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Shirah Foy / September 2013 "Orchestrating Competencies to Maximize Global Potential" INTRO: “We are different in more ways than we will ever know. These differences exist because every difference has intrinsic value.” Sakari Virkki calmly explains the foundational principles of his research in a decisive Finnish accent as we sit together in front of a white board he has filled with diagrams and flow charts in many colors. [...]
Sakari Virkki, contributions from Shirah Foy July 2013 The future is unknown – that is for sure. But in some cases history is also unknown, or at least unexplained. This is very true when we take a look at the history of asset management. It is difficult to find even a single article about it. Yet, without knowing the history, it is even more difficult to predict the future.
Sakari Virkki & Shirah Foy / August 2013 "What the Fashion Industry Reveals about Resource Allocation" The fashion industry illustrates the structure of resource allocation systems and demonstrates the benefits of controlling the resources in complex situations such as supply chains and business ecosystems. But the system used in the fashion industry is centuries old and in this sense ‘out of fashion’. Information technologies have boosted the field of resource allocation...