News: Archive 2012
Jaakko Honko medals were awarded to six persons who have significantly influenced research in business and economics. The medals were awarded at the School of Economics during the Jaakko Honko Lecture on 23 January 2012.
In a world where time is money, it is trendy to combine pleasure with benefit. That's usual nowadays also in company presentations: Aalto IB run on 3 May combines networking with running.
The results of the Nokia Green Mobility Project conclude that applications of the 11 countries analysed USA has the largest potential for reducing carbon dioxide emissions via the uptake of mobile. Also the CO2 abatement potential is globally significant.
- There is a new generation of services emerging that blurs the roles of server and user. This change in paradigm is a result of growing number of problems causing need for more and different kind services.
- Based on the immediate feedback, both the exhibitors and students were happy with the ARENA Career Fair 2012. We collected written feedback during the fair and will receive it also afterwards which will help us to further develop the fair, says Head of Corporate Relations and Career Services Jonna Söderholm from Aalto University School of Business.
How does a manager’s outlook on life affect his or her managerial and strategic decisions? What does a manager need to find in him/herself when taking on new responsibilities and in order to be successful in a new task?
Aalto University Executive Education (Aalto EE) earned the top overall rating in a corporate image survey by Finnish market research company Taloustutkimus Oy. The survey covered 26 firms providing education in the Greater Helsinki catchment area. Aalto EE achieved an overall grade of 8.30, while the sector average was 7.68.