The expertscenario initiative is based on the theories presented in the university literature The hidden treasure chest (Bergstrand et al, 1993) and The New Business Information (Bergstrand et al, 1995).

When The hidden treasure chest and The new business information was written, computerization was only in its infancy. Yet it was very clear that the traditional economic control instruments began to encounter problems with increased demands in product cost calculations. Implications that were a clear signal of a growing proportion, against product and customer, non-measurable work behind the desks in companies. A growing fog covering overhead cost within which unproductive bureaucracy can grow and which in the long run risks triggering a serious economic crisis in companies.

Quote from The Hidden Treasure Chest:

"The orienteer runs according to the compass bearing. Consequently, if the compass shows errors, the orienteer gets into trouble. The income statement and product cost calculation are the compass of a business. A compass that was once developed to guide us to the geography of the industrial society. A compass we argue gives more and more misspellings, the more elements we received from the soft terrain of the information society".

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Bert-Olov Bergstrand

Bert-Olov has many years of experience from senior positions in the industry and as a customer and vendor of IT systems.

His main focus is on business development in private and public businesses.

Bert-Olov is an author of University literature. The books The Hidden Treasure Chests (1993) and The New Business Information (1995) highlighted the probability of growing soft refinement and its models form the basis of Post-Industrial Accounting Model (PIAM) and PostIndustrial Management Model (PIMM).

The Hidden Treasure Chest has The Swedish Association of Graduates in Business Administration and Economics signature.

He has also been Assistant Associate Professor at Lund University.

On his spare time, Bert-Olov loves being with family, with grandchildren, but also within the politics of Residence in Sweden.

cell: +46 70 311 68 45


Christer Lundgren

Christer works as strategy, method & business Consultant, as well as leader and manager for more than 25 years. His clients are in a wide range of businesses from manufacturing industries, banks and service-producing companies to public organizations incl. health organizations.

Christer has worked as an educator, consultant and advisor since 1982 and then through several leading consulting companies.

Over the past fifteen years, Christer has worked with the establishment and development of IT consulting business focusing on regulatory science (Life Science) and Telecom in Sweden and Denmark in addition to a number of process development, training, implementation and strategy assignments for major operations, mostly in  construction- , energy and education industries.

Christer is also co-author of a number of publications, including The Hidden Treasure Chest (1993) that forms the basis for the contents of the expertscenario initiative.

cell: +46 70 322 27 49


Stefan Johansson

Stefan is a serial entrepreneur, running several businesses, mainly in the IT and digital services sector.

Stefan's speciality is sales organizations, where he act as management consultant, key perfomance indicator developer, process & organizational design and architecture.

Stefan's  vast experience in sales stretches over more than 25 years.

Stefan is an avid long distance runner as well as a passionate fan of the Italian soccer team AC Milan.

cell: +46 70 378 44 70

The expertscenario initiative is an revision of the booksThe Hidden Treasure Chest and The New Business Information.

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