Change

Annukka Oksanen

When Susan Duinhoven was given the mission of getting Sanoma through its crisis, she began with her usual method: first looking at the figures, then hearing out the organization.“After interviewing a hundred employees, you know all there is to know”, the CEO explains.

Joanna Sinclair

Some may not recall how accustomed Finns are to economic growth. Between 1900-2000 the country’s GDP growth was the second fastest in Europe and the fourth fastest in the world. Digital disruption presents a growth opportunity the likes of which occur only once every hundred years.

Over the course of a year, ten companies searched for ways to elevate more women into leadership positions. As it turns out, there’s plenty of work to be done in changing attitudes among the companies and women themselves.

Ville Blåfield

Visionaries of transition periods have had to get an upper hand over financial straits and change-opposing conservatives – just like Richard Wagner, who transformed the opera in the 19th century. Journalist Ville Blåfield examines what modern-day change managers can learn from the controversial operatic genius.

Heidi Hammarsten

A change process, even a well-planned one, may run aground if the people concerned are not given the opportunity of participating or processing the issue. However, even change resistance can be transformed into an asset, says Christel Berghäll-Högström, an experienced business and executive coach.

Joanna Sinclair

At its best, digitization enables completely new ways of working and creating value, but technology does little good alone – in fact in worst cases it may hinder your productivity – unless organizations take on a brave outlook on how technology relates to culture and new ways of doing things. Visionary speaker Teemu Arina will be touching upon these issues at his Keynote presentation on April 23rd at DiViA.

Satu Rämö

Join the revolution. Create new business models. Share. Change the game.

Joanna Sinclair

Businesses have nothing on the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies when it comes to risk management. Many commercial organizations take a hit every time something out of the ordinary happens. Profile spoke to Ben Gilad, Mark Chussil and Henri Schildt about risk, early warning systems and how to turn early warning into early action.

Mika Aaltonen

How do companies envision and build their future? What presumptions do they rely on in doing so? What changes do they prepare for? And what if they are mistaken?

Marikka Nevamäki

Janne Tienari is a professor at Aalto University School of Economics, Organization and Management Unit.

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