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Starting and growing a software company from scratch with just your own money (or your parent’s)! - Gerhard Guron & Fredrik Einarsson
Feb
26
12:00 PM12:00

Starting and growing a software company from scratch with just your own money (or your parent’s)! - Gerhard Guron & Fredrik Einarsson

Are you thinking of becoming an Entrepreneur? Is it possible to start and grow a great software company without any external capital? And if so, how do you do it? And what are the reasons you should considering it?

Founder of Ongoing Warehouse, Gerhard Guron talks about this and how he and Henrik Ekman started Ongoing Warehouse ten years ago. Fredrik Einarsson who graduated from Chalmers four years ago will also take part and speak about his role as CEO for Ongoing Warehouse and his thoughts about continuing the journey forward.

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Free your full human potential - Tor Eneroth
Mar
5
12:00 PM12:00

Free your full human potential - Tor Eneroth

If you believe that people are key to build high performance teams, and curious to know more about how to release our full human potential, you should invest time and come to this Brown Bag Lunch.

Tor Eneroth will give you the basic understanding and some tools for how to visualize the intangible human dynamics at play in a team (their culture) and the key components for how to grow successful team cultures. You will get tips on how to work with both yourself and the team you lead or are part of.

Tor will specifically talk about what he believes you need to think of in small, agile, fast moving, innovative and entrepreneurial teams.

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Transitions Talks - Rights of nature
Mar
6
11:30 AM11:30

Transitions Talks - Rights of nature

What if we acknowledged that nature has a legal right not to be polluted, undermined and destroyed?

Human activities threaten biodiversity to the extent that we are currently witnessing the sixth mass extinction of species. It is clear that environmental regulation, based on anthropocentric arguments, fails in its efforts to protect the natural environment. In this seminar, we highlight a global movement that promotes the idea that nature has intrinsic value and discuss what role the rights of nature play in sustainability transitions.

Date and time: March 6th, 12.00-13.00

Venue: Veras Gräsmatta

Keynote speaker: Pella Thiel, Rights of Nature Sweden

PanelTBD

https://www.chalmers.se/sv/institutioner/tme/organisation/science-technology-and-society/Sidor/Transitions-talks.aspx

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“This class is not for you” - Does the way we talk about entrepreneurship have gendered consequences?
Mar
20
12:00 PM12:00

“This class is not for you” - Does the way we talk about entrepreneurship have gendered consequences?

This seminar focuses on the language used to promote entrepreneurship education and its potentially damaging effects. It considers the historical development of language used to describe and promote entrepreneurship, and how students respond to the language used in entrepreneurship course descriptions.

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The culture of innovation: a look beneath the surface - Leif Denti
Mar
26
12:00 PM12:00

The culture of innovation: a look beneath the surface - Leif Denti

Many people say that innovation needs a positive culture to thrive. It’s true, bur the concept of culture is foggy and abstract which makes it hard to know how to change it.

Leif Denti, who is a reasearcher and PhD in Psychology at Göteborg University, will during this talk take the word culture down to earth and show a hands-on method to understand what it is all about.

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Transitions Talks  - Divestment
Apr
4
12:00 PM12:00

Transitions Talks - Divestment

What if we moved savings and shifted investments from fossil energy assets?

Climate change calls for an immediate and immense transformation of the global energy system. But vested interests successfully resist change and maintain power and privilege – for example, fossil energy subsidies widely exceed investments in renewable energy, and many national economies are closely linked to fossil fuel interests. Sustainability transitions may accordingly require actions and policies that aim to dismantle existing industrial structures. In this seminar, we explore divestment from fossil energy assets as a tool for sustainable change and discuss how it can be used in different societal contexts.

Date and time: April 4th, 12.00-13.00

Venue: Veras Gräsmatta

Keynote speaker: Olivia Linander, Fossil Free Sweden

Panel: TBD

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Transitions Talks - Democracy
May
6
12:00 PM12:00

Transitions Talks - Democracy

What if we took democracy seriously?

Environmental problems are deeply intertwined with social conflict and poverty. As climate change and resource depletion put increasing pressures on society, more and more people will be forced to migrate in search for means of survival. At the same time, global collaboration, solidarity and democracy is threatened by the rise of right-wing nationalism – refugees are treated as problems, when they are nothing but human beings that flee problems. In this seminar, we highlight the interdependence of (re)democratization and sustainability transitions, and discuss how a democratic perspective can support efforts to promote sustainable change.

Date and time: May 6th, 12.00-13.00

Venue: Veras Gräsmatta

Keynote speaker: Shora Esmailian, Journalist and activitist

Panel: TBD

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Building Trust in Open Innovation Networks - Hans Björkman
Feb
19
12:00 PM12:00

Building Trust in Open Innovation Networks - Hans Björkman

During this talk Hans Björkman will share his experiences from many years of work as a consultant and researcher in open innovation settings. The importance of trust will be discussed, followed by some practical advice and tools related to trust creation. The workshop aims at contributing to practical learning for people involved in many kinds of innovative and entrepreneurial activities.

