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The theme for this season is to investigate the futures for organizational design.Why is it so relevant these years? How do we handle money and decision making? Is the organizational design a mirror of the leadership culture? Are organizational designers the heroes of this decade?With us is Nathan Evans, Co-founder of Peerdom, an online platform that supports you in documenting your roles and responsibilities in the organization. He describes himself as a Technologist, Neuroscientist, Musician – and Connector of dots. Nathan has a master’s degree in computer science and a PhD in neuroscience, both from the University of Lausanne.Today’s co-host is Puk Duerlund Falkenberg, Co-Founder at Good Morning April, and host for this season is Erik Korsvik Østergaard, also Co-Founder at Good Morning April.
COBOTS, COBOTS EVERWHERE!Do you wan't to have a cobot that helps and support you in your work? Or do you prefer that we all have a cobot and they can work together and coordinate between them?Erik Korsvik Østergaard wrote in our Horizon Scanning document on the Futures of Work an article about cobots and how they might be everywhere. In this episode of our podcast he talks with Puk Duerlund Falkenberg about his article and the signals he picked to describe these sceanrios.Download the Horizon Scanning Document 2022 on the Futures of Work to read more on the signals and Tores scenario: https://goodmorningapril.com/horizon/
WHEN AND WHERE WILL WE WORK IN THE FUTURE?That's the question Tore Nielsen asks in his article about scenarios within hybrid work - and now in a BONUS episode of our Podcast: the Good Morning April podcast.Tore Nielsen talks with Puk Duerlund Falkenberg about the signal he chose to inspire him imaginen four scenarios based on Signal 1: The employees takes control of hybrid work. Tore elaborates on the four scenario and on which of the four he would prefer.Which one would you prefer?And download the Horizon Scanning Document 2022 on the Futures of Work to read more on the signals and Tores scenario: https://goodmorningapril.com/horizon/
This episode of the podcast is about what affects the future of leadership and the characteristics of leadership in the future.We asked Google and Bing to finalize the sentence “the future of leadership is …” and they both answered “kindness”.But what do we answer? Tore said “hard”.Puk said “diverse”.Erik said “fragmented and community based”.This is what we unpack in this final episode of the first season of the Good Morning April podcast.Today’s co-hosts are Puk Duerlund Falkenberg and Tore Nielsen, both Co-Founders at Good Morning April - and host for this season is Erik Korsvik Østergaard, also Co-Founder at Good Morning April.
This episode of the podcast is about the trends and futures of work as seen from Asia.  Tune in to hear about what’s on the Asian business leaders' minds here in 2022, about disruption (again!), and about the role of ancient Asian philosophy in a modern workplace. The guest on this episode is Virginia Morris. Virginia is a Founder, Managing Partner & Leadership Strategist at Bamboo Difference. Their tagline is “We help people develop the qualities of bamboo: resilient, fast growing, flexible and self-sustaining.” Virginia is an Associate Professor at Hong Kong University in the Business and Economics MBA program. She’s an accomplished leadership strategist, coach and facilitator working with executives and senior leadership teams globally. Virginia is a futurist with her roots solid planted in humanism. Today’s co-host is Puk Duerlund Falkenberg, Co-Founder at Good Morning April - and host for this season is Erik Korsvik Østergaard, also Co-Founder at Good Morning April. 
This episode of the podcast is about the trends and futures of work as seen from an HR perspective.  The guest on this episode is Perry Timms. Perry is the founder and Chief Energy Officer of PTHR, a small global consultancy, setting out to create better business for a better world. Their organization is B Corp certified and have been embracing the 4-day work week for a long time.  Perry himself is a two-times TEDx speaker and an award-winning writer on the future of work, HR & learning. In 2017 he published the book “Transformational HR: How Human Resources Can Create Value and Impact Business Strategy” and in 2020 “The Energized Workplace: Designing Organizations Where People Flourish”  Perry has just recently been ranked number 1 on the HR Most Influential Thinkers List 2022.  Today’s co-host is Tore Nielsen, Co-Founder at Good Morning April - and host for this season is Erik Korsvik Østergaard, also Co-Founder at Good Morning April. 
This episode of the podcast is about the trends and futures in the startup environment.The guest on the podcast is Lisbeth Chawes. Lisbeth is an experienced and award-winning tech leader. She has founded and lead several startup, scaleup and grownup companies, and is active as mentor and board member too. She strives to be part of shaping the future. Her interest in the development in technology and society shines through in her engagements in software, in robotics, in women in technology, and in gamifying the thinking processes towards possible and preferable futures.Today’s co-host is Puk Duerlund Falkenberg, Co-Founder at Good Morning April - and host for this season is Erik Korsvik Østergaard, also Co-Founder at Good Morning April.
