Remote working, hybrid teams, digital nomads, the gig economy and a globalized labor market. What will the future of work look like and how can we prepare for the “new normal” already today? Those were some of the questions raised on our track at Internetdagarna in the end of November. We’ve now summarized the learnings from our joint co-lab on hybrid ways of working!
I will be moderating the Future of Work track at this year’s Internetdagarna 2021, together with experts from my network. Hybrid working, remote and the gig economy are some of the subjects we will touch upon. The track will end with a co-lab together with the audience to try and pave new ways forward for hybrid ways of working. Svenska Nomader are proud to once again be given this chance by Internetstiftelsen!
Since the beginning of 2020, I have been fortunate to be part of the project group behind Giglab Sverige – a collaboration between Jobtech Development / Swedish Public Employment Service, Skatteverket, Coompanion, and The Stockholm School of Economics together with Stiftelsen Svensk Industridesign and svenska Labbnätverket. Together we explore paths towards a more sustainable growth of the gig economy in Sweden. As a freelancer / gig worker myself since 12 years, this of course feels like a very important project also on a personal level.
This year marks 10 years since I started working as a communications freelancer. At the same time it marks a transition to remote work and a transformation of the labour market as a result of the pandemic. It is also the year my daughter turned one and started preschool. I wanted to take the time to do a quick recap of the year; the projects I’ve worked on, the people I’ve collaborated with, and the challenges and learnings that were had. My focus this year has been on the gig economy, education, remote work, innovation, community, and the fast growing games industry.
Hack the Crisis Sweden – 7000+ hackers, submitting over 500 solutions to help Sweden cope with the corona virus; as part of an initiative by The Swedish Government the first weekend of April. The objective: come up with solutions that can be implemented within two months and make real impact. We joined – AND WON our category!!