Jarkko Turunen

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 53% (10 of 19)
Location: Helsinki, Finland
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,435,780 - Total Helpful Votes: 10 of 19
The Power of Mobility: How Your Business Can Compe&hellip by Russell McGuire
The book describes how mobility brings value to businesses not only by enhancing their internal processes but also how they can make their products, whether physical goods or services, mobile.

The book is easy to read, and provides practical advice. The book is somewhat focused in the U. S. but the conclusions are applicable anywhere.

I consider the book as an excellent check list to the addressing the issues faced when developing products with mobile aspects. In fact, the book concludes that the value of mobility is applicable to any product so mobility should be considered by anyone involved in product development.
Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everyth&hellip by Don Tapscott
6 of 9 people found the following review helpful
The book takes an exciting look into the emerging paradigm of mass collaboration and peer production. What I love in this book is how it provides tools for understanding how this new paradigm can facilitate growth in businesses. In fact, based on the examples in the book it may soon be necessary to follow these ideas in order to grow any business by double-digit figures.

The key insights include:

- how to use peer production to save in R&D costs.

- how prosumers can provide the best ideas for any business.

- how opening business is key for optimising production for cost and performance.

The book is not offering a silver bullet - it also… Read more
The New CIO Leader: Setting the Agenda and Deliver&hellip by Marianne Broadbent
0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The book is about turning challenges facing today's CIOs into opportunities. The issues are outlined and some food for thought is provided.

Worth reading for anyone wanting to elevate their career in an IT organisation. The book also provides insight into customers' thinking for people working in sales and business development in IT companies.