Utilizing an agile structural approach in process development

Utilizing an agile structural approach in process development

23 October 2017 — To avoid the embarrassment of failed process development or ERP system, combining agile approach with process structure should be used. This article provides a practical way to solve the core problem behind the failures – how to reach the employee buy-in.

Reddal Talks: Convincing storytelling for startups and corporate accelerators

Reddal Talks: Convincing storytelling for startups and corporate accelerators

28 December 2017 — A convincing storyline is important for startups when communicating with investors. This video talks about how to do it right. We also discuss corporate accelerators. These can drive innovation, but only if customers are actively involved along the process.

Applying an iterative “lean startup” approach to geographic expansion

2 October 2013 — “Lean Startup” is an increasingly prevalent doctrine for startups around the world. In addition to product development, the lean startup ideas and best practices can be applied in corporations more broadly especially for new corporate business ventures and, particularly, market expansion for globally ambitious companies.

Exploring new growth paths for technology SMEs

Exploring new growth paths for technology SMEs

26 July 2019 — Reddal Client Director, Dr. Per Stenius, was invited to speak on real life technology transfer experiences and insights into new growth paths for technology SMEs at APCTT Regional Workshop 2019, India.

Ensuring the value creation of your growing ICT investments through continuous portfolio management

Ensuring the value creation of your growing ICT investments through continuous portfolio management

21 June 2011 — The importance of information and communication technology is increasing in all companies. Still, many companies are not monitoring value creation of ICT investments. In this article we describe why the importance and difficulty of ICT portfolio management has increased and what kinds of actions are needed to ensure the value creation of ICT investments.

Energy storage systems (ESS) – disrupting industries

Energy storage systems (ESS) – disrupting industries

31 July 2015 — Energy storage systems (ESS) are one of the most critical components that is leading the change of the entire energy industry. As technology continues to develop the industry dynamics, the energy sector is likely to be very active, offering opportunities to players with a clear strategy.

Indoor tracking and maps: The hype died, but the show is not over

Indoor tracking and maps: The hype died, but the show is not over

6 March 2016 — Between 2013 and 2015 hype around indoor tracking built up. Yet today nobody seems to talk about indoor tracking or remember the apps. While the hype has died, work has continued in the shadows addressing both issues with tracking technology and indoor maps.

Robots – the age of adaptive robots

Robots – the age of adaptive robots

28 July 2016 — A new industrial revolution is underway prompted by a new generation of robots. Powered by new digital technologies, robots are now seeping into areas that require more sophisticated and adaptive skills, like logistics or even customer-facing services.