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Affect research explores how affects, sensory and bodily sensations, are created, and how they have an effect on employees and customers in organisations.
The award granted by the Academy of International Business was handed out at the Academy’s yearly congress in Copenhagen.
Locally-based Haitian social entrepreneurs empower disaster-stricken villagers to rebuild and improve their communities
The Academy of Management Journal has just published a paper titled Collective emotions in institutional creation work, which has been produced at Aalto University School of Business in collaboration with the University of Birmingham. The paper addresses the often overlooked issue of how communities rebuild long after the NGOs have moved onto the next disaster.
The dismantling of obstacles to decentralised energy should continue.
What does entrepreneurship mean for sustainable development? 3 distinct things, according to EU policy
Mixed meanings may muddy take-aways for firms and national governments
Aalto University’s CEMS Club encourages students to enjoy vegetarian food with the Good Citizen Card.
Academy Research Fellow Toni-Matti Karjalainen knows how Finnish metal music contributes to the Finnish country brand.
Climate march can make a difference.
Professors Carl Fey, Ingmar Björkman and Eero Vaara are remarkable faculty members in the field of International Business
JIBS 50 Years Medals were awarded for Exceptional Contributions to the Journal.
Selecting the Courses of the Year 2018 started a new tradition, which highlights the high quality and ever developing teaching at the School of Business.
Dissertation: Team entrepreneurship experiences develop students’ abilities to notice and utilise different opportunities in working life
According to the research, understanding and mutual respect develops through working together in teams.
It is one of the most prestigious awards in the energy and environment sector.
Conflict Management was simulated in class at the School of Business.
The lectures are open to all and free of charge.
Corporate Communication master’s degree student Tiina Mikkonen received a Jane K Klausman Women in Business scholarship
Jane K Klausman Women in Business scholarship is available for women studying a business or business-related subject who demonstrate outstanding potential in the field.
Theory comes to life in imaginary case exercises in the candidate course of the entrepreneurship.
Iiris Saittakari’s dissertation among the best four dissertations in international business in 2016–2018
Iiris Saittakari’s dissertation is entitled "The Location of Headquarters: Why, When and Where are Regional Mandates Located?".
Companies can work as change agents, Assistant Professor Tiina Ritvala says.
The course provides doctoral students with in-depth knowledge and skills for conducting case studies and justifying their choices.
The student and learning are at the centre of teaching, says Assistant Professor Taija Turunen.