1. Creativity and innovativeness are dying. We are collectively amazed by Uber and its likes but we end up as part of the problem. Do we even notice what is restricting our thoughts? We have rules, laws and corporate policies for everything. And we are getting comfortable with them. Comfortable to the point that we no longer realize the stupi…

    Tapio Järvenpää
    by Tapio Järvenpää
  2. An ideal organisation should divide its research and development (R&D) resources into three different horizons with different proportions. The three different future horizons all have their own focus, which need to be approached with different methods. All horizons also have different types of problems and solutions, but what is key…

    Taneli Tikka
    by Taneli Tikka
  3. There is a huge intellectual gap between the daily life of a customer and the daily operations of a bank. According to TIME magazine, over 70 percent of Millennials would rather visit the dentist than listen to bank’s message . So, predicting what future holds for banking is per definition impossible. There are multiple unprecedented te…

    Thomas Brand
    by Thomas Brand
  4. Recently my Twitter feed and the blogs I follow have featured an unusually large amount of articles on artificial intelligence. According to the author Sam Harris, the often-stated goal of AI research is to create human-level intelligence. However, he points out that it is a false goal. The computers we use today already possess superhuman…

    Sami Paju
    by Sami Paju