Sanna Hyyrynen to lead Aalto EE’s processes, resource allocation and solution production


Aalto University Executive Education (Aalto EE) appointed Sanna Hyyrynen as Head of Solutions & Impact and Delivery & Experience and as a member of the main Management Teams starting August 15, 2016.

Hyyrynen has a solid background in resource planning and management, and she is an experienced project manager; her skills in these crucial areas will contribute to enhanced resource management and customer service in the growing global competition within the industry. Previously she has worked in Management Events as Project Manager, Production Team Manager and Partner.

“Our steady growth requires constant development of our working models and ways of operating and a balance between standardization and inventiveness. I am convinced that Sanna Hyyrynen is able to strengthen our capabilities in these areas when we are preparing for a new leap for growth”, says Managing Director, professor Pekka Mattila.

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Dr. Pekka Mattila
Group Managing Director, Professor of Practice
Aalto University Executive Education Ltd
Tel. +358 40 738 7221

Aalto University Executive Education Ltd

Aalto University Executive Education offers high-quality leadership development services (Aalto EE), professional development services for experts and managers (Aalto PRO), and creative solutions covering the whole life-cycle of entrepreneurship (Aalto ENT). Aalto University brings to our offering a multidisciplinary approach, together with innovative learning methods; this provides a unique combination of practical expertise with latest research. Aalto University Executive Education’s strengths lie in its global operating model and diverse offering.

In addition to Finland and Singapore, Aalto University Executive Education offers education programs in the Baltic countries, China, Indonesia, Iran, Poland, Russia, South Korea, Sweden and Taiwan. Aalto University Executive Education holds three respected accreditations: AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS certificates. This places it in the top 0.5 per cent of the world’s institutions.