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Jobtech lab

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Coordinator Arbetsförmedlingen - Arbetsförmedlingen avd ADT
Funding from Vinnova SEK 3 480 000
Project duration December 2017 - June 2019
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

The overall objective was to improve the conditions for labour market actors through data-driven solutions where the results are made available or integrated into existing services, and to create collaboration. The project has generated insights and knowledge about how to operate and package products to best facilitate the ecosystem, innovation and thus the future´s labour market. Several cooperation agreements have been signed to build the ecosystem. In summary, the project has been very successful.

Expected results and effects

The project´s results have been integrated and will be further developed: The organisation will integrate the job scanner´s conceptual visualization of all Sweden´s job ads Business advisors use the Jobbometernss forecasts for which companies will need to recruit and thus reduce vacancy times. The pilot study MyData will be a part of the development of the MyData concept. New collaborations have also been initiated. Ease of use for actors, e.g. municipalities, can display ads via widget It is now easier to contribute to the open source ecosystem with the help of "Metaprojekt".

Planned approach and implementation

We have worked exploratively, lean and according to design thinking methodology to be able to quickly and iteratively evaluate the potential and cost of moving on with our ideas. It has been a very valuable approach as we were able to quickly dismiss the thoughts that would have been very time-consuming or costly. We have found that this approach has been very successful and intends to work in the same way within the unit in the future.

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Last updated 1 March 2019

Reference number 2017-05353

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