Leadership

Paula Salovaara

“Hang on, I’ll just run up to the car”, Kai Rönnberg answers the call in the same situation as so many other times before. However, this time he’s running to his car on the other side of the world, in Sydney, Australia, where he has relocated. His employer Outotec offered him a new position in early spring that comes with more responsibility, and a chance to see the world and the mining industry from a new angle.

Ville Blåfield

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

Paula Salovaara

“It was a really good module – the whole group digged it.” Aalto MBA student Kai Rönnberg’s account on the change management course flows with praise although he’s still halfway into the last assignment for the course, which has a deadline the same evening.

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.

Paula Salovaara

January is quickly nearing its end, and Kai Rönnberg is heading towards a busy springtime of studies. But first let’s glance back to December, and see how the MBA module New Ventures Workshop went.

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.

Paula Salovaara

“Hang on, I’ll just back up my car.” A beeping sound carries down the phone line, as Kai Rönnberg sets for his journey to work. He has promised to talk about the fall semester at the same time, which he has found interesting but busy. A business trip to Australia messed up his calendar, and it has taken some time to get back to normal.

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