The Rise and Fall of Nokia: A cautionary tale for innovation programmes

How did a company with a thriving innovation culture that invented one of the most important items of the past 50 years deflate into a shadow of if its former self?

The BBC Four documentary, The Rise and Fall of Nokia, tells this story from the inside. Founded in 1865 as a pulp mill, Nokia moved into mobile phones in the 1970s and became the…

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Service Designer at Citizens Advice. Interested in how culture and technology can work for the benefit of everyone.

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