Webinar: How to Capitalize on Agile, the New Currency of Business
Leading market analysts regard agility as a must for organizations that want to grow. In the recent study by KPMG Agile or Irrelevant, 67% of the 1,300 interviewed CEOs felt that agility is the new currency of business.
What, in practice, does it take to lead an agile operation or become an agile organization in today's digital world?
In this webinar, Panu Hannula, CIO of Musti Group, the leading Nordic pet specialist retailer and Niilo Fredrikson, CEO of Efecte, the European alternative for cloud-based service management, will answer these questions and share their experiences on:
- How they see agile
- Why is it important
- What are common pitfalls and strategies for success
- Real-world examples of using agile practices that have allowed fast international growth
By viewing this webinar, you will have the opportunity to listen to these two industry leaders' opinions and past experiences regarding the topic of business agility.
Panu Hannula, CIO, Musti Group
Panu is a customer oriented business technology professional with a strong experience in business and process development. Panu has successfully led several business infrastructure and IT renewal initiatives, service and organizational transformations, solution development programs and multinational teams. Panu's core focus has been on business transformation with the help of IT, digitalization, people involvement and strong execution to get things done. Panu describes himself as a pragmatic leader and networked team player with an open mind and high ambition level.
Niilo Fredrikson, CEO, Efecte
Niilo is passionate about technology and growth. He enjoys building businesses that help customers transform through the magic of software. Niilo joined Efecte first as board member in 2017, and has been CEO since 2018. Previously, Niilo served in leadership roles at some of the leading software organizations in their fields, including Microsoft and Nokia. He started his career successfully founding and growing startups, and still describes himself as an entrepreneur by heart.