In this blog article, which is in Swedish, I explain to the reader what the objective differences are between being hired vs feelancing as a consultant within the IT sector. I am not familiar with how to run a business outside of Sweden, but I can imagine that it is quite complex, so unfortunately I can only account for the Swedish conditions and thus the article is only in Swedish. I argue that I believe that it is quite odd that so few are freelancing and that the consultancy companies are growing so rapidly. Finally, I offer my advice to anyone who is interested in walking down the path of running your own company as a freelance consultant instead of being hired as one.
In this blog article, which is in Swedish, I tell the reader about my experience of building my own computer. I showcase my build and my components and motivate my choices. I offer the reader my tips and tricks on the subject and leave the reader with an invitation to add me on Steam in order to start gaming together.
In this blog article, which is in Swedish, I give you three quick tips to think about when starting your own company. This is a collaboration piece with businesswomen.se and I am guest blogging on their behalf. I write about the importance of execution and not being afraid of communicating, pitching and sharing your ideas. In particular, I believe aspiring business founders should try to have a clear nisch, prioritize their time and dear to go full out and exhaust the possibilities.
In this blog article, which is in Swedish, I talk about my admiration for six very different Swedish women. This is a collaboration piece with businesswomen.se and I am guest blogging on their behalf. I write about the importance of expressing and formulating your admiration. In particular, I motivate why these six women inspire me daily.
In this blog article, which is in Swedish, I talk about my tea business Téamo. This is a collaboration piece with ehandel.se (which is one of Sweden's biggest e-commerce sites) and I am guest blogging on their behalf. The reader will understand the struggles that we have faced when we started Téamo, how we overcame these obstacles and what we have learnt from it.
In this blog article, which is in Swedish, I talk about my resignation from my previous employer. This is a collaboration piece with businesswomen.se and I am guest blogging on their behalf. The reader will understand why I quit my job, how I will employ myself in the future and what I want to do next.
In this blog article, which is in Swedish, I talk about how you attract and keep millenials at your company within the consulting industry. This is a collaboration piece with cinode.com and I am guest blogging on their behalf. My message is that younger generations are increasingly more interested in soft factors, rather than hard, such as monetary compensation.
In this blog article, I talk about me and Joakim Lustigs newly released tea brand Téamo and why we started it on a more motivational level. I talk about my urge to do something on my own, my passion for tea, my need to express my creative side, the potential in the business opportunity and more. I also leave the reader with a cliff-hanger for upcoming articles about how we actually did when we created our company.
In this blog article, I describe a rather painful memory in which I am exposed to a master suppression technique (or härskarteknik in Swedish). I also reflect on my experience and talk about how I believe that we can work together to minimize such behaviour and lift each other up in order to change the workplace for the better.
In this blog article, I describe my journey from an inexperienced engineering student to a management consultant and a project leader. I describe why I chose my education, why I work with what I do, why I am in the IT sector and finally why I chose Netlight as my employer.
In this blog article, I define the "bad boss" and I explain the new needs of millennial coworkers and what managers can do to meet millennials' expectations. I also describe millennial's leadership style and argue that it is a counter-reaction to the "bad boss".
In this blog article, I explain what AI is and I clarify when you should use it to solve your problem, its conditions and limitations and some practical applications. I also account for businesses' approach to AI and state that AI should not be considered an achievement in itself.
In this blog article, I set the stage for the process of implementing data-driven decision making. I line up concrete actions and important concepts to know about when collecting data and turning it into actions.
My Master's thesis is described as: "A Multi-industry Approach in the Context of Technological Advancement"
My Bachelor's thesis is described as: "A regression analysis on defined target groups in the Swedish market"