Seven trends shaping tomorrow’s workplace
Written by Cecilie Heuch, EVP and Chief People Officer.
From guiding youth tackling global health challenges to encouraging young women to choose tech, these Telenor leaders and experts are more than happy to share their knowledge and experience.
This past week was an important one in the conversation about Artificial Intelligence and its potential future impact on the workforce and related ethical considerations in Norway.
5G has been the hot topic in our industry this year, as we saw at Mobile World Congress and in subsequent events. As expectations of this new technology soar, here’s what our experts say about where 5G will go in the quarters ahead.
Both Hanna Landgren (29) and Katrina Sponheim (34) had just barely graduated when joining Telenor’s campus at Fornebu. Fresh from school they both took on positions as IT developers in the tech sphere.
Last year, IoT ProtoLab in Trondheim, Norway opened to entrepreneurs, scientists and students on a mission to develop new Internet of Things services and products. Launched by Telenor Group and Wireless Trondheim, it turns a year old this month, and already is churning out a wide array of innovative new products and services.
Gelato may be the last thing on our minds in much of the northern hemisphere at this time of year, but it’s always ice cream season somewhere. That’s where Telenor Connexion’s IoT Cloud solutions come in. With Connexion’s IoT services, Isa, a leading manufacturer of refrigerated cabinets for ice cream and pastry new cabinets, can keep its business customers’ gelato cases connected… and our ice cream perfectly cold.
On 2-4 November, 2018, Telenor Group’s Start IoT programme hosted the very first Narrow Band-IoT (NB-IoT) hackathon in Norway. A total of 35 students from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) spent the weekend working on solutions for monitoring indoor and outdoor air quality.
Ask any Telenor employee what they’re most proud of, and chances are they’ll say this: that we’re helping empower societies. Or that we’re reducing inequalities.
To best connect people, we have to connect with people. We do this to understand what matters most to them and how what we provide – mobile connectivity – affects their lives. Here’s what we found when we talked to more than 1000 women in Scandinavia and Southeast Asia about exactly this.