FlowerHatLadyRider – Fear freezes the brain

The transition from Luna to Quinny was like a huge leap over a chasm . . . and I didn’t make it across. Luna jumped with me the hobby level eventing courses of Kerava, Ypäjä, Niinisalo and Harju. We even participated in a competition at Harju and placed. I’ll never forget the expression on the … Continue reading FlowerHatLadyRider – Fear freezes the brain

FlowerHatLadyRider – When your feelings overrule logic when buying a horse

After the extremely successful Finnish junior show-jumping championships my daughter’s trainer and some of the other parents of junior riders were all excited: “Next year to Young Riders’ GP”. In the truck on the way home from the competitions, my daughter said to me quietly: “Mom, I really don’t want to take Luna to the … Continue reading FlowerHatLadyRider – When your feelings overrule logic when buying a horse

Integration is what matters

Projects used to be separate efforts in an organization carried out by a selected partner or vendor. As the complexity of companies’ ecosystems increases, so does also the number of vendors, dependencies, technologies, cultures, required competences etc. Whether the initiative is the outsourcing of processes or IT, developing digital services, automation or robotics, you will … Continue reading Integration is what matters