The Vandalized Kodak Building Part 2

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The Vandalized Kodak Building Part 2

  1. 1. Kodak Vandalized Part 2
  2. 2. We’ll take a look at the interior of the former Kodak  building, outside Stockholm, Sweden…
  3. 3. As society became increasingly digital, Kodak  lost its core business…
  4. 4. … Kodak had about 140 000 employees in the late 1980s…
  5. 5. … Today, around 25 000.
  6. 6. There must be quite a few places like this around the world.
  7. 7. Here’s the main entrance from the inside.
  8. 8. Before the digital revolution, Kodak’s stock was traded at  about 85 USD in 1999…
  9. 9. … Today, the stock has declined to 2‐3 dollars.
  10. 10. Digital technology has burnt it all.
  11. 11. Christian Sandström is a PhD  student at Chalmers  University of Technology in  Gothenburg, Sweden. He  G h b S d H writes and speaks about  disruptive innovation and  disruptive innovation and technological change.
  12. 12. Christian Sandström is a PhD  student at Chalmers  University of Technology in  Gothenburg, Sweden. He  G h b S d H writes and speaks about  disruptive innovation and  disruptive innovation and technological change. But what happened to Kodak? B t h th d t K d k?
  13. 13. Christian Sandström is a PhD  student at Chalmers  University of Technology in  Gothenburg, Sweden. He  G h b S d H writes and speaks about  disruptive innovation and  disruptive innovation and technological change. But what happened to Kodak? B t h th d t K d k? Find out more: www.christiansandstrom.org christian.sandstrom at chalmers.se
  14. 14. Christian Sandström is a PhD  student at Chalmers  University of Technology in  Gothenburg, Sweden. He  G h b S d H writes and speaks about  disruptive innovation and  disruptive innovation and technological change. But what happened to Kodak? B t h th d t K d k? Find out more: www.christiansandstrom.org christian.sandstrom at chalmers.se Images of the Kodak building: http://www.slideshare.net/Christiansandstrom/the‐vandalized‐kodak‐building

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