International Business

Human Resource Management
Management Communication And Teamwork
Future Foresight & Futures Research
Managing teams and leading new ventures
Juha Saukkonen
Carlos R. Villamar
Markku Rissanen
Olli Ilmarinen
Sannamari Ahola
Final Presentation Day 9.12.2011
International business students 16.12.2011
Piotr Krawczyk
Global Business Management
Heidi Neuvonen
Wei Wang
Training Industry
Tuure Kinnunen
Ngoc Tran, Tam Luong & Xin Zhang
Tourism Industry
Alessandro Raimondi
Michaela Praslicakova, Iva Raskova & Vladimir Vlcek
Wellness industry
Murat Akpinar
Juha Saukkonen
Final Presentation Day 10.12.2012
Annukka Akselin
Management tools
Juha Saukkonen
Juha Saukkosen videot
The Mindful Leadership & the culture of the Economy of Awarness
Disrupting Education: Lessons (and Consequences) of the Silicon Valley Model
Andrew F. Wood (Ph.D., Ohio University, 1998) is a professor of Communication Studies and Humanities Honors at San José State University, California, USA. Following his passion for international learning, Dr. Wood has taught in Austria, China, Finland, Germany, and Mexico – and he recently completed a Fulbright Scholarship in Belarus. Dr. Wood regularly consults and lectures on topics that include Silicon Valley startup culture, gamification, mediated communication, and intercultural communication. Dr. Wood has authored or co-authored several books on urban life, internet communication, reality television, roadside Americana, and the 1939-40 New York World's Fair. One of his recent books, City Ubiquitous: Place, Communication, and the Rise of Omnitopia, was the 2009 winner of the Jane Jacobs Urban Communication Award. Dr. Wood is a highly sought public speaker and commentator, delivering keynote addresses and providing commentary for National Public Radio, USA Today, and other media outlets in North America and Europe.
Extending the concept of knowledge management into innovation and new business creation in SMEs