|15.00||Coffee and registration|
Working with the Swedes – Business dos and don'ts
International speaker and communication consultant Ken Taylor gives an "outside-in" view of Swedish business culture and takes up some of the joys and difficulties of working in Sweden
Why are Swedes so Swedish?
Where does all this come from? Åke Daun will explain.
The global and multi-cultural work life in Sweden
Swedish companies expand to the global arena while international companies set up- or buy -business in Sweden. What implications do these changes bring with them to work life in Sweden? Ulf Boman, partner and senior consultant at Kairos Future, will present new research on ”global work-life” in Sweden, focussing on how Swedes feel about working with foreign managers and colleagues.
How I made it in Sweden
In an interview with editor James Savage, Maria Khorsand will explain how she advanced up the career ladder in Sweden, and the impact of her foreign background on her progression.
|18.10||The Swedes and their royals
Sweden has one of the most popular royal families in the world and Swedes are strong supporters of the monarchy. A key figure in the modernization of the Swedish royal court is Elisabeth Tarras-Wahlberg, the long-serving palace spokesperson, now an expert commentator at TV4. In this lecture she talks about the role of the monarchy and the bonds between the Swedes and the Royals.
Doing better business in Sweden
Listen to Lesley Pennington from Bemz, the successful manufacturer of sofa covers for IKEA, Maria Khorsand from SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Steve Hardwick from Skandia and our experts Ken Taylor and
|19.00||Three highlights at Moderna Museet|
|19.15||Reception and buffet|