Author Archives: F Carl Stormer

About F Carl Stormer

Founder of Jazzcode AS. Speaker, writer, trainer, jazz musician.

Information about the “Miles Davis: Kind of Blue” case.

We will discuss the Harvard Business School case “Miles Davis: Kind of Blue“, written by Robert D. Austin and Carl Størmer. To learn anything you need to the case before we discuss it.  As you read the case, think about the following issues: … Continue reading

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Jazzcode live

Yesterday we performed at Palace Grill in Oslo.  The place was packed and Bendik Hofseth (pictured) sounded great as usual.  The rest of the lineup included Georg “Jojje” Wadenius, Audun Erlien, Sidiki Camara and myself, Carl Størmer.

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Talks in Tallinn, gigs in Oslo and a leadership training session

Last week I gave one talk in Oslo for Boots, then on to Tallinn, Estonia where I gave two talks for leaders.  The talk in Oslo was with musicians (Tore Brunborg, Jan Gunnar Hoff and Audun Erlien), whereas the first talk … Continue reading

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Busy times for Jazzcode – training, talks and jazz

We have been busy with training, talks and performances.  For the last three weeks we have been training senior consultants and partners at one of the top five consulting firms in strategic thinking and structure communication.  This week we talk talks — in Oslo … Continue reading

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The efficiency of trust and vulnerability – a conversation

Here is conversation I had recently with Deb Mills-Scofield, a fellow speaker at BIF9.  The conversation was recently published in Switch and Shift: Editor’s Note: Carl and Deb met at BIF9 and as usually happens a beautiful friendship and collaboration resulted. … Continue reading

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Jazzcode featured in Harvard Business Review!

Nice writeup about Jazzcode in Harvard Business Review using our slogan “Control is for Beginners”, written by Deb Mills Scofield.

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