Program Future Insight 2030
08:30 – Opening
08:39 – Prime minister Erna Solberg
08:40 – Future of mobility
The world of mobility is a typical industry that is undergoing full disruption. And just like any industry that is faced with digitization, the changes are too fast for many traditional players to adapt in time. Yet, with all the unpredictability that is inherent in these disruptions, there are a number of fixed rules that can be used to prepare optimally.
Carlo van de Weijer speaks from his long experience in the high-tech and automotive industry about the changing world of transport and logistics, but with clear links to other industries.
– Carlo van de Weijer, Singularity University
09:00 – Bold ambitions to breakthrough value
Continuous disruption in the marketplace is changing the way organisations do business, thus organisations are being driven to undertake BIGGER, Bolder and more Sophisticated transformations than ever before. Business Transformation is achieving breakthrough value by making and aligning fundamental changes to a company’s business model. Business transformations often fail or do not deliver expected value, hence there are important lessons to be learned.
– Anne Cathrin Haueng, Director, Deloitte
09:09 – Disrupt the dinosaurs – How to save or kill a large enterprise
There are millions of hypersmart and superfast entrepreneurs trying to disrupt the business models of almost every major enterprise in the world. The last 3 years I met hundreds myself and it made me leave my top executive position. They made me totally reevaluate my view on the future competitive landscape. The ones who succeed seem to have a few things in common. The way they create insights, the way they eliminate assumptions, the way they plan and the way they perform their daily work. Most of them have a common vision. They want to disrupt the dinosaurs.
– Johan Sköld, Serial Entrepreneur & Head of Growth, Chalmers Ventures
09:24 – Viewpoints
– Steffen Syvertsen, Agder Energi med Victoria Fearnley Enfo
09:33 – The Future of Executive Decision Making.
Jorn Lyseggen describes the valuable and underutilized insights that can be found in the information that companies and people leave behind on the internet – so-called online breadcrumbs. He shows that these can be used to track Porter’s 5 forces and create powerful intelligence that greatly benefits decision makers in marketing, product development, executives, board members, and investors.
– Jørn Lyseggen, Founder & CEO, Meltwater
09:48 – Innovation myth busters
Aker BioMarine started as a wild idea 12 years ago. We believed we could have success where others have failed, we believed we could build knowledge in areas where competence didn’t exist, and we believed we could build a business where a market wasn’t developed. Today Aker BioMarine is a successful Norwegian biotech company with 350 employees and more than a billion in sales globally.
– Matts Johansen, CEO, Aker BioMarine
09:55 – 10:15 BREAK
10:17 – Future Leadership –where are we heading?
We speak so easily these days of systems — systems thinking, change, connectivity, networks. In my experience we don’t yet know how to act or think about this new interconnected world of systems which are predicted to „hit“ us even harder with the fourth industrial revolution. Yet we have learned to think and manage a world of separations and clear boundaries: boxes described jobs, lines charted relationships and accountabilities. Conscious leadership is a future that works for all by putting people first, empowering them and constantly reminding ourselves that all of these new technologies are first and foremost tools made by people for people.
– Alfred Tolle, Founder, Wisdom together
10:32 – Trust is a must
In this presentation, Tom Georg will talk about trust and employee-centric leadership philosophies like servant leadership and trust-based leadership. He will also present Beyond Budgeting principles and finally show why trust is a must for innovation. In his talk, Tom Georg will use examples from different companies, but mainly from Miles, a company that he co-founded in 2005.
– Tom Georg Olsen, Servant Leader, Miles
10:32 – Future Insight – Future Learning: How digital media are reshaping education and work life
The panel debate led by Oddgeir Tveiten and June Breivik, will focus on current trends and perspectives on how technology now enforce a new era for life-long learning. Companies, organizations in the public sector, policymakers and institutions of education are challenged to revisit old models simply because artificial intelligence, big data, and decentralizing knowledge networks create new means and opportunities. These are contemporary discussions internationally and we want to focus on how such trends now pose challenges in Norway and future learning here.
– Karl Mehta CEO, EdCAST and Keith Devlin, Professor, Stanford
– Panel led by June Breivik, Kulturtanken and Oddgeir Tveiten, Future Learning Lab
11:08 – The future of investing
EBAN is the pan-European representative for the early stage investor gathering over 150 member organizations more than 50 countries today. Established in 1999 by a group of pioneer angel networks in Europe with the collaboration of the European Commission and EURADA, EBAN represents a sector estimated to invest 7.5 billion Euros a year and playing a vital role in Europe’s future, notably in the funding of SMEs. EBAN fuels Europe’s growth through the creation of wealth and jobs.
– Candace Johnson, president, EBAN
11:20 – Viewpoints
– Rikke Høvding, Adm. dir, NVCA
11:27 – What does Nordic Digital DNA look like and how can you futureproof your Technology Capabilities accordingly
In his contribution to the Oslo Future Insight 2030 conference, Hans van Grieken will reveal how well-developed Nordic Digital DNA is in comparison to the rest of Europe and other big global economies. Based on pattern recognition using an MIT Sloan dataset containing survey results from 2500 companies across the world, his research identified 4 different archetypes in responses companies take to digital challenges and opportunity. In the second part of his contribution, Hans will zoom in on the Digital ERA Technology Operating Models of the future and how 9 big shifts currently change the way in which companies do test, scale or fail and deploy at large scale new Business Relevant Digital Technologies.
– Hans van Grieken, Technology Research & Insights Leader, Deloitte
11:42 – Towards the new platform economy
Technology companies such as Google, Amazon and Alibaba have fully understood the power of platform-based business models and strategies. How can business leaders in all industries learn to utilize the platforms to create business value and growth, and what is the future of the platform revolution?
– Arne Mjøs, founder and CEO, Itera
11:51 – New combinations, new innovations!
In his presentation, Paul Iske will talk about the importance of innovation in eco-systems. How can new combinations lead to new opportunities and how do we create the right environment for collaboration and innovation? Paul will introduce the Institute of Brilliant Failures to stress the importance of (joint) experiments and the need to accept risk and learn from experiences with projects that didn’t produce the results people were aiming for.
– Paul Iske, Professor, University Maastricht
12:03 – Closure
– Truls Berg