annika Muskantor, Interim CFO and board director of TMA (see details in link)
Philip Runsten holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration and is a visiting researcher at the Stockholm School of Economics Institute for Research (SIR). He is the co-author of the book Knowledge Integration – On Collective Intelligence in Organizations (Swedish: Kunskapsintegration – om kollektiv intelligens i organisationer).
Philip has been the cofounder of a number of IT- and Management Consulting companies (e.g., Influence), where he spends part of his time when not doing research on organizational development.
Johan is a Management Consultant and Venture Capitalist. He is the Managing Director of Influence AB and has long experience as founder and entrepreneur as a driving force with top management positions in companies such as e.g., Deseven, Connecta and Anderson Consulting, alongside several Board Positions
Viggo has more than 20 years’ experience as Management Consultant, and has held top management positions in e.g., Connecta. Viggo is one of the Co-Founders and driving forces behind Influence AB.