// Hello, and welcome to the Society Beyond hackathon.



What´s Society Beyond

Creating LEAP together with all of you made us so happy and excited about planetary opportunities and it sparked the idea to create a bigger enabling system for leaders and entrepreneurs all over the world to learn, develop their leadership and innovate towards a sustainably thriving world, using science as a treasure map.

This is what the 1-day Society Beyond Hack is all about, to co-create that enabling system together with you

We have a bunch of insights, hypothesis and solutions in mind but want to be challenged and expanded by the brilliant minds and collective superpower. We´ve also invited a few new and exciting people to the mix.


What´s LEAP

Leap is a learning journey and community for driving scalable systemic change within our society and economy. Leap was created between Swedish Institute, Stockholm Resilience Centre and Dedicated Institute with the purpose of enabling a new frontier of leaders to move society beyond our current experience into a state of thriving. The graduates, also known as Leapers, are entrepreneurs, corporate leaders and social leaders with a systemic understanding and drive to shape our shared world. 


Why a hackathon

We will explore three main questions:

  • How can we develop leadership programs that have even deeper impact and enable leaders even more and better?
  • Can we and if so how would we digitise programs to share it with the world and to build out a community platform to support leaders globally?
  • Can we build solutions, systems and methods for graduates and facilitators to bring programs out into the world, producing their own versions of the program and building local teams?


Who will be here

Well you are! You´re a graduate from the program, you´ve enabled or even built the program or you’ve been of invaluable contribution to it. You might also be amongst a handful of new contributors invited because you have some extra layer of magic to spread as we explore the questions above.


Why should you contribute

In the most macro sense of ways - because the world needs us to come together and do this. There are billions of people out there in need of a sustainably thriving world and thousands of enablers of that world that we want to enable. In a more direct sense it´s for you to contribute to a growing community of change makers - better program equals more impact, more tools and a platform equals stronger relationships in the community and tools and structures for you to take the program out into the world will generate a platform for you to scale your impact and opportunities on. 


Who is creating the hack

This is created by Dedicated Institute and Stockholm Resilience Centre

Ways to participate

  1.  Join us in Stockholm for a full day hack
  2.  We would love your input, but if you are not in Stockholm, we will arrange a shorter online session on March 7.




WHEN: March 5th, 2018

WHERE: Downtown Stockholm

TIME: 9.00 - 15.00



Invited superstars



    • Ala Kazlova
    • Aleksandra Mirowicz
    • Anna Kovasna
    • Anna Zabezsinszkij
    • Arevik Hayrapetyan
    • Donata Radziunaite
    • Dumitru Slonovschi
    • Filip Linders
    • Jasur Hasanov
    • Kadri Sikk
    • Karyna Koreiba
    • Klaudia Shevelyuk
    • Lamin Sonko
    • Mariliis Holm
    • Maris Ojamuru
    • Oleksandr Suprunets
    • Rebecka Carlsson
    • Jannica Hedlund
    • Stina Behrens


    • Toni Peterson
    • Oufa Rian
    • Yomi Abiola
    • Stuart Pledger
    • Fabian Pfortmuller
    • Josefina Skerk
    • Johan Rockström
    • Anton Blomqvist
    • Anna Maria Orru
    • Garry Peterson
    • Lisa Lindström
    • Lisa Dyson
    • Victor Galaz
    • Mikael Ahlström
    • Alessandro Amidani
    • Nathaniel Calhoun
    • Mais Irqsusi

      New contributors

      • Alex Neuman
      • Anton Chernikov
      • Charlotte Sundåker
      • Gustav Borgefalk
      • Ashkan Fardost

      Enabling team

      • Sarah Gregersen
      • Per Olsson
      • Fredrik Moberg
      • Nadja Tham
      • Mike Lind
      • Fredrik Wikholm