MAB Faculty’s Docent lecture series offers views on current issues in the fields Politics, Administrative Studies, Business Studies, Information and Knowledge Management as well as Industrial Engineering and Management.
Dr. Harri Jalonen is a Professor in the University of Vaasa. In addition to complexity thinking his research interest includes knowledge and innovation management, systemic change, value (co)creation, and public service organizations.
Harri Jalonen holds a title of Docent (Knowledge and Innovation Management) at the Faculty of Management and Business, Tampere University.
The lecture titled Complexity thinking: what, why and how will be held in English. It can be followed remotely.
Elias Pekkola, University Lecturer in Administrative Studies, will introduce the lecturer.
Thu 22 September at 16:15–18 Paavo Koli hall, Pinni A Building, City Centre Campus
Director Mika Aaltola, Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Thu 13 October at 16:15–18 Paavo Koli hall, Pinni A Building, City Centre Campus
Professor Harri Jalonen, University of Vaasa: Complexity thinking: what, why and how
Thu 27 October at 16:15–18 Paavo Koli hall, Pinni A Building, City Centre Campus
Associate Professor (tenure track) Marjo Siltaoja, University of Jyväskylä: Sustainable business transition – from values to impact
Thu 10 Novemeber at 16:15–18 (ZOOM)
Dr. Craig Fleisher: Configuring the 4-Sets: A Practice-Tested Model to Create Informational Alignment Among Mindsets, Skillsets, Toolsets and Datasets
Thu 17 November at 16:15–18 FA032 Small Hall 1, Festia Building, Hervanta Campus
Professor Juha Matti Lehtonen, National Defence University: Defense cooperation and joint procurement
The lectures are open to everyone and there is no pre-registration.
The Faculty of Management and Business (MAB)
Research Specialist Hanna Salminen, email@example.com