Navigating transformation – Do you have what it takes?
This year's Hankendagen will be held online* with a live broadcast from Hanken in Helsinki 8 October 2021.
Leading in times of transformation
President & CEO, Sanoma Group
Building a winning team
Head Coach of Finnish Men’s National Ice Hockey Team
How important is leadership? - Research and reflections with Professor Mats Ehrnrooth, Hanken
Alumna/Alumnus of the Year
The event is hosted by Camilla Wardi (Head of Corporate Relations and Outreach, Hanken)
Sign up here (by 6 October)
Hankendagen 2021 is broadcasted live from Hanken's Assembly Hall and participation will occur online through Teams Live Event on Friday 8 October 2021 at 14.00-16.00 (Helsinki time).
Susan Duinhoven, President & CEO, Sanoma
Susan Duinhoven is Dutch national and experienced leader. Since 2015 she is President and CEO of Sanoma Group and has been leading Sanoma through a truly transformational period. Before joining Sanoma, Susan was CEO and Chair of the Executive Board of the Dutch Media company Koninklijke Wegener and CEO of Western Europe for Thomas Cook Group Plc. Susan Duinhoven is since 2020 Member of the Board of Kone Oyj.
In 2020, Susan received Finland's Transformation Leader Award of the Boston Consulting Group.
Jukka Jalonen, Head Coach of Finnish Men’s National Ice Hockey Team
Jukka Jalonen has a successful career as an ice hockey coach and has coached the Finnish national team to three gold medals in the World Championships.
As a coach, Jukka believes in leading and respecting the individual as an important contributor. Each successful team consists individual experts; however, it is only when these skilled and motivated individuals work together, that you have the recipe for a winning team. At the centre of it all, is building team spirit. Jukka’s keynote is built from his own experiences and tools on how to build a winning team.
Professor Mats Ehrnrooth (PhD), Hanken School of Economics
Mats teaches courses mainly on HRM, leadership and people analytics. His research, published in several prestigious academic journals, has covered HRM, leadership and organizational behavior from international, indigenous, cross-cultural and various methodological perspectives. Currently Mats’ work-in-progress, with international and national research teams, focuses on the unique and combined influence of leadership and HRM on employee and team outcomes. Much of this work is anchored in his collaborations on people analytics with partner organizations.
Hanken Alumni is coordinating the event. If you have any questions, please contact Alumni Coordinator Mira Aarnivuo at email@example.com.
See you at Hankendagen!
The event is free of charge and is aimed at alumni from Hanken School of Economics, but is also open for students, staff and corporate partners to register by 6 October. The programme will be held in English.
The participation link will be sent to all registered participants 7 October.
Hanken withholds the rights to adjustments in the programme.
*If Hanken's internal restrictions allow, we will inform separately if there is a possibility to attend physically.