“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.
Singapore’s first-ever Slush was headed by Aalto EE EMBA alumna Anna Ratala, with Aalto EE partnering in the event.
"We strive to be the world's number one service in the industry", says Pekka Laurila, the co-founder of the space technology startup Iceye.
“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.
The investment in employees is generally substantial, but how many companies really know what they get in return, says Aino Tenhiälä, Postdoctoral Researcher at Aalto University School of Science.