Showing articles for keyword: change management

  1. Global economy is based on continuous growth. That is interesting because, as even a small child understands, continuous and unlimited growth is impossible. Growth can continue until it has consumed its “fuel”, and then turn to degrowth. So, why are intelligent people happily living in a society whose economy is based on impossible princip…

    Ville Lestinen
    by Ville Lestinen
  2. ”There will be so many changes going on in high speed that it probably doesn’t make sense to focus on merging ministries.” This is what the recently nominated Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipilä stated in the end of May. He wanted to underline – contrary to what he envisioned before the parliamentary elections – that no efforts will be…

    Auli Packalén
    by Auli Packalén
  3. Digital transformation is a great example of a change initiative that is more likely to fail than succeed, The pressure to change is usually created by a digital age competitor who is rewriting the rules of the game. Instead of implementing a transformation, should an established company set up an internal start up company, which isn't constrained by old habits?

    Esko Hannula
    by Esko Hannula
  4. When data volumes are huge like with machine data, there is no other way than to automate data collection, to digitalize it. Sensors can collect almost unlimited amount of data without overload or time limits. When question is about traditional process digitalization with humans involved, human resistance aspect appears: Why should I comp…

    Maija Nikula
    by Maija Nikula
  5. “Organization silos are bad! Break the silos!”  I was probably 22 when I first heard about the existence of organization silos, isolated functional units that operate their own empire without knowing and without caring about the surrounding silos. I was told that silos are bad and should be broken. At that time, the magic that was meant…

    Esko Hannula
    by Esko Hannula