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Future Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes

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Future Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes
Future Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes

Future Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes

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Oslo Business Forum presents Norway's best podcast for leaders - Future Forecast with Isabelle Ringnes.Future Forecast discusses leadership, technology, and sustainability with some of the most influential leaders and entrepreneurs from around the world. We explore their insights into the most exciting trends and topics of our time and learn from their personal experiences. Who do you want to hear from? What challenges do you want solved? Let us know: info@obforum.no

Latest Episodes

#27 Paul Scanlan: The Future of 5G

Chief Technology Officer at Huawei Technology, Paul Scanlan, who isheading the technology division of the world's largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer. Scanlan joins Future Forecast to talk about 5G, the controversy surrounding Huawei and the questions every business leader should ask themselves.

35 MIN1 w ago
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#27 Paul Scanlan: The Future of 5G

26 Mette Lykke: Creating Startups for the Greater Good

We sat down with Mette Lykke, one of Scandinavia's most impressive entrepreneurs. She is the founder and CEO of the food waste saving company, Too Good To Go. Present in 12 countries, raised a total of €16 million and is on her way to save 20 million meals per year. Tune in to hearher keys to success as an entrepreneur, the challenges she faced and how she overcomes them, and the leadership skills she finds necessary to build an outstanding team.

15 MIN3 w ago
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26 Mette Lykke: Creating Startups for the Greater Good

#25 Tanya Accone: Solving the world's biggest problems with innovation and tech

Tanya Accone works with the United Nations Children’s Fund, also known as UNICEF, as a Senior Advisor on Innovation. She established and led UNICEF’s global human capital futures and analytics portfolio in her role as Chief of Strategic Planning and Operation. This episode discussesurbanization, climate change, widening inequality, and the backlashes of rapid technological evolution.

40 MINOCT 8
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#25 Tanya Accone: Solving the world's biggest problems with innovation and tech

#24 David Sandström: Creating a Brand that People Talk About

David shares some insightful trends and emphasizes that leaders should look to incorporate marketing influencers, whether celebrity or social media, to maximize attention, create trust and relatability.

29 MINSEP 19
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#24 David Sandström: Creating a Brand that People Talk About

#23 Shivvy Jervis: The Immersive Workplace of the Future

Award-winning Industry 4.0Futurist, Shivvy Jervis, shares her riveting insights into emotive AI, Haptics, VR and bio identity- basically all the technical reasons you should be excited about our future.

49 MINSEP 5
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#23 Shivvy Jervis: The Immersive Workplace of the Future

#22 Guy Kawasaki: How Real Innovation Happens

Author, keynote speaker and renowned evangelist, Guy Kawasaki talks about his time at Apple, the dangers of being a student of Steve Jobs, when to listen to the customer, what true innovation means, and sushi.

30 MINAUG 22
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#22 Guy Kawasaki: How Real Innovation Happens

#21 Chris Kutarna: Predictor of the Future

Dr. Chris Kutarna accurately predicted Brexit and the election of Donald Trump points out that “history rhymes,” where historical patterns of human behavior can be applied to present-day movements. He uses maps as a metaphor to explain his thinking, and says that we need to renew our societal maps to shape our future by “looking at the world with a lens that is updated.”

35 MINAUG 1
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#21 Chris Kutarna: Predictor of the Future

#20 Tracy Chou: The Battle for Diversity in Tech

We are talking to one of the most visible, inspiring and outspoken women on diversity in tech, Tracy Chou. Tracy is a software engineer from Stanford and was one of the first hires at Quora and Pinterest and has internship experience from Rocket Fuel, Google and Facebook.

34 MINJUN 27
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#20 Tracy Chou: The Battle for Diversity in Tech

#19 Aksel Lund Svindal: Hear It from a Skier: Take a Risk for a Big Reward

Aksel Lund Svindal: many consider him the best Norwegian alpine skier ever. He now focuses his attention on new ventures; he is a keen start-up investor, has launched a sustainable clothing brand and is writing a book. He shares the parallels between top sports and business and teamwork. He translates risk-taking into a business where leaders should manage risk according to inevitable setbacks.

35 MINJUN 20
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#19 Aksel Lund Svindal: Hear It from a Skier: Take a Risk for a Big Reward

#18 Morten Hansen: Do Less, Then Obsess. How to Work Smarter

Top performers work intensely for a short period of time, followed by a break, and don't work more than 8 hrs a day. We're joined by Morten Hansen who reveals the true meaning of smart working. Morten, a well-known leadership expert and an award-winning researcher, applies his effective working methods to everything he tackles. His philosophy is to scrap the long working hours and “do less, then obsess,” which is one of his key principles of working better.

