Philips has grown stronger from the pandemic: This has been an organizational stress test

Few other firms have been on the front lines of the Covid-19 pandemic to the same extent that healthtech firm Philips has, with the crisis causing marked organizational changes in the Nordic business, while infection rates were at a high.

Philips Nordics Vice President Nille Klæbel. | Photo: Philips / PR

At Philips Nordics, staff members held their breaths, went Scandinavia went into lockdown in spring.

What would happen to the product sales that depended on open clinics and stores? And how would the firm accommodate the massively increased demand for products that can supply oxygen and monitor intensive-care patients?

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