This episode of the podcast is about futures thinking - and the approach and toolbox.The guest on the podcast is Carsten Beck, a Danish futurist. He has been working with trend analysis and scenario processes as a Director of research at Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies for more than 30 years in more than 30 countries. Carsten strives to help us understand how global and local trends shape the future for organizations, companies, and societies. His focus is how to drive processes for clients in order for THEM to prepare for the future.Today’s co-host is Martin Ellemann Olesen, Co-Founder at Good Morning April - and host for this season is Erik Korsvik Østergaard, also Co-Founder at Good Morning April. 
The fourth episode is about the future of organizations: The mechanisms, the culture, the structure – and a bit on how to get there.This is not a classic debate about flatter and more agile organizations, but more in the line of a multitude of local variations of the organizational designs.In the episode we discuss the pluralism of futures of organizations: Diversity in methodologies, diversity in needs, diversity in how hard and fast the trends affect them, diversity in cultures – and the how the many nuances lead to friction.We hope to inspire you to explore and evaluate your own possible futures.Co-host on the episode is Tore Nielsen.Get yourself a cup of coffee – and explore!
This episode of the podcast is about building a modern business unit with self-management inside an otherwise traditional corporate organization.  The guest on the podcast is Vivek Menon. Vivek Menon has been leading the eSteering Business Unit at Danfoss Power Solutions until recently, whose purpose is to build the future of off-road steering.  As a business unit with more than 100 colleagues and 15 nationalities in an international corporate business, their journey into the world of self-management and modern leadership has rightfully stirred interest from near and far. Vivek himself has a global background, adding a nuanced and interesting cultural perspective to his reflection and learning. Today’s co-host is Martin Vinther, Co-Founder at Good Morning April - and host for this season is Erik Korsvik Østergaard, also Co-Founder at Good Morning April. 
This episode of the podcast is about the trends within the futures of work, in 2022 – and about the nuances and differences in those approaches. The guest on the podcast is Timm Urschinger. Timm Urschinger is based in Switzerland. He is Co-Founder and CEO of LIVESciences, a consultancy with a mission to contribute to a more sustainable world by catalyzing the success within the corporate world. Timm and LIVEsciences are amongst other things interested in Teal, a culture based on wholeness, self-leadership, and evolutionary purpose, as coined by Frederic Laloux. And the company is also behind the Teal Around The World event, an online conference with an impressive list of presenters.  Today’s co-host is Martin Ellemann Olesen, Co-Founder at Good Morning April - and host for this season is Erik Korsvik Østergaard, also Co-Founder at Good Morning April. 
This episode is the very first in the season. Our aim is to inspire and equip you to explore your own future of work, and we hope you will subscribe to the podcast.  In the episode we present the two types of content in the podcast series, namely (a) Cornerstone content, that goes in-depth with a single topic in the melting pot of The Future of Work, New Ways of working, Futures thinking, futures literacy or change management – and (b) interviews with guests from all around the globe, sharing their views on the future of work. We also introduce a regular feature in the podcast, where the co-host brings a signal with them, which we discuss and evaluate … because the whole point of the podcast is to explore and evaluate possible futures. And that starts with the signals. Today’s co-hosts are Puk Duerlund Falkenberg and Tore Nielsen, both Co-Founders at Good Morning April - and host for this season is Erik Korsvik Østergaard, also Co-Founder at Good Morning April. 
Hi, and welcome to this teaser episode of our new podcast – The Good Morning April Podcast – where we explore and evaluate possible futures.We’re interested in the Future of Work. We explore the signals and trends. We evaluate the possible scenarios that arise from the trends – and we discuss which of the scenarios – or futures – that we prefer.Our aim is to inspire and equip you to explore your own future of work.We do that by serving you two types of episodes:-          The first type is Cornerstone content, that goes in-depth with a single topic in the melting pot of The Future of Work, New Ways of working, Futures thinking, futures literacy or change management-          The second type is interviews with guests from all around the globe, sharing their views on the future of work. In the first season we will hear from practitioners, and thought leaders from Denmark, Hong Kong, the UK, and Switzerland.We intend to publish an episode every third Wednesday, and this is just the teaser. So make sure to subscribe to the podcast, get yourself a cup of coffee – and stay tuned.
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