13 May 2022 — Reddal's Marine Practice provided an outlook on the Finnish marine industry in light of recent geopolitical and global supply chain disruptions as an invited speaker at the Finnish Marine Industry Association's annual spring seminar.
30 March 2016 — Low productivity is the main challenge facing Southeast Asian economies. There is a macroeconomic imperative to boost productivity but implementation is difficult. In this article, we address automation, efficiency and human capital development as key new business development areas in the region.
10 June 2020 — As enhanced customer experience, customer centricity and intimacy become increasingly common as a winning strategy across the B2B world, we argue in this article that they no longer provide sufficient and clear strategic direction to drive companies toward market leadership. We also propose a revision to a classic framework on market leaders’ value disciplines in today's digitalized business world.
21 June 2011 — Companies seeking growth often balance between growing through organic business development, and inorganic growth through mergers and acquisitions. Organic development is slow, as it takes time to develop and launch new products and technologies, a new business line or broader geographic presence. Programmatic “bolt-on” acquisitions provide an alternative value creation path with manageable risk.
19 December 2014 — Dynamic pricing is a revenue management process where the products or services are priced differently depending on the current demand and supply conditions in the market. This article describes how dynamic pricing can be utilized to improve the top line – from setting up the objectives to execution of revenue management.
29 September 2021 — The Nordic startup ecosystems have grown their significance during the past decades, the development phases and key characteristics of the ecosystems can offer lessons to learn for the Korean startup landscape.
12 October 2020 — COVID-19 is accelerating socio-economic structural changes, supported by policies of European and Korean governments. However, given the magnitude of economic challenges, government actions are not enough.
9 September 2021 — Developing a portfolio strategy is inherently complex due to many alternative opportunities coupled with limited resources, other business specific constraints and uncertainty of future markets. Defining key constraints for individual portfolio businesses and using success gates to track their impact helps in selecting viable strategic options for all future scenarios.