Raportti: Data kestävän kehityksen mukaisessa tuotantoketjun ohjauksessa
The goal of this ’Data kestävän kehityksen mukaisessa tuotantoketjun ohjauksessa’ (Data in the management of the production chain according to sustainable development) report was to outline the capabilities and goals of the actors in the production chain to promote sustainable development through the exchange and utilization of data. Report in Finnish available here https://publications.vtt.fi/pdf/technology/2022/T411.pdf
Fundamental business values and opportunities for (more) digitalized engineering
Report ties together different aspects… The fundamental business values and opportunities for (more) digitalized engineering report ties together different aspects related to doing business with digital twins in the pulp and paper industrial engineering and processing contexts. These practical aspects have been identified, and the understanding in them has been developed during the SEED project especially in […]
How could we evaluate new product concepts to get a better insight if the concepts could be scaled up? To give tools for the evaluation a set of properties affecting scaling up have been identified to help in go/no-go decisions. Quantification of scale up properties give possibilities to compare different concepts to each other.
Innovation ecosystem practices for successful cooperation
Jukka Kääriäinen, Pasi Valkokari & Katri Valkokari
Innovation ecosystems are complex undertakings where group of organisations with different backgrounds and often even representing different industrial domains work together to develop new innovative solutions. Since there are group of organisations working collaboratively this setting requires that the ecosystem has common terminology and clear roles, responsibilities and practices how to operate towards shared purpose. This is not easy task since different interests, as well as actors’ different expectations and mind-sets, may hinder the collaboration.
Tensions offer opportunities for sustainable business development
Marinka Lanne, Janika Miettinen & Katariina Palomäki
Sustainable business has come to stay and companies are now striving for both economically viable and socially and environmentally sustainable solutions and business. This inevitably leads to cross-pressures. Companies have to choose which societal or environmental challenges they grasp and with what intensity. Prioritization is challenging, especially as the operating environment is constantly changing and evolving. However, sustainability and responsibility of business is now a key requirement that needs to guide and even be integrated in companies’ strategies. Tensions offer opportunities for renewal.
To co-create or not to co-create? Joint Offering Evaluation Framework (JOEF) guides when considering whether to co-create with complementary companies.
Leila Saari & Minna Räikkönen
For a single IT solution provider, the customer needs and expectations can be huge, and one company might not have all resources nor competences needed for the full delivery. Joint offering is a concept or a solution that is co-created in collaboration with two or more actors that usually have complementary technological skills or value creation logics.