Tune in to hear Valmet's professionals and visiting industry experts discuss topics like megatrends, sustainability, innovations and digitalization to give you new ideas and food for thought.
Today, we drill into the grassroot level of service design. Service design is all about doing: building things and communicating things. It’s about finding the right balance between feasibility viability and desirability in the solution we’re working on. Discover with us what service design is at a concrete level and how to use it from strategy building to individual product development. Join us in expanding your view to cover the solution’s entire life cycle.
How can design thinking be used and measured more strategically, and how do we implement it? Listen to some fascinating case examples from our guest speaker Timo Tiainen, representing Kone Corporation, and Valmet’s own design expert Mari Airio, and find out why design thinking matters, regardless of the business context.
Are we secure? The world is changing – remote services are necessary in today’s world between industry and the services provider. Cybersecurity requirements are therefore also growing faster than ever. We gathered three experts in the field at the same table for a topical discussion about cybersecurity in remote connections.
How can the making of pulp and paper become carbon neutral? In this episode, Pirita Mikkanen, Vice-President of Energy at Metsä, and Janne Pynnönen, Head of R&D at Valmet, discuss when and how this can become a reality: What is the role of technology in reducing emissions and what kind of technologies will enable such reductions even more in the future.
What is causing most CO2 emissions in industrial operations and how to remove fossil emissions from industrial operations? In this episode we will discuss how Valmet and Gasum are collaborating to move toward carbon free energy and other carbon lowering initiatives their companies are taking.
Well prepared agreements create the basis and trust for good cooperation between the parties. Contract design and data management are an essential part of a good agreement process. It is also good to understand the key friction points when planning agreements.