Video is in Norwegian.
CSI News and Blogs
We stand in the 4th Industrial Revolution! New technology, robots and digitization are changing the way we work... See Vibeke Hammer Madsen’s blog (in Norwegian).
Read and download CSI Annual Report 2016. The report gives you a glimpse of some of the great things we did in 2016.
On Thursday, March 16th, a very interesting seminar took place at SINTEF, Oslo on Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) in services.
Overall, these discussions generated a wealth of research, partnering and collaboration opportunities within the areas of VR, AR and service design that are key priority areas on CSI’s strategic research agenda.
During a recent informal internal event, Rune Bjerke, the CEO of the biggest bank in Norway (DNB), emphasized that the most important barrier to become more innovative, is organizational culture.
The Rise of the Sharing Economy and its Influence on the Fashion Industry.
Innovation rankings of countries or industries are important as they steer politicians’ priorities and actions. The current media image of Norway is one of an innovation laggard. This hurts. But do the existing rankings actually mirror the reality?
While artificial intelligence and automation acclaimed at the beginning of 2017, I'm not sure if this is a good or bad. This blog is written in Norwegian.
How do we manage the high uncertainties coming along with digitalization? Design thinking is one possible answer – if its key principles are rooted in the corporate culture.
This autumn, our edited volume "New business models in retail - Innovating for a digital and sustainable future", will be published by University Press (in Norwegian).
2017 could be the year that Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and chatbots go truly mainstream. Telenor Group’s Research arm today publishes the key global Tech Trends identified for the coming year.
Design thinking is not a new term, and originally appeared in the 1950’s. However its recent popularity can be traced to Tim Brown from IDEO, and an article in Harvard Business Review in 2008.
We are facing a sustainability problem of massive proportions. There is widespread agreement that the business models of the future need to be transformed considerably to mitigate and adapt to climate change, manage resource scarcity and address system...
At TEDxBergen Professor Andreassen talks about the rapidly growing phenomena of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC).
Business models define how companies create, deliver and capture value. But business models are not static – they need to be adapted to changing market conditions.