Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo has arrived in Stockholm for his 2010 Tällberg Foundation internship (made possible through the David Sjögren Memorial Fund). He will be here until late June and play an active role in the Rework the World Summit.
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The Tällberg Forum and its founder Bo Ekman received the Gold Horse Enterprise Prize from the Municipality of Leksand in Dalarna, Sweden.
Johan Rockström, Anders Wijkman and Bo Ekman among the leaders in Sweden on environmental issues.
Professor Russell L Ackoff, management thinker, organizational theorist and Professor Emeritus at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, passed away on 29 October 2009.
Planetary Boundaries: A Safe Operating Space for Humanity is presented in the prestigious scientific journal Nature on September 24th.
The Tällberg Provocation is an urgent message to all those who are actively involved in the negotiations of the post-2012 climate agreement.
On 10 September 2009, Bo Ekman led a seminar at the United Nations in New York.
With the new book “The Nature of Technology: What It Is and How It Evolves”, the long-time Tällberg friend W. Brian Arthur provides us with a powerful framework that helps us understand and talk about technology.
Conversations in attractive surroundings that are less hurried and more focused can produce impressive results, leading to multi-year action. This is where the Tallberg Forum excels, writes Christine Loh in the South China Morning Post on 2 July 2009.
Nyamko Sabuni, Minister for Integration and Gender Equality, Sweden gets a standing ovation at the Tällberg Forum 2009.