Showing articles for keyword: decision-making

  1. Modern open IT architecture promises innovation and rapid development of new services – something that would have been impossible at a time of closed mainframe systems. Open platforms allow developers and service designers to quickly turn their ideas into tangible prototypes, to rapidly iterate using real-world feedback, creating what the…

    Sami Paju
    by Sami Paju
  2. You’ve heard the terms before, as they’re repeated almost endlessly – “digital” and “digitalization”. And hey, why not? The digital revolution is an interesting, important step for mankind. Still, in the invocation of this, we sometimes forget what makes all this important, and how the meaning of these words at least in part emerges out of…

    Alf Rehn
    by Alf Rehn
  3. ”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
  4. Digitalization offers remarkable opportunities both in increasing productivity, improving wellbeing and reducing environmental impact. Everyone knows this. Everyone agrees on this. Yet progress is painfully slow. Finland still ranks fourth among EU countries in the DESI index of digital economy . However, in the Tufts University digita…

    Oras Tynkkynen
    by Oras Tynkkynen
  5. We are making the history of tomorrow today. We can either create a boring history book or a bestseller, which is going to be a classic. There are some key factors we need to add to our current recipe of success, and some we need to get rid of to make this come true. Good is not the final target. First of all we need to get rid o…

    Timo Nisula
    by Timo Nisula
  6. You are probably familiar with the feeling of having a compelling idea burning inside. You are in flames. Strong urge or flow is moving you towards enthusiastic actions with the feel of joy and high hopes for the future. Do you recognize this moment? If you do, you also might have noticed that many times it is difficult to jump over the…

    Jari Varjo
    by Jari Varjo
  7. System integrations should be seen as a part of business development and not only as investments as still seen in too many organisations. Seeing system integrations as an integral part of business development fits especially well in the agile business environment, where they are not worth planning for the existing business environment. Ins…

    Tuomas Kivisaari
    by Tuomas Kivisaari
  8. In the age of digitalization, Smart Machines, Internet of Things and eCommerce, we quote books maybe more than ever. As we’re living in the turning point of the Industrial and Digital Age, we disseminate information on the web but the knowledge still has its origins in literature. Most decision-makers in almost every field have a traditi…

    Mia Sinisalo
    by Mia Sinisalo
  9. “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
  10. Complexity, uncertainty and unpredictable customer needs are characteristics of current and future business environments. To survive in this complex environment and make more enlightened decisions, organisations need to learn faster than their competitors. Concurrently, wise decision-making requires ability for holistic thinking and sensit…

    Marianne Tenhula
    by Marianne Tenhula
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