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Management / Deans

Dean Timo Korkeamäki

Professor Timo Korkeamäki has started as the new dean of Aalto University School of Business on 1 January 2020, with a period of office of five years. PhD Timo Korkeamäki is professor of finance and was Head of Department of Finance and Economics at Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki. He was Hanken’s dean of research in 2015–2018. Between 1995 and 2008 Timo Korkeamäki worked in the United States.

Associate Dean Virpi Tuunainen

Professor of Information Systems Science Virpi Tuunainen is appointed to the position of Associate Dean of the School of Business for the period 1 August 2020−31 July 2023. She is responsible for research and international co-operation. Professor Tuunainen’s current research focuses on ICT enabled or enhanced services, digital platforms as well as digital innovation.

Associate Dean Tomas Falk

Professor of Marketing Tomas Falk is appointed to the position of Associate Dean of the School of Business for the period 1 August 2020−31 July 2023. He is responsible for teaching and education. Professor Falk’s research and teaching activities emphasize the role of technology in service management and include topics such as self-tracking and sharing platforms.

Corporate Advisory Board (CAB)

Corporate Advisory Board's (CAB) purpose is to support the School’s leadership in an ongoing effort to enhance the School’s position as a world-class business school.

Aalto University School of Business Corporate Advisory Board:

  • acts in an advisory position to the leadership of the School with the aim to inform and further strengthen the engagement between the School and society, the corporate sector in particular
  • promotes the School’s abilities to access non-academic sources of know-how and other resources to shape its long-term development
  • ensure that the School through its research and educational programmes addresses the current and future needs of companies and society.

The CAB is made up of distinguished leaders from the corporate sector and society at large:

Chairman of the Board Kari Jordan
CEO Elina Björklund
M.Sc. (Econ.) Riku Asikainen
M.Sc. (Econ.) Pii Kotilainen
M.Sc. (Econ.) Pekka Laaksonen
CEO Salla Vainio
Dean Timo Korkeamäki

Alumni Advisory Board (AAB) and Alumni Ambassadors

Alumni Advisory Board discusses alumni activity, the school's external relations and fundraising. The goal of the Alumni Advisory Board is to support its Alma Mater in the areas of teaching, research, and societal impact. 

Alumni Ambassadors form a wider group of School's alumni who support the School in developing the alumni activities. In addition, the Ambassadors also serve as a bridge between students, school and business life.

Alumni Advisory Board

Alumni Advisory Board discusses policies related to the School's alumni activities, external relations, and fundraising.

School of Business Alumni Advisory Board 2019. From the left: Ingmar Björkman, Jonna Söderholm, Mika Raulas, Juho Tuovinen, Terttu Sopanen, Elisa Liekkilä, Jaakko Eteläaho, Elina Björklund, Pasi Torppa, Arttu Aine, Norbert Juhász, Niklas Wasenius and Emilia Nevalainen.

School of Business Alumni Ambassadors

Alumni Ambassadors consists of 40 active alumni, who support the School in developing the alumni activities. In addition, the Ambassadors also serve as a bridge between students, the School of Business and business life.

In the picture, there are some of the School of Business Alumni Ambassadors

Also, in close connection with the School of Business:

Aalto University Business Students – KY

Founded in 1911, Aalto University Business Students – KY as a non-profit organisation has ever since provided its members with services and benefits, student advocacy and memorable experiences, as well as friendships that last a lifetime. Every degree student at the Aalto University School of Business may join KY. And many students choose to volunteer their time and know-how to help run KY’s associations, committees, project teams and more, because KY exists solely for – and because – of its members. The membership is free of charge.

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