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Discover the potential of IoT solutions
Generative AI tools at Futurice, May 2023
Are German companies ready for twin transition?
The rise of the software defined vehicle - what are they and why do they matter?
How a combination of digital and data can be harnessed to create future sustainable business models
How equipped is your organization to be co-adaptive?
Pattern library playbook: Get set up for success
Futurice Quantum Computing Workshops
FutuStories - Nine things that make me happy, an interview with Till Kleinhans
Find focus faster with co-adaptive strategy
Delivering intuitive and market-relevant products and services with agile methods
Uncovering product discovery
Building a culture of trust, care and transparency in Stockholm
Steering and measuring the success of product
How data-powered ecosystems can transform customer relationships and reimagine business opportunities
Martta Riihimäki joins Futurice Sweden as Managing Director
FutuStories - Making an impact both at work and after – an interview with Eloise Smith-Foster
Leading complexity and building great products
Playful design supports both creativity and innovation
Why invest in better product management?
10 benefits of sustainable business transformation - and the risks of inaction
Agile and Sustainable: The Winning Formula for Business Growth and Resilience in 2023
FutuStories - Meet Tech Lead Johan
FutuStories: From cobbler to coder – Liisa Lahti’s career journey
Introducing the Futurice culture handbook 2.0
FutuStories: Henry Burnett’s story
Our new Group CFO
Brand evolution turned out to be an internal communications learning journey
Azure Immersion Workshops Winter - Spring 2023: AI and Analytics
Digital Transformation: Driving Innovation and Resilience in the Digital Age
Tech Trends for 2023 and Beyond
Shifting from time-to-market to time-to-value and why it matters
FutuStories: Eight things I’ve learned about communities – an interview with Thomas Eichhorn
Supply chain management will become increasingly data-enabled
Modern managed services