Denmark's Viking past is embedded in its approach to management. For Mette Vestergaard, that means tapping into the passion of her teams as though they were explorers sailing into the unknown. She explains how remote working, no-pressure brainstorming and knowledge sharing are part of what makes the Nordic style of management so successful.
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