Digitalization as driver for change in public and private businesses – a video course
Norway is facing the next wave of digitalization. New solutions can be developed in private and public sectors such as health, environment, transport, production, security and more. In this video course, learn about the next hallmark of digitization; the interconnection of the digital and physical worlds (in Norwegian) by Dr. Frank Elter, Telenor / NHH.
From digital information processes where paper was replaced by computers, the next wave of digitalization will be about developing new digital processes in the physical world.
This video course, Digitalization as driver for change in public and private businesses by Dr. Frank Elter, Chief Scientist at Telenor Research and adjunct associate professor at NHH, is of 38 minutes and in Norwegian.
The course is also accessible in four modules. You can see each module by clicking on the headings below:
The three big waves of digitization (8 min, in Norwegian)
First, we will introduce the three big waves of digitalization since the first computer arrived. By understanding changes over time, we can gain insight that is more precise of what is really new and the challenges we need to address.
Four key technology drivers for change (10 min, in Norwegian)
We will review key features of IoT, 5G, Cloud Computing and Artificial Intelligence. Interaction between these four technological drivers triggers the next wave of digitalization and provides new business opportunities and benefits for society.
Opportunities for society - practical application of technology (10 min, in Norwegian)
After the review of the four technology drivers, concrete case-examples provided to show how the technologies are being piloted to create new practical services and benefits for society, municipalities, and companies.
Challenges for companies' business- and organizational models (10 min, in Norwegian)
In this concluding course module, we discuss how the technologies challenge companies’ business- and organizational models. It points out challenges that must be solved to successfully realize the new opportunity we now see the contours of.