Redefining the next normal podcast
The SHIFT community has a thing or two to say about the future – now also in a podcast!
The podcast is in Finnish, but no worries, the entire SHIFT Business Festival program is in English.
Worklife has changed a lot in recent decades and years. The world, like working life, has experienced digitalisation. What kind of leadership is required in today’s digital work environment. And how can corporations invest in employee well-being, resilience and the work environment? By what means and why is it worthwhile to invest in the work experience and working conditions of the staff?
Come and listen to what Aku Varamäki and Timo Lappi think about these topics!
Aku Varamäki is a workday designer at Workday designers. She is on a mission to design better workdays, careers and employee experiences. Timo Lappi is a CEO at Heltti Oy and he enjoys building challenger companies, new business models and great places to work, powered by digitalization.
Episode 10: Redefine the next normal of corporations and sustainability with Katri Kennedy, Business Lead, Sustainability Strategist at Ramboll and Kati Ihamäki, Vice President, Sustainability at Fiskars Group.
Corporations and sustainability. How can we combine these two and make them work? What opportunities do corporations have to move to green and what does it require? How can sustainability be included in corporations and how is it talked about? What kind of knowledge and skills do companies and personnel need to make sustainability effective for their business as well?
Katri Kennedy is a Business Lead, Sustainability Strategist at Ramboll and she is interested in how organizations develop through people and how to view sustainability as a business opportunity. Kati Ihamäki is a Vice President, Sustainability at Fiskars Group and she is a sustainability professional.
Episode 9: Redefine the next normal of sustainability with Outi Toivanen-Visti, sustainability specialist and partner at Green Lynx Company Oy, and Niklas Kaskeala, Chief Impact Officer at Compensate.
Sustainable development, carbon dioxide emissions, and climate change are all today’s important topics. How could we keep the discussion of climate change going on and get more people to think about it? What could we do to reduce our carbon footprint and achieve a carbon-neutral future? How has responsibility thinking and sustainability reporting changed over the years in companies? Listen to find out what experts of the field, Niklas Kaskeala, the Chief Impact Officer at Compensate and Outi Toivanen-Visti, a sustainability specialist and partner at Green Lynx Company Oy think about these topics.
Episode 8: Redefine the next normal of digitalisation and leadership with Jukka Holm, the managing director of Visma Enterprise Oy and Riina Hellström, founder and agile enterprise coach at Agile HR Community.
Leading people have become more important in global crises and in rapidly changing situations. What digital tools help to lead and stay agile? How have the big changes shifted the needed leadership skills?
Dive into the future of leadership with Jukka Holm, the managing director of Visma Enterprise Oy and Riina Hellström, Agile Enterprise coach, HR Community.
During the pandemic, work-life has become more digitized. What new opportunities have the change brought to leadership other than digitalization? How has the change shifted the needed leadership skills? What can you lead, and is there anything you cannot? Dive into the future of leadership with Milja Köpsi, the leader of Mimmit koodaa- program (women code- program) & Antti Kiukas, CMO at Siili Solutions.
In the season final episode of Redefining the Next Normal- podcast Teppo Kuisma and Sini Toivonen talk about how sales and marketing have changed over time, how industries that are able to utilise digitalisation, automation and scaling fast are thriving, and what kind of new opportunities has the pandemic created for international growth. The episode was recorded live as part of SHIFT Business Festival 2021 program.
International studies show that inclusion and diversity are assets for business. Bringing together a variety of voices is proved to nurture innovative thinking and creativity. More crucially, it all comes down to people. To make the work culture safe, different voices heard and opinions valued, steps towards inclusion and diversity strategy are needed. Where is the debate over diversity heading in the corporate world?
Digging deeper into health technology – the fourth Redefining the next normal episode covers how technology is being used to improve our well-being and capabilities to understand it. Nelli Såger leads the development of the chronic care platform at BeeHealthy with the mission of making healthcare smarter for everyone. Teemu Kurppa is the CTO of Oura, the finger-based wearable that makes sense of your health data.
What all is worth digitalising? During the pandemic, digital service providers have taken a key role. Quick digitalisation, automation, and scaling have enabled tremendous growth. Listen to the third episode of Redefining the Next Normal with Elias Aalto, founding partner of Wolt, and Teemu Malinen, CEO of Sofokus. The piloting season is for our Finnish followers only – thank you for your understanding.
Work today is very different from work 100 years ago. In the second episode of Redefining the next normal, we talk about future working life skills, the significance of work to an individual, and navigating the constant change. Podcast host Petri Hollmén had the pleasure of deep-dive into work talk with Helena Auramo, CEO of Prönö, and Energy and Business Coach & Co-Founder, Nina Karlsson. The piloting season is for our Finnish followers only – thank you for your understanding.
Food plays a central role in everyone’s daily life. However, the number of people defining the new trends of what we eat and how our food is produced is quite limited. Henri Alén, a successful chef & influencer, and Lauri Reuter, former researcher, current food tech VC investor, are some of these people.
In the first episode of Redefining the Next Normal Podcast, Henri & Lauri talk about food as work, food production, food tech ventures, and our planet’s future through the food industry lenses. Tune in and enjoy 55 minutes of sweet food talk.
The podcast is hosted by Petri Hollmén and sponsored by Lyyti.
We thank Bonfire Agency for the professional production.