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 touched upon these issues at his Keynote presentation in Aalto EE Helsinki at DiViA.
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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.
They say the only thing that does not change is change itself. Our very senses keep us alive by monitoring changes in our environment, and history itself is nothing more – often a lot less – than the story of change.
Yongqi Lou is a vice dean at the College of Design & Innovation and the executive vice director at the Sino-Finnish Centre at Tongji University.
Janne Tienari is a professor at Aalto University School of Economics, Organization and Management Unit.
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?
Aalto EE's Profile spoke to Stefan Einhorn, Mika Pantzar and Sari Stenfors to take a look into our future. The three forerunner interviews shared the same goal: to find out where we are in history right now in terms of change.
Grumbles in the corridor? Did the change not go through as expected? Neuroscience helps us understand why it is a near must to resist change – andhow resistance gradually wears down.