*The event is in Danish
We cannot predict the future.
So how do you run a business in a turbulent world? How do we make long-term plans when the game rules are constantly changing? How can SMEs stay ahead of market developments, new sustainability requirements, and new market opportunities? And how can SMEs help shape the future?
Hear from companies that have managed to adapt when the market and the outside world demand it. Learn how your SME can incorporate tangible management principles and methods for long-term business development that enables you to learn from your customers, your partners, and the world around you.
You will be introduced to scenario design as an approach to innovation. The method is a strategic tool to help decision-makers navigate situations of high uncertainty and provide them with simulated solutions to possible future challenges. Read our case collection with five Danish SMEs that improved their business by working with scenario design here.
9.00 – 9.15: Welcome
Julie Hjort, Program Director, Danish Design Center
9.15 – 10.00: Management principles towards future-ready companies
Stig Krogh Pedersen, CEO, Elektro-Isola
Sara Gry Striegler, Program Director, Danish Design Center
10.00 – 10.20: Break
10.20 – 11.00: Development methods for future-ready companies
Sia Oskarson, Director of Fruit Based Raw Materials, Orana A/S
Jakob Voldom, Director of Insights & Strategy Designit
11.00 – 11.45: Partnerships for future-ready companies
Anders Strange Sørensen, Director of Sustainability, Enemærke & Petersen
11.45 – 12.00: Thanks for today
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