29 MINJUN 13
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#18 Morten Hansen: Do Less, Then Obsess. How to Work Smarter

Latest Episodes

#27 Paul Scanlan: The Future of 5G

Chief Technology Officer at Huawei Technology, Paul Scanlan, who isheading the technology division of the world's largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer. Scanlan joins Future Forecast to talk about 5G, the controversy surrounding Huawei and the questions every business leader should ask themselves.

35 MIN1 w ago
Comments
#27 Paul Scanlan: The Future of 5G

26 Mette Lykke: Creating Startups for the Greater Good

We sat down with Mette Lykke, one of Scandinavia's most impressive entrepreneurs. She is the founder and CEO of the food waste saving company, Too Good To Go. Present in 12 countries, raised a total of €16 million and is on her way to save 20 million meals per year. Tune in to hearher keys to success as an entrepreneur, the challenges she faced and how she overcomes them, and the leadership skills she finds necessary to build an outstanding team.

15 MIN3 w ago
Comments
26 Mette Lykke: Creating Startups for the Greater Good

#25 Tanya Accone: Solving the world's biggest problems with innovation and tech

Tanya Accone works with the United Nations Children’s Fund, also known as UNICEF, as a Senior Advisor on Innovation. She established and led UNICEF’s global human capital futures and analytics portfolio in her role as Chief of Strategic Planning and Operation. This episode discussesurbanization, climate change, widening inequality, and the backlashes of rapid technological evolution.

40 MINOCT 8
Comments
#25 Tanya Accone: Solving the world's biggest problems with innovation and tech

#24 David Sandström: Creating a Brand that People Talk About

David shares some insightful trends and emphasizes that leaders should look to incorporate marketing influencers, whether celebrity or social media, to maximize attention, create trust and relatability.

29 MINSEP 19
Comments
#24 David Sandström: Creating a Brand that People Talk About

#23 Shivvy Jervis: The Immersive Workplace of the Future

Award-winning Industry 4.0Futurist, Shivvy Jervis, shares her riveting insights into emotive AI, Haptics, VR and bio identity- basically all the technical reasons you should be excited about our future.

49 MINSEP 5
Comments
#23 Shivvy Jervis: The Immersive Workplace of the Future

#22 Guy Kawasaki: How Real Innovation Happens

Author, keynote speaker and renowned evangelist, Guy Kawasaki talks about his time at Apple, the dangers of being a student of Steve Jobs, when to listen to the customer, what true innovation means, and sushi.

30 MINAUG 22
Comments
#22 Guy Kawasaki: How Real Innovation Happens

#21 Chris Kutarna: Predictor of the Future

Dr. Chris Kutarna accurately predicted Brexit and the election of Donald Trump points out that “history rhymes,” where historical patterns of human behavior can be applied to present-day movements. He uses maps as a metaphor to explain his thinking, and says that we need to renew our societal maps to shape our future by “looking at the world with a lens that is updated.”

35 MINAUG 1
Comments
#21 Chris Kutarna: Predictor of the Future

#20 Tracy Chou: The Battle for Diversity in Tech

We are talking to one of the most visible, inspiring and outspoken women on diversity in tech, Tracy Chou. Tracy is a software engineer from Stanford and was one of the first hires at Quora and Pinterest and has internship experience from Rocket Fuel, Google and Facebook.

34 MINJUN 27
Comments
#20 Tracy Chou: The Battle for Diversity in Tech

#19 Aksel Lund Svindal: Hear It from a Skier: Take a Risk for a Big Reward

Aksel Lund Svindal: many consider him the best Norwegian alpine skier ever. He now focuses his attention on new ventures; he is a keen start-up investor, has launched a sustainable clothing brand and is writing a book. He shares the parallels between top sports and business and teamwork. He translates risk-taking into a business where leaders should manage risk according to inevitable setbacks.

35 MINJUN 20
Comments
#19 Aksel Lund Svindal: Hear It from a Skier: Take a Risk for a Big Reward

#18 Morten Hansen: Do Less, Then Obsess. How to Work Smarter

Top performers work intensely for a short period of time, followed by a break, and don't work more than 8 hrs a day. We're joined by Morten Hansen who reveals the true meaning of smart working. Morten, a well-known leadership expert and an award-winning researcher, applies his effective working methods to everything he tackles. His philosophy is to scrap the long working hours and “do less, then obsess,” which is one of his key principles of working better.

29 MINJUN 13
Comments
#18 Morten Hansen: Do Less, Then Obsess. How to Work Smarter
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