SUSTAINABILITY CIRCLE MEETING 12-13 MAY 2020

On 12-13 May, we arrange SCM - via the web.  We do not cancel, but we offer you another option. 

It will be a series of webinars.

A series that is connected, but where you can also participate only in the parts you yourself are interested in.

May 12 at 10-11: 30 p.m.

May 12 at 10-11: 30 p.m.

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May 12 at 10-11: 30 p.m.

Theme Leadership

What leadership is required for sustainable development, in an era of AI, large retirements and a new generation with new expectations in the labor market.  In the future, we will be leaders in both machines and people. Because everything that is boring, dirty and dangerous will be automated. People are increasingly becoming specialists and creative.

What does such leadership look like?

Lecturers are:
Stefan Hiller from the Church of Sweden &
Mikael Nilsson from Acobia

12 May 13-14: 30

AI theme

We are talking more specifically about a data drive
maintenance and to develop data-driven decision support systems that, with the help of technology markers, enable support for

prediction, fault analysis and prescription regarding measures. It is important that we stay up to date on the latest in AI development. We get to listen to presentations that clarify which tools are in the AI box. What works today and what can happen tomorrow?

Lecturers are:

Stefan Wendin from Neo4J &

David Fendrich from Tenfifty

May 12 at 10-11: 30 p.m.

Theme Leadership

What leadership is required for sustainable development, in an era of AI, large retirements and a new generation with new expectations in the labor market.  In the future, we will be leaders in both machines and people. Because everything that is boring, dirty and dangerous will be automated. People are increasingly becoming specialists and creative.

What does such leadership look like?

Lecturers are:
Stefan Hiller from the Church of Sweden &
Mikael Nilsson from Acobia

12 May 13-14: 30

AI theme

We are talking more specifically about a data drive
maintenance and to develop data-driven decision support systems that, with the help of technology markers, enable support for

prediction, fault analysis and prescription regarding measures. It is important that we stay up to date on the latest in AI development. We get to listen to presentations that clarify which tools are in the AI box. What works today and what can happen tomorrow?

Lecturers are:

Stefan Wendin from Neo4J &

David Fendrich from Tenfifty

May 13 at 10-11: 30 p.m.

Theme Implementation

How do we make that happen? It happens a lot at the same time? In other parts of the world, development is accelerating. Fewer and fewer will do more and more for more and more, faster and faster. How to become concrete and take action. We will tell you based on how others have done.

Learn More

Lecturers are:
Trivalo, LumenRadio, Tenfifty and others

13 May 13-14: 30

"The Race Is On" - The Way Forward!

Based on all the knowledge we have created together in the network, we have established the Manifesto for an industrially sustainable development. The Race is on.  Our founder and chairman explains in his inspiring way what is required and what the way forward needs to look like.

Lecturers are:
Anders Källström, founder and chairman of Sustainability Circle

By simply clicking on the link below, you register
to all 4 webinars at once. 

Annual meeting 12  May 16: 15-17

We will arrange our annual  annual meeting immediately after the last webinar. All documents we will publish here a couple of weeks before. 

Conference

The inspirers, the speakers in this year's SCM on-line are: