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IBM Keep It Simple (KIS) Technology Podcast
Explaining technology in a simple way
Category: Technology
Location: Oslo
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December 17, 2020 01:13 AM PST

Welcome to IBM Keep It Simple (KIS) Technology Podcast hosted by Thomas F. Anglero, Nordic Director of Innovation at IBM.. 

In this episode, Fredrik Tønnesen, CEO of Elkjøp Norway shares his experiences with launching the PS5 in Norway, how to compete with your own business when you have a significant online presence and brick & mortar stores throughout the country, what it takes to be a leader, and so much more.  

Fredrik began sharing the behind the curtain events of what it takes to launch and manage the PS5 launch in Norway from a CEO and leader perspective.  He shares funny stories as well as challenges with personnel and the business side.  Fredrik is a pure leader and he shares his steps as to how to lead people, a national organization, and the elusive millennial workforce.   

Most importantly, Fredrik explained how to motivate and train his people.  Not just on technology but on being the best engaging salespeople you have ever met.  Fredrik personally makes 50-100 store visits a year but not just as the CEO to meet & greet but to also restock the store shelves and to sell items to customers just like any other salesperson.  Fredrik shares all and he's a role model for many other leaders to follow in retail. You will not be disappointed in listening to Fredrik and his unique insider view of what it takes to be a USD billion-dollar company and have happy employees at the same time. 

Another great episode with another great leader!

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December 09, 2020 06:51 AM PST

Welcome to IBM Keep It Simple (KIS) Technology Podcast hosted by Thomas F. Anglero, Nordic Director of Innovation at IBM.

In this episode, Jason Turflinger, Managing Director of AMCHAM (American Chamber of Commerce in Norway) shares his experiences with the over 200+ companies that AMCHAM has partnered with since he took over a decade ago and what they have done, and what are they doing to survive and prosper post-Covid.

Jason began by discussing the various ways companies have handled the Covid period and shared insightful strategies of many different industries.  Jason discussed how certain companies have had to let people go and other companies who felt that if they let people go (fired) then it shows that they did not plan properly for the future.  Jason also gave a breakdown of the top 3 industries that did the best during Covid and also a top 3 of companies that were the least affected.

Most importantly, Jason explained how AMCHAM provided its members with some verbal assistance when it comes to finding new employment.  This is something that is not advertised publicly but can be a huge benefit for many AMCHAM members who have let go of many good employees.   Jason concluded that Norway will do well after Covid.  The people and culture are strong and many member companies have implemented plans that will elevate them to the top of their industry.

You will not be disappointed in listening to Jason and his unique insider view of 23 Norwegian industries and how they managed to survive and excel during and after Covid.

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December 09, 2020 06:41 AM PST

Welcome to IBM’s Keep It Simple (KIS) Technology Podcast hosted by Thomas F. Anglero, Nordic Director of Innovation for IBM. In this episode, Steffen Syversen, CEO of Agder Energy shares his experience of leading a 100% renewable energy company in the Nordics and his building blocks on how to grow the business, the people, and the culture. 

Steffen begins by explaining what is Agder Energy and why its future is so positive.  He has positioned Agder Energy at the center of the hub of renewable innovation throughout Europe and has already partnered with many great companies Ikea to help them to build their own eco-system of renewable energy possibilities for the future.  When listening to Steffen, listen to how he explains how he has accomplished these incredible tasks.  Ask yourself, what can I do and what can I leverage from Steffen and his leadership style.

In the latter half of our discussion, Steffen gets more personal about how he continues to build the culture of Agder Energy.  He is open and honest about the improvements that are continued to be addressed regarding the different internal units in Agder Energy but he provides a map of how he is growing the culture and creating a new culture.  Lastly, Steffen discusses the openness he has instilled in the culture when it comes to having young people working with older people.  He sees this as the perfect mix and the advantage that Agder Energy has in regards to bettering its future.

You will not be disappointed in listening to Steffen and his current and future business of building a future on renewable energy and great people.

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- iTunes / Apple Podcast: https://Anglero.com/iTunes
- Spotify: https://Anglero.com/Spotify
- Google Podcasts: https://Anglero.com/GooglePodcast
- Stitcher: https://Anglero.com/Stitcher
- TuneIn: https://Anglero.com/TuneIn
- Pandora: https://Anglero.com/Pandora
- iHeart Radio: https://Anglero.com/iHeart
- Listen Notes: https://Anglero.com/ListenNotes

Follow Thomas Anglero:
- https://www.Anglero.com/

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December 09, 2020 06:31 AM PST

Welcome to IBM’s Keep It Simple (KIS) Technology Podcast hosted by Thomas F. Anglero, Nordic Director of Innovation for IBM. In this episode, Anders Askevold, Manager Smart Centre at GS1 Norway shares his experience of working with partners on innovation and taking risks with the newest technologies that can improve your business.  

Our discussion begins with talking about the state-of-the-art technology visitor center that Anders has built-in Oslo, Norway.  The GS1 Smart Centre in Norway is incredible.  Every item, every technology has been strategically placed so when partner companies come into use the facility they are immediately inspired to take risks and think differently.  Creating this incredible environment is critical to being innovative and trying technologies that other competitors in your industry are not using yet.

Our discussion then focuses on RFID technology and the benefits specifically for the retail industry.   Anders has years of experience at GS1, explaining cutting-edge technologies to companies. RFID has been an emerging technology for many years but now with the importance of tracking items and knowing where and what condition an item is in is critical, the time for RFID is now.  Anders shares several valuable new usage models for FRID technology.  He shares stories of how a large retailer came into GS1 and thought their inventory systems were very good.  With only 10 seconds and using RFID, Anders proved to the partner the potential amount of money the partner has lost and the incredibly short payback period for when implementing RFID technology.  

Please subscribe to the IBM "KIS Technology podcast” and we sincerely thank you for listening. 

 Read much more about IBM, our ways of working, and our Cloud offerings here - https://ibm.co/2URU66K

We have also gathered some exciting insights where you pick and choose the ones that fit your needs the best. 
 Read how you can unleash data and AI for competitive advantage - https://ibm.co/39oc0D3
 Manage IT. How to Orchestrate and simplify multi-cloud - https://ibm.co/2UqFtrW
 Optimize IT. How to Accelerate digital transformation - https://ibm.co/2WTsXCI
 Build cloud-native. Build once, deploy anywhere - https://ibm.co/33WNmIL
 Modernize applications. How you can simplify and extend apps with an open, hybrid cloud - https://ibm.co/2wLYRG

KEYWORDS: IBM, GS1, Innovation, RFID, Strategy, Covid, leadership, Culture, Experience Center, Partnership, Experimentation,  Cost Analysis

October 14, 2020 06:21 AM PDT

Welcome to IBM’s Keep It Simple (KIS) Technology Podcast hosted by Thomas F. Anglero, Nordic Director of Innovation for IBM. In this episode, Trine Strømsnes, CEO of Cisco Norway shares her 20 years of remote working experience at Cisco to discuss what is the best way to experience remote working on a day-to-day basis and what are some of the special people projects she implemented to improve the work culture at Cisco.

Trine begins by sharing her experience being a part of the original remote work culture of Cisco with their 2010 purchase of Tandberg, the world's leading video conferencing provider, and how since 2010 the technology has improved.  Trine also shares what it takes to make remote video conferencing seamless so that it feels like you're in the same room just like before the COVID situation.

Trine also shares her wisdom on how she improved the culture amongst her employees at Cisco Norway through the use of video conferencing.  Most importantly, she shares how to increase trust amongst co-workers by implementing daily video yoga, wine tasting, and including families and friends into the live video conferencing.  All these actions have led to a transformation at Cisco that proves their technology combined with great leadership can help any company to proper post-COVID.

Please subscribe to the IBM "KIS Technology podcast” and we sincerely thank you for listening. 

Read much more about IBM, our ways of working, and our Cloud offerings here - https://ibm.co/2URU66K

We have also gathered some exciting insights where you pick and choose the ones that fit your needs the best. 
 Read how you can unleash data and AI for competitive advantage - https://ibm.co/39oc0D3
 Manage IT. How to Orchestrate and simplify multi-cloud - https://ibm.co/2UqFtrW
 Optimize IT. How to Accelerate digital transformation - https://ibm.co/2WTsXCI
 Build cloud-native. Build once, deploy anywhere - https://ibm.co/33WNmIL
 Modernize applications. How you can simplify and extend apps with an open, hybrid cloud - https://ibm.co/2wLYRG

KEYWORDS: IBM, Cisco, Remote Working, Web Conferencing, Strategy, Covid, leadership, Culture, Yoga, Wine Tasting 

October 14, 2020 06:11 AM PDT

Welcome to IBM’s Keep It Simple (KIS) Technology Podcast hosted by Thomas F. Anglero, Nordic Director of Innovation for IBM. In this episode, Kjersti A. Stathopoulou, Partner and Cyber Leader at Deloitte Norway share her years of cyber experience on the world after COVID.  The effects of COVID on cybersecurity.  Is having a Zoom account and VPN enough security to work from home?  How important is changing the knowledge of your employees when working from home to increase security.  

Kjersti deep dives into is cyber real or is it science fiction?  What are the important differences between an insecure home office network vs. a secure work network?  Does your company have a cyber compliance policy while working from home?  What type of hackers are best at breaking into your network?  What type of training does your employees need to be secure when working from home?  How do you care for your employees who are working online all day long?  What are the results of COVID fatigue after a long day of work?  

Kjersti wraps up also addressing more important topics like the HR process after COVID.   How do you secure an employee after they are let go?  How to evaluate insider threats from an HR perspective?  Is Cyber an IT issue or a business issue?   

Kjersti goes into such great detail that you should have a notebook and paper ready because she will help or save your business from the very beginning of the podcast.

Please subscribe to the IBM "KIS Technology podcast” and we thank you for listening. 

 Read much more about IBM, our ways of working and our Cloud offerings here - https://ibm.co/2URU66K

We have also gathered some exciting insights where you pick and choose the ones that fit your needs the best. 
 Read how you can unleash data and AI for competitive advantage - https://ibm.co/39oc0D3
 Manage IT. How to Orchestrate and simplify multi-cloud - https://ibm.co/2UqFtrW
 Optimize IT. How to Accelerate digital transformation - https://ibm.co/2WTsXCI
 Build cloud native. Build once, deploy anywhere - https://ibm.co/33WNmIL
 Modernize applications. How you can simplify and extend apps with an open, hybrid cloud - https://ibm.co/2wLYRG

KEYWORDS: IBM, Deloitte, Remote Working, Web Conferencing, Strategy, Covid, leadership, Culture, stress, malware, fishing, firewall, hackers

September 20, 2020 03:08 PM PDT

Welcome to IBM’s Keep It Simple (KIS) Technology Podcast hosted by Thomas F. Anglero, Nordic Dir. of Innovation for IBM. In this episode, Danat Tekie, Co-Founder & Chief External Relations at Young Sustainable Impact, explains after interviewing thousands of youth, what makes them excited, what inspires them, how to get the most from a young person in your company.

Danat's advice and experience with working with the best of the best of the best young minds in the world
show that many companies are losing the interest of the younger generation.  Danat details what the best young minds want from an employer, their leaders, and why this generation of young people are the way they are.

Listen to Danat explain how what you must do to keep your younger employees and listen to her steps of how to inspire and motivate them.  This interview with Danat is a must-listen-to interview for all leaders who struggle with keeping their young employees.  

Please subscribe to the IBM "KIS Technology podcast” and we thank you for listening. 

Read much more about IBM, our ways of working, and our cloud offerings here - https://ibm.co/2URU66K

We have also gathered some exciting insights where you pick and choose the ones that fit your needs the best. 

Read how you can unleash data and AI for competitive advantage - https://ibm.co/39oc0D3

Manage IT. How to Orchestrate and simplify multi-cloud - https://ibm.co/2UqFtrW

Optimize IT. How to Accelerate digital transformation - https://ibm.co/2WTsXCI

Build cloud-native. Build once, deploy anywhere - https://ibm.co/33WNmIL

Modernize applications. How you can simplify and extend apps with an open, hybrid cloud - https://ibm.co/2wLYRG

KEYWORDS: IBM, Young Sustainable Impact, Strategy, COVID, leadership, millennials, Culture, baby boomers

September 20, 2020 02:56 PM PDT

Welcome to IBM’s Keep It Simple (KIS) Technology Podcast hosted by Thomas F. Anglero, Nordic Dir. of Innovation for IBM. In this episode, Stephanie Rance, Co-Founder of the Academy Award certified Martha's Vineyard Film Festival for Afro Americans shares her sage advice on how she built the world-famous film festival from scratch using kindness. 

Stephanie's advice and story on how to build a company, irregardless of the challenges, on the back of kindness to be one of the most prestigious film festivals with hundreds of celebrities and global dignitaries are incredible.  She explains how so many leaders think being difficult and hard on their employees will lead to success.  This is wrong.  Her story and her success if the proof.

Listen to Stephanie explain how she overcame failure, setbacks to build an event that people travel across the world to attend.  One of the most important things in Stephaine's message is Stephanie.  Take note of how humble she is and even though she knows so many famous people she still is one of the kindest people I have ever met.

There is a lot to learn about being a great leader by listening to Stephanie and her inspiring stories on being a warm leader.

Please subscribe to the IBM "KIS Technology podcast” and we thank you for listening. 

Read much more about IBM, our ways of working, and our Cloud offerings here - https://ibm.co/2URU66K

We have also gathered some exiting insights where you pick and choose the ones that fit your needs the best. 

Read how you can unleash data and AI for competitive advantage - https://ibm.co/39oc0D3

Manage IT. How to Orchestrate and simplify multi-cloud - https://ibm.co/2UqFtrW

Optimize IT. How to Accelerate digital transformation - https://ibm.co/2WTsXCI

Build cloud-native. Build once, deploy anywhere - https://ibm.co/33WNmIL

Modernize applications. How you can simplify and extend apps with an open, hybrid cloud - https://ibm.co/2wLYRG

KEYWORDS: IBM, Martha's Vineyard Film Festival, Strategy, leadership, culture, soft skills, transparency 

August 28, 2020 07:33 AM PDT

Welcome to IBM’s Keep It Simple (KIS) Technology Podcast hosted by Thomas F. Anglero, Nordic Dir. of Innovation for IBM. In this episode, Karen Ristebratan, Head of IT and Digitial Development at Hunton (www.Hunton.no) tells about the importance of having a great IT strategy and how a well-defined digitalization strategy leads to success, even in an old 100-year-old company.

Karen explains that to be a great IT leader you must first listen to your people, learn from them how they utilize the technology, what are their needs and how will the technology benefit them.   Once you understand your people then you can begin an IT strategy and eventually a digitalization strategy.

Listen to Karen's advice on to transform a culture even if your company is over 100 years old, how to get upper management to understand your needs for change, how to implement a digital culture into your existing company and why is a digitalization strategy so important for your company even if your company has factories and mechanics.   Karen provides many nuggets of wisdom that are pertinent for everyone and every company no matter the industry.

Please subscribe to the IBM "KIS Technology podcast” and we thank you for listening. 

Read much more about IBM, our ways of working and our Cloud offerings here - https://ibm.co/2URU66K

We have also gathered some exiting insights where you pick and choose the ones that fits your needs the best. 

Read how you can unleash data and AI for competitive advantage - https://ibm.co/39oc0D3

Manage IT. How to Orchestrate and simplify multi-cloud - https://ibm.co/2UqFtrW

Optimize IT. How to Accelerate digital transformation - https://ibm.co/2WTsXCI

Build cloud-native. Build once, deploy anywhere - https://ibm.co/33WNmIL

Modernize applications. How you can simplify and extend apps with an open, hybrid cloud - https://ibm.co/2wLYRG

KEYWORDS: IBM, Hunton, Strategy, COVID, leadership, digitalization, Culture, soft skills

August 28, 2020 07:28 AM PDT

Welcome to IBM’s Keep It Simple (KIS) Technology Podcast hosted by Thomas F. Anglero, Nordic Dir. of Innovation for IBM. In this episode, Intek Engineering (www.Intek.no) CEO, Anita Hagar, tells how she has led her colleagues, her customers, and herself throughout the Covid-19 period.

Anita explains that to be a great leader you must be able to step away from the business in a time of crisis to gather your thoughts and focus on the situation.  She gives advice on what to do, how to do it, and most importantly, how to take care-of-yourself.

Listen to Anita's advice on how to deal with extraordinary situations like the personal grief of letting go of colleagues, what happens when you as a leader feel it all is too much, and how to find a quiet place for yourself to be the great leader you are meant to be.  Anita gives clear advice based on her proven methods and success as Intek.  You will enjoy her storytelling!

Please subscribe to the IBM "KIS Technology podcast” and we thank you for listening. 

Read much more about IBM, our ways of working and our Cloud offerings here - https://ibm.co/2URU66K

We have also gathered some exiting insights where you pick and choose the ones that fit your needs the best. 

Read how you can unleash data and AI for competitive advantage - https://ibm.co/39oc0D3

Manage IT. How to Orchestrate and simplify multi-cloud - https://ibm.co/2UqFtrW

Optimize IT. How to Accelerate digital transformation - https://ibm.co/2WTsXCI

Build cloud-native. Build once, deploy anywhere - https://ibm.co/33WNmIL

Modernize applications. How you can simplify and extend apps with an open, hybrid cloud - https://ibm.co/2wLYRG

KEYWORDS: IBM, Intek, robotization, COVID, leadership, digitalization, Mental Health, soft skills

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