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Changes in the top management of Aalto University Executive Education

Doctor of Economics Mikko Laukkanen has been appointed as the Academic Director of Aalto University Executive Education.

Doctor of Economics and Head of Thought Leadership Mikko Laukkanen has been appointed as the Academic Director of Aalto University Executive Education. Dr. Laukkanen will take on the new role starting on April 1, 2015 alongside his current duties. He has served as the director of method development and publications at Aalto University Executive Education since 2012.

The position was previously held by Doctor of Economics, Associate Dean, Business Area Director, Degree Programs Minna Hiillos, who moves to lead the business programs at the Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences. The application process for the new business area director of Degree Programs is currently underway at Aalto University Executive Education.

”I want to thank Minna for her excellent, diligent and constructive work in our company. She has had a prominent role in the successful turnaround of our business since the spring of 2011. I wish her all the best in her new position”, says Professor Pekka Mattila, Group Managing Director and Dean of the Aalto University Executive Education.

For further information, please contact:

Pekka Mattila (D.Soc.Sc.), Group Managing Director, Professor of Practice,
Aalto University Executive Education Ltd
Tel.: +358 40 738 7221
[email protected]

Aalto University Executive Education Ltd

Aalto University Executive Education Ltd offers high-quality leadership development services (Aalto EE), professional development services for specialists 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 China, Indonesia, Iran, Poland, Russia, South Korea, Sweden and Taiwan. As a part of Aalto University, it holds three respected business university accreditations: AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS. In this respect, it is representative of the top 0.4% institutions in the world.

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