What do magical thinking, salamander tails, free will, the human genome, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights have in common?
On May 5-7, the Tällberg Foundation convened a group of 20 people who have a range of theoretical and practical experience in approaching the issues that face our societies from a systems perspective.
The board of directors of the Tallberg Foundation has selected a new Chairman and a new set of directors.
Tällberg Foundation’s Karin Bruce is one of Svenska Postkodlotteriet‘s selected roles models for a better world – and “today’s hero”.
Every month, Bo Ekman writes in the leading pages of the Swedish newspaper Dalarnas Tidning (FaluKuriren). Here is his January article.
During the fall, the Tällberg Foundation has been a partner to the Swedish Institute and the Swedish Embassy in Zambia in a project aiming at a new kind of partnership between Sweden and Zambia.
On November 21, the Tällberg Foundation, the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) and the SAS Institute hosted an evening conversation entitled “From Big Data to Big Understanding”.
Every month, Bo Ekman writes in the leading pages of the Swedish newspaper Dalarnas Tidning (FaluKuriren). Here you will find his latest articles.
Here follows Bo Ekman’s November leading article, in Swedish.
Here follows Bo Ekman’s October leading article, in Swedish.
Tällberg Foundation takes on Swedish diversity challenges in new ways, in cooperation with Fryshuset and with support from the Swedish Postcode Lottery.