Leadership for What's Next: accelerating digital and technology transformation.
With a population of not more than 10 million, Sweden is in a league of its own when it comes to developing new technology. Some of the most significant triumphs in online innovation are Swedish creations. Having both great local knowledge and a deep functional understanding of the sector, Amrop is positioned as a leading Search Partner within the Technology sector when it comes to finding Leaders for what's next!
Amrop Sweden has vast experience from Executive Search assignments in all sub segments within the tech sphere. Apart from being great recruitment consultants, we have functional experience from line management roles in companies where digital transformation has been key.
Most of our existing clients are large Swedish, European, US or Asian companies where we recruit on Executive Management team level. Thanks to our experience from the Start-up scene and track records in assisting Unicorns during their journey, we are also heavily involved in helping Venture Capital firms when investing in fast-growing companies. Our integrated approach with assessment and recruitment, and a tight team of Executive Search consultants and psychologists have created high value for many investors.
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Wise Leadership and AI
The trend towards ‘techno-nationalism’, where a nation relies on its own resources to become a leader in AI machine learning
and other crucial strategic tech areas, is fully underway.
The Digital Interviews
Mikael Norr, Amrop Sweden
Managing Partner at our Stockholm office and a member of Amrop´s global Digital Practice, we spoke to Mikael about leadership in the tech sector.
The coronavirus crisis has brought us closer to ‘Business
Modernism’, showing us that organizations need a new breed of adventurous leader who can develop a new interface between people and technology.
What Really Counts in Digital Leadership?
To say that many non-tech organizations are struggling with digitization is probably an understatement. The quest to implement digital strategies at the right time, with the right results, is a huge task. It demands exceptional leaders,
people who are first and foremost bridgebuilders, fluent not just in digital engineering, but in strategy engineering.