Task Force

Change the direction of your company with the team that is tailored for you. You can have the dream team that you have always wanted either for a short change task or a long strategic turnaround.

How to systematically change the direction of the company to be profitable again?

Increase revenue, reduce costs, improve efficiency, diversify the business – simple isn’t it? Do you want to know how to do it in real life?

How do you speed up your company’s strategic change?

Communicate clearly and consistently, prioritize and focus, empower employees
be flexible and adaptable and don’t wait. Would you like to speed up?

How can the company take a quantum leap in the digital domain?

Focus on customer experience, invest in digital talent and technologies and leverage data and analytics just to mention a few topics. Would you like to jump high – now?

What’s the smartest and fastest way to kick start a new offering or business?

Start by leveraging existing resources, including employees, partners and do it with existing customers. Fastest way is to use what you have. Shall we kick start today?

How do you establish the winning team to save or turnaround the company?

Renew the team, foster positive and open culture, set clear goals, measure and hold team members accountable. Do you want to see all the tools available?

How to save the company that is close to bankruptcy?

Assess the situation, make a turnaround plan, communicate and make decisions fast, focus on customer retention and adapt. Would you like to have some help?

Your problem is my mission

People over processes and technology. Change starts from people – always. Technology helps people to succeed.

“All companies can do a full turnaround if they so decide. The more impossible it seems the more possibilities you can find to grow and glow – with the right people – supported by the right technology.”

Mika Repo

CEO, Movirium

Mika Repo

Mika is an entrepreneur with C-level experience and has held several change positions in large companies, such as Nordea, Elisa and Stockmann.