Peter Abrahamsson Lindeblad
- Lund, Sweden
- Information Technology and Services
Peter Abrahamsson Lindeblad's Overview
Peter Abrahamsson Lindeblad's Languages
English(Full professional proficiency)
French(Professional working proficiency)
Esperanto(Limited working proficiency)
Peter Abrahamsson Lindeblad's Projects
Team Members: Peter Abrahamsson Lindeblad, María Paula Llosa, Mathilde Andersson, Emmy Carlson, Håkan Rodhe
- April 2012 to Present
The overall goal of this project was to analyze the feasibility of developing Biogas as an alternative energy source within Firenze county, in Italy. On that purpose we did a deep research as to either understand the Swedish experience on Biogas and the energy picture of Firenze. Our final work was presented to the local authorities at Palazzo Vecchio, Firenze.
Peter Abrahamsson Lindeblad's Publications
Authors: Peter Abrahamsson Lindeblad, Erika Machacek, María Paula Llosa, Jessika Luth Richter, Vasil Zlatev
- UN PRME; Aarhus University; UN Global Compact; Rio+20 UNCSD
- April 2012
Document about Sustainability in Business Schools - Made for the PRME LEADERS+20 Competition
Authors: Peter Abrahamsson Lindeblad
- International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics
- September 28, 2012
Virtual meetings and virtual collaboration technologies are applications where ICT could potentially be used to green business activities. There are, however, uncertainties and disagreements about the organisational effects of increased use of these technologies, which makes it difficult to measure and follow up on outcomes.
This thesis explores the potential effects that virtual meetings and virtual collaboration may have on an organisation. It does so by examining the presence and strength of these effects in a number of Swedish organisations, both public and private. Information has primarily been collected through literature review and a number of in-depth interviews with employees in the organisations studied. The interviewees selected all have substantial knowledge and experience from using virtual meetings and virtual collaboration. The results are analysed with a special focus on seeking explanations for diverging opinions among the respondents and literature. Suitable indicators for measuring selected effects are also suggested.
The findings indicate that the organisational effects of virtual meetings and collaboration depend on a number of factors. The effects are to a large extent determined by the organisation’s capability to set up and communicate goals with its virtual work methods. Moreover the impact of these meetings depends on how the organisations succeeds to support these goals with policies and training that will in turn contribute to a change in meeting and collaboration culture. Also, the effects depend on the virtual maturity of the organisation, i.e. the length and degree of use and diversity of the collaborative tools.
The author suggests a number of indicators and methods that could be used for measuring the effects of virtual meetings. The selection of indicators to measure and follow up on depends on what the organisation has set out to achieve with its virtual work methods.
Energising local capacities - seven pathways towards resource efficiency
Authors: Peter Abrahamsson Lindeblad
- International institute for Industrial Environmental Economics
Strategic environmental development.
Peter Abrahamsson Lindeblad's Skills & Expertise
- Life Cycle Assessment
- Configuration Management
- Requirements Analysis
- IT Service Management
- Environmental Management
- Vendor Management
- Environmental Management Systems
- Team Leadership
- Environmental Impact Assessment
- Sustainable Development
- Green IT
- Climate Change
- Software Development
- Change Management
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