Digital transformation is about people
What have we learned about digital transformation in the process?
What have we learned about digital transformation in the process?
How can automotive companies embrace digital transformation? Gian Casanova, MD of Futurice Berlin answers that very question for Inpact magazine.
Digitalization is impacting all sectors of the Finnish economy. Digital initiatives have strategic priority, but do companies have the leadership skills in place to overcome the challenges of organisational transformation that are needed to turn digital opportunities into competitive advantage?
In 2016 Germany's trade surplus reached a new record of €252.9 billion ($270 billion), the largest gap between exports and imports since the country's statistical agency started keeping records.
Digitalization will separate the winners from the losers. How will you know which group you’re in? How can you help your team win? Everyt…
Traditional enterprises need to adopt a culture that aims to disrupt industries and markets through experimentation and speed.
During the past couple of years, we've worked with quite a few local and global media brands such as Sanoma, RTL, Le Monde, L’Equipe and SkyN…
We're bringing Lean Enterprise guru Barry O’Reilly to co-host a Futurice C-Suite innovation roundtable in Berlin, on 21st February 2017.
We're bringing Lean Enterprise guru Barry O’Reilly to co-host a Futurice C-Suite innovation roundtable in London, on 23rd February 2017.
We created a map for digital transformation and our key insights on what is happening, categorised by industry. Take a look and let us know what you think.
So we won ! Kärkimedia Baari was recognized in two of the most prestigious marketing communications and service design competitions in Finla…
I’ve created nine tips to take into consideration when you want to redesign the management system of your company.
About a month ago, a group of about 15 curious entrepreneurs and forward driven business people from different Finnish companies went over to…
With a simple experiment, a neuroscientist was able to teach me why so many organisations are getting it wrong when it comes to the change for digital transformation. The experiment is meant to explain how our brain works and emphasize the role of experience in learning. Yet, it made me also understand how the aggressive marketing of agile development methodologies and frameworks has put many transforming organisations in a hamster wheel.
We help our customers navigate a business landscape radically altered by digital transformation and change the way they work.
Our proven tools of the past just don’t work anymore. It is up to us to develop new capabilities to cope, adapt and grow.
Digital transformation is not only about technology, but rather about reshaping organisation to enable and foster innovation. Building autonomous digital ecosystems within the enterprise can accelerate this digital transformation by overcoming the factory mindset.
We offer start-to-end guidance for your digital transformation process and accelerate your growth through digital business design and cultural change.
Last autumn I moved back to Finland after spending five years in the UK and Germany, building our international offices. The Finland I return…
Futurice is a new breed of innovation consultancy that has digital values at its core. We inject life into digital solutions by designing inn…
It is often beneficial to view the existing strategy from a digital viewpoint. The digital is fundamentally transforming many business landsc…
Developing digital capabilities and innovation culture for a ferry company
Highlights from the Crowdsourcing Twitter Chat I co-hosted with Business Value Exchange.
Digital transformation and new digital business are talked up as top priorities by today’s business leaders. It’s something to facilitate, dr…
Now is the time to redefine the role of CIO in big corporations.
Be empowered, be yourself - How digitalisation can enable us to be who we want to be When 2017-11-16 18:30 2017-11-16 21:30 Where F…
In a world of digital gaming and screen based entertainment for kids, it's nice to see an old toy brand benefit from the digital revolution, increasing their user engagement and brand awareness.
A complete digital sales and delivery platform for the solar energy market
Designing for convenience is one of the hardest things to do. To deliver convenience means you need to understand the context and mindset of the user (every user type) at every moment on their customer journey. It's also incredibly tricky to measure, because people will only tell you when it goes wrong. The advance of the digital era has brought the need for convenience into sharp focus. It's a good thing!
Digital transformation in the media industry means not only serving consumers in multiple digital channels, but catering to the changing needs of advertisers and media buyers as well.
Digital transformation is a billion-euro opportunity for enterprises in all industries. To succeed we need to learn from the big and small winners of the digital world.
Companies invest hundreds of millions in product and service innovation as the number one area for digital transformation. However there is a growing sense that the results are only as good as the cultural strength and alignment of the company involved.
Apply for a ticket to hear world-class executives and experts talk about how to really lead change and win at digital transformation: 28.2.2017 at Tavastia, Helsinki
A groundbreaking IoT service plays a part in the digital transformation of the tyre sector.
Long gone are the days when companies created and delivered their services to a market of passive end users or “consumers”. In the old days (…
Imagine an app that consistently offers you the news and articles you personally find most compelling and rewarding.
As part of the NordicCHI 2014 held in Helsinki, three Futurice Designers had the wonderful opportunity to meet one of the design icons of our times, Mr. Donald Arthur ‘Don’ Norman.
Hanno Nevanlinna speaking at Prosessipäivät: Agile revolution of digital service development
Futurice has appointed former easyJet CIO Trevor Didcock as its first UK non-executive director.
Since 2001, we have worked on over one thousand projects with over 200 customers. We know how to generate innovative ideas and turn them into software that works. Our customers are now turning to us to help them change the way they work.
We're delighted to welcome Fjord’s John Oswald, ustwo’s Alex Crowfoot and Mette Andersen to our London team.
Written by Juho Kinnunen and Sami Koskela 9 minute read Do you want to understand what global players are using to build their own platf…
Futurice has grown into a digital services powerhouse with over 200 technologists, nearly 50 designers and a growing team of business consultants. Europe is our current playground with even bigger plans for the future. Exciting times!
A good IT and technology strategy helps our customers cope with change and deliver tangible results.