HR is Dead. Long live HR.

Posted on 05 Oct 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Considering my background, I may raise a few eye brows by saying “HR is dead”. Especially since I, in my latest article predicted that to create strong organizations with motivated employees is going to be the most decisive ability for leaders in the future. But “HR is dead” is merely referring to the more traditional […]

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Kungsholmstorg is Dead!

Posted on 07 Sep 2016 in Creativity, Leadership, OpenTHREAD, Purpose, Social Responsibility, Teamwork, Uncategorized | 0 comments

I remember when I first moved to Sweden and experienced it for the first time. I was walking around my neighbourhood and it felt like a ghost town.  No one was out walking their dog or playing in the park.  Cars that usually line the streets after an evening of searching and searching for the […]

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OpenTHREAD Sollentuna

Posted on 21 May 2016 in Leadership, OpenTHREAD, Social Responsibility, Teamwork, Uncategorized | 0 comments

What do you want to do for your local community?  Times have changed.  Traditional lines between sectors are fading as the challenges we face in our local communities grow.  So too are the lines we draw between our own responsibilities at work and outside.  The most recent refugee wave has made it even more apparent […]

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Mats Levin THREAD Basketball Camp

Posted on 05 Jun 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The MLTBC is all about inspiring young players to dream big! Our mission is to give players a clearer picture of what they can become by exposing them to the game at its’ highest levels and in different cultural environments.  We will offer them the experience of high level basketball! They will be trained by […]

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Mats Levin Joins THREAD

Posted on 31 Mar 2015 in Teamwork, THREADconsulting, THREADsports, Uncategorized | 0 comments

I’m proud to say that we now have a former national team captain on our side.  Mats Levin has joined THREAD as a full-time employee.  After leaving KTH’s computer science program, Mats became one of Sweden’s most successful basketball players.  With more than 15 years of experience as a player, his merits include 5 years […]

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