Bottom Up

  Early in my career, as an engineer at Gambro (a Swedish medtech company), I was taught a simple method for expressing the core of the benefits of an offering to a client. The method[…]

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Attracting talent: One of the Three Key Issues

  Today, there are three questions that all boards and management must ask themselves. They are: In what business are we? Who are our new competitors? How can we attract and retain talent? I have[…]

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New competitors — one of three key questions

  There are currently three questions that all corporate boards and managements have to ask themselves: In what business are we? Who are our new competitors? How can we attract and retain talented people? In[…]

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What business—one of the three key questions

Currently, there are three key questions that all boards of directors and management teams must ask themselves: In what business are we? Who are our new competitors? How can we attract and retain young talent?[…]

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C-suite

The C-suite consists of three letter abbreviations starting with the letter “C”. The C-suit originally derive from the USA and indicates the authority and position in a business of its top managers. In addition to[…]

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When does venture capitalists create value

The business model of Venture Capital (VC) and Private Equity (PE) is to invest in non-listed companies and after five to seven years sell the shares and realize captured value. Obviously, value is created during[…]

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