In his position, Joni is driving forward services for Tieto's Manufacturing Customers, in order to make it as easy as possible for them in transformation towards digital business models by utilising industrial internet capabilities.
Please note, Joni has joined the Tieto alumni team and is currently working elsewhere.
Based on my notes from 2016, I was involved in 45 different digitalization projects or proof of concepts during the year. Based on the observations from those 45 projects I tried to summarize the key activities needed in order to build a mastery. More
In this article I’m sharing my thoughts from the manufacturing (make or assembly process) perspective - specifically, the clash between existing paradigms and new technologies. More
I was visiting Hannover Messe at the end of April. It was a good timing since I just returned India with a focus of Make in India program. Hannover provided a good benchmarking point to these two originally government driven initiatives, which have similarities but also differences. More
“Incredible India” is a remarkable campaign launched in 2002 to acquaint foreign tourists with different aspects of Indian culture and history. The campaign was conducted globally, and it was well perceived throughout the tourism industry and travel sector. More
“Why don’t we just focus on our core business and forget all the hackathons, experiments and sprints?” This could be a common managerial question in any established company. But is the internal startup culture hype or a necessity? More
Content (or data) is thought to be the most lucrative area to monetize. Monetization means organization’s ability to generate value out of data, more precisely; how able it is to exchange data to money with a customer. More
Many established companies today are thinking about how to capitalize the opportunities of digitalization in the future. There are many drivers to catalyst the digitalization, like fear or seeing the opportunities. More
Currently, the automation of work is mainly focused on assembly and numbercrunching. It is being slowly adopted to areas such as market cashiers and self-driving cars. By the 2030s, automated cashiers and cars will be the norm and tasks performed by professionals such as doctors, analysts, and accountants might be done by a machine. Researchers from Oxford propose that almost half of US jobs could be automated in a couple of decades, including even management automation. More