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Wholehearted, creating integrated leadership - Josefin Lassbo
Jan
29
12:00 PM12:00

Wholehearted, creating integrated leadership - Josefin Lassbo

Greek philosopher Sokrates said: ”The unexamined life is not worth living”, was accused of blasphemy and of corrupting the minds of the innocent. He was sentenced to death. 

The way I see it, we are born as Prima Materia, original and raw matter of creation containing complete potential. Examining yourself is the most advanced form of creativity.

Josefin Lassbo is a price awarded designer, entrepreneur and innovation feedback-giver. She has founded five values based companies. She is also a business mentor and expert on integrated leadership and branding.

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What happens to startups in the end? - Per Hulthén
Jan
22
12:00 PM12:00

What happens to startups in the end? - Per Hulthén

Per Hulthén is a industrial doctoral student at the department of Technology Management and Economics, division of Entrepreneurship & Strategy and an experienced entrepreneur.

Per will share insights from ongoing research into the end outcome of startups in Sweden, Israel and parts of USA. He will also gve advice to entrepreneurs, and other stakeholders, on what to expect if they are successful enough to reach the endgame.

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An Ocean of Opportunity – Exploring new value creation activities for social impac
Dec
11
12:00 PM12:00

An Ocean of Opportunity – Exploring new value creation activities for social impac

In this talk, Robin Teigland, who recently moved from the Stockholm School of Economics to the Division of Entrepreneurship & Strategy as Professor of Management of Digitalization, will present her research and recent activities as a social entrepreneur. Her talk will focus on Peniche Ocean Watch, a digitally-enabled circular economy project based on seabed marine litter that she is co-leading with the goal of rejuvenating an entrepreneurial mindset in coastal communities.

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Lumen Radio -  an entrepreneurial journey that connects Hollywood to sustainable future-proof buildings
Nov
20
12:00 PM12:00

Lumen Radio - an entrepreneurial journey that connects Hollywood to sustainable future-proof buildings

Lumen Radio is a growth company that market and sell low-power and ultra-reliable operating systems, radio modules and products for wireless IoT-applications. Lumen Radio’s CEO Alexander Hellström will during this lunch share the story of how the company has gone from being a niched technology company with an advanced wireless lighting control product for professional lighting to also delivering meshed connectivity solutions for next generation of sustainable buildings. What are the lessons learnt when transforming you company from being a de facto standard in Hollywood while at the same time targeting the much bigger global opportunity of IoT-tech in the smart commercial buildings where you are a nobody?

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"The Epic and Unforgetable Chaos of Julianna"
Oct
5
12:00 PM12:00

"The Epic and Unforgetable Chaos of Julianna"

"The Epic and Unforgetable Chaos of Julianna" Lunchseminar corp alumnis Anna Crona and Julia Pohjanen

 Welcome to this years lunch seminars that will give you a unique opportunity to learn from hard-earned entrepreneurial insights, gained by our alumnis and companies after having working with truly innovative one-year real-life corporate innovation projects. 

First team is the outstanding Anna Crona and Julia Pohjanen, corp alumnis from Volvo Cars 2017/2018. Fasten your seat belts and be prepared for a journey into the corp jungle.

 Bring your own lunch and/or a friend that can be curious about Corporate entrepreneurship track.

 Welcome! 

The Corporate Entrepreneurship team

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Shilan Demir OpenHack - Coding for humanity
Sep
25
12:00 PM12:00

Shilan Demir OpenHack - Coding for humanity

OpenHack –Coding for Humanity

OpenHacks creates a platform for technical solutions to humanitarian challenge. A platform showing  people interested in programming how they can help to make a difference on both a local and global level as well showing aid organizations, governmental agencies and social actors how tech-volunteers can be a vital part of their work.

OpenHack have received great respons from both participants, partners and case contributors verifying that our mission to create a platform for technical solutions to humanitarian challenges is not only valuable but also needed.

Open Hack won the title as "Digital inspirer of the year, 2016" by IDG Sweden. Recently OpenHack has been incorporated into an AB (svb) a limited company with profit distribution limitation, meaning all profit is reinvested into the business. OpenHack have also been selected as a finalist in the Swedish National Finale of Nordic Startup Awards 2018 in Best Social Impact Startup.

www.openhack.io

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Frank Piller - Lean start up – the story of Streetscooter/eGo
Sep
4
12:00 PM12:00

Frank Piller - Lean start up – the story of Streetscooter/eGo

Frank Piller a professor of technology and innovation management at RWTH Aachen University, Germany, one of Europe’s leading institutes of technology. At RWTH Aachen, he currently serves as a Vice Dean for Strategy of the School of Business and Economics. Before entering his recent position in Aachen, he worked at the MIT Sloan School of Management (2004-2007) and has been an associate professor of management at TUM School of Management, Technische Universitaet Muenchen.

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