in the media

A tireless futurist, Trond is frequently covered in the press on topics of AI, disruption, startups, public health, leadership, technology, manufacturing, and the future of work. Trond’s work has featured in a variety of business, industrial, and mainstream media, including on CBS News, in The Boston Globe, NPR’s Cognoscenti, Fast Company, Forbes, Fortune, IndustryWeek, and MIT News.


Interview on Primetime with John Dickerson, CBS News, 24 July 2023


Biomanufacturing Needs New Processes to Flourish, IndustryWeek, Nov 3, 2022

POV: The future of industry isn’t digital, Fast Company, Nov 2, 2022

What’s ‘augmented lean’ and how could it decarbonize supply chains?, World Economic Forum Agenda Blog, Nov 1, 2022.

How To Manage In Manufacturing, Forbes, Oct 13, 2022

Is Industry 4.0 Still Relevant?, Forbes, March 24, 2022

Why Banks Fear Bitcoin, Fortune, Nov 20, 2014

Ebola: The dark side of globalization, Fortune, Oct 20, 2014


What is the metaverse? A look at what Big Tech views as the next stage of the internet, NewsNation, Oct 28, 2021

BOOKS Future ready – how to map the four forces of disruption and succeed with business insights, YourStory, May 20, 2021

These four forces are key to disrupting industry trends, TechRepublic, May 12, 2021

Seriegründeren om virkeligheten etter viruset: Ut med enhjørninger og innovasjonsdirektører, Maria Amelie, Shifter, April 15, 2020

The Covid-19 Domino Effect, What’s Next?, Chloe Demrovsky, Forbes, June 23, 2020

A Look Through Futurists’ Eyes, IndustryWeek, Feb 6, 2020

Move Beyond Disruption: Interview with an Accidental Futurist, LinkedIn, Aug 19, 2019

Disruption Games: Wellesley entrepreneur’s new book seeks to spark smart change, The Swellesley Report, Aug 6, 2019

STEX25 strengthens collaboration between startups and industry, MIT News, Nov 14, 2017

From MIT, crowdsourcing a response to EBOLA, Boston Globe, Nov 12, 2014