Leadership

Ville Blåfield

“Nothing like this has ever been done before”, says Fabian Sepulveda, Senior Advisor at Aalto ENT.

Annukka Oksanen

When Susan Duinhoven was given the mission of getting Sanoma through its crisis, she began with her usual method: first looking at the figures, then hearing out the organization.“After interviewing a hundred employees, you know all there is to know”, the CEO explains.

Anu Partanen

Designer and creative director Johanna Uurasjärvi learned her lessons early. Take care of your own brand. If the product doesn’t sell, change it. And if in America, smile. Those lessons have taken her to the top of American design industry. Journalist Anu Partanen met Uurasjärvi in New York. 

Reetta Räty

Marco Mäkinen, experienced advertising agency executive, and Virpi Haavisto, professional coach specializing in managing creative organizations, sat down after leading a training session at Aalto EE. Their discussion pinpointed eight thoughts on creative work – read on!

Joanna Sinclair

Some may not recall how accustomed Finns are to economic growth. Between 1900-2000 the country’s GDP growth was the second fastest in Europe and the fourth fastest in the world. Digital disruption presents a growth opportunity the likes of which occur only once every hundred years.

Ville Blåfield

Urban planning is the most challenging form of leading the masses: implementing a vision in an environment where a variety of “common goods” compete over the same space. Ville Blåfield took a long look around him in New York’s Central Park and listened to what urban planning experts had to say.

Joanna Sinclair

Enterprise Cloud Company ServiceNow’s Vice President of Asia Pacific and Japan, Aalto EE alumnus, James Fitzgerald has a 25-year rock-solid track record of considerable business achievement.

Estève Pannetier and Anu Timmerbacka

Concrete steps to evaluate the level of flow leading to higher performance in your meetings.

Over the course of a year, ten companies searched for ways to elevate more women into leadership positions. As it turns out, there’s plenty of work to be done in changing attitudes among the companies and women themselves.

Ville Blåfield

Visionaries of transition periods have had to get an upper hand over financial straits and change-opposing conservatives – just like Richard Wagner, who transformed the opera in the 19th century. Journalist Ville Blåfield examines what modern-day change managers can learn from the controversial operatic genius.

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