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HENRY awards Anna Nousiainen for Best HR thesis 2018

Anna Nousiainen

Aalto University student investigates the humanizing of workplaces in her thesis work.

The HR professionals association Henry annually awards one student for the best HR thesis work. The 2018 award went to Aalto Information Networks student Anna Nousiainen and her thesis work "Humanizing Workplaces – HR executives´ role in fostering systems intelligence in forerunning companies". The supervisor of Anna's thesis was professor Esa Saarinen. Her thesis advisors were Peter Kenttä and Peter Michelsson.
Link to Anna's thesis work.

Anna completed the Aalto Master’s Programme in Information Networks. In line with her passion Anna was appointed the Head of People and Culture at Korkia Oy starting from the beginning of January 2019, after being in charge of the company’s communications and marketing for several years.

Congratulations!

 

HENRY is the most attractive arena for HR professionals with almost 3000 individual members and more than 100 corporate members. HENRY is a member in several international and global associations and networks active in human resources management, training and development.

 

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