Karlstad Business School and Wollongong University in new cooperation with PE2019-11-17
Can agile thinking contribute to greater focus on value-creating deliveries instead of being impeded by the initial demands? This is a question that Odd Fredriksson, Business School at Karlstad University, Rodney Clarke, University of Wollongong, Australia, and Tord Larsson-Steen, Projektengagemang, jointly want to explore.
The three partners have an overlapping area of interest with a focus on business development enabled by IT use, combined with a driving force to understand and solve the real problems in business relationships and to design the right solution. This requires an understanding of what actually happens in a business flow between partners. A successful implementation process, which often is complex, is required in order to fully realise the desired effects from using the designed solution.
Odd Fredriksson, Rodney Clarke and Tord Larsson-Steen met last summer to discuss plans for carrying out an industrial project based on the use of a 360-degree camera. Video-based Virtual Reality, VR, has been popularised by companies such as Go-Pro. In this three-party cooperation the 360-degree camera will be used to describe events and activities in a specific industrial setting.