Press


OPINION PIECE, POLITIKEN
September 2020

The invisible vulnerability

It is a life changing event to become a parent. However, for some the new situation leads to a crisis. These families do not always get the support, they need: some find it difficult to accept the fact that they are vulnerable and reach out for help, and some are afraid to be honest about their situation, as they fear for the consequences. These are some of the key points in our opinion piece, published in the Danish newspaper Politiken.


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OPINION PIECE, BØRSEN
April 2020

A strong working community requires proactive leadership

Healthy organisations often have a culture with a strong community feeling. Our studies of workplaces – from top law firms to slaughterhouses – have shown clear patterns in how successful leaders proactively work with creating and maintaining strong working communities. See the key findings in our opinion piece, published in the Danish newspaper Børsen.


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ARTICLE
April 2019

Families in vulnerable situations

What are the key barriers to accepting help, when families with small children are vulnerable and need an extra hand? Maple’s Rikke Schrader and Catja Nilsson describe the three main issues in this article, published in the magazine Sundhedsplejersken (“The Health Visitor”).


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OPINION PIECE, BØRSEN
June 2020

Climate communication with an impact

Companies’ communication about climate initiatives is often too abstract, which mean that they miss the opportunity to engage consumers. However, companies that communicate concrete initiatives and tell what they have already done, rather than what they intend to do, are seen as more trustworthy. This is one of the key points in our opinion piece about climate communication, published in the Danish newpaper Børsen.


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PODCAST
February 2020

Is the culture fit for fight?

Listen to a discussion about Energinet’s culture and its impact on the organisation’s strategic direction. Energinet’s CEO Thomas Egebo, Communication Director Helle Larsen Andersen and Manager Catja Nilsson from Maple discuss the results of Maple’s analysis of Energinet’s culture and how to implement the findings.


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ARTICLE
April 2018

Life after transplantation

Maple’s Johanne Staugaard Johansen talks about a gap between patients’ and doctors’ perception of life after a kidney or liver transplantation – in an interview published in Sundhedspolitisk Tidsskift (Journal for Health Policy).


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ARTICLE
June 2019

A new type of public meeting

A journalist’s coverage of a new type of public meeting, hosted by Fredensborg Municipality. The public meeting was based on Maple’s anthropological study of the identity of the village of Karlebo, its citizens’ behavior, dreams and frustrations, and the citizens discussed the results and potential solutions.


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ARTICLE
April 2017

Patients’ quality of life

Patients’ quality of life can be significantly improved if health care professionals understand the patients’ everyday life to a higher extent, and provide the patients with knowledge and guidance that meet their needs and challenges – rather than purely focus on medication. This is one of Maple’s Johanne Staugaard Johansen’s key points in an interview with the union PharmaDanmark.


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