The traditional strategy process is broken. It can't keep up with the speed of change today. In the Reinventing Strategy podcast, we will talk about the latest developments in business strategy.
The State Of Media
Taival CEO Petri Salo and Communications Strategy Director Stephen Lee from San Francisco have a discussion about the state of media in today's world.
Make It Bankable
Petri Salo, CEO @ Taival and Antti Vihavainen, CEO @ Puro.Earth, have a discussion on how to market-enable the planetary cost of CO2 emissions. Antti shares Puro.Earth's story of building the world’s first standard, registry, and marketplace that focuses solely on engineered carbon removal.
From strategy to building digital capabilities
How do you build digital capabilities at the backend of your strategy and how to define that strategy in the first place?
In this Reinventing Strategy episode, we have a guest speaker from a corporate venture building agency Coventures, Marko Oksanen, sharing his experiences and expertise on the topic.
Trends that shape 2021 - RECAP
In the first episode of #ReinventingStrategy this season, Reko and Petri have come together to explore the year 2021 in a little more detail based on what they had predicted a year earlier.
Tune in to hear if they were right in their predictions!
How do ecosystems evolve? - BrainLit X Taival
For this Reinventing Strategy episode, we have invited experts Sari Kola and Tord Wingren to have a chat on ecosystems. Specifically, we will explore how do ecosystems evolve from being basic innovation ecosystems to actual business ecosystems that generate revenue.
Introducing BrainLit, a company that brings bright light indoors to enhance our health, wellbeing, and sleep.
How do M&A deals and ecosystem-based business models combine?
In this episode, Sari, Reko, and Sanna are investigating how to approach the ecosystem-based business from the company valuation angle.
The topic is very relevant and timely also on a global scale.
According to McKinsey's report - 30% of global revenues are going to come from ecosystems by 2025. The observed problem in this is that the lack of frameworks for discussing, analyzing, and valuating the decisions around the ecosystems and their business strategies is a clearing problem.