May 28, 2020
Old models can not keep up with the pace of change and the level of uncertainty which is why we need to rethink the way we do strategy, renewing it from an annual process towards a continuous practice of scanning key parameters in- and outside the company to enable the corporate leadership and board to adjust in line with the overall strategic charter set for the company.
Path to Sustainable Cost reduction infographic
July 20, 2020
The most common immediate responses to uncertainty are cutting costs and freezing short-term projects. But acting blindly and without a plan won't cut it. Here is an infographic that will help to approach cost reduction more sustainably and strategically.
Sustainability for SME's
June 24, 2020
Sustainability and Circular Economy are hot topics: businesses are aiming to be more sustainable, The EU approves plans like the Green Deal and creates a circular economy strategy. At Taival we believe Circular Economy is a game-changer that will significantly impact the world.
The Strategic Dimension of Circularity Whitepaper
May 26, 2020
A whitepaper that will help you understand the upcoming circular shift, its implications for your business, and what are the steps you should take to stay on top.
Expecting an economic downturn – get ready …. now.
August 16, 2019
The market shows us early warning signs of a recession. The US yield curve (one of the most-watched bond market indicators) shows the strongest signs of recession since the financial crisis of 2007. Brexit and specifically the potential of a no-deal Brexit create perpetual economic and financial uncertainty.
April 21, 2020
Crisis situations require businesses to take rapid action to seize opportunities, address challenges or just to survive. But before acting you need to understand where you are.
End the corporate strategy chaos
October 10, 2017
Traditionally a company had one corporate strategy that was updated on an annual basis. It was defined by the C-level and followed throughout the organization. At times the strategy was broken down to the various business units but kept closely aligned with the corporate strategy. Fast forward some decades to today.