Teaching

Curriculum planning & teaching (selected):
Doctoral level curriculum planning

  • Participation in design of Doctoral Programme for whole of School of Economics, University ofTurku,asmemberofBoardofDoctoralProgrammeandmemberofCommitteeofResearch and DoctoralStudies
  • Responsibility for design and organization of new Doctoral Degree Programme in Management and Organization, University of Turku, School of Economics (together with Prof Teerikangas and Prof Laurila), January-March

Doctoral level courses (most recent, selected):

  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course PYJO9031 PYLJ8 Workshopon ScientificWriting,2017-2018(2periods),UniversityofTurku,4 ECTS.

Master’s level curriculum planning (selected)

  • Responsibility (as a Head of Subject of Management and Organization) for design and organization of new cross-disciplinary Master’s Degree Programme centred on Knowledge Work and Knowledge Intensive Organizations at University of Turku, School of
  • Member, Board of Masters and Bachelor Studies Programmes of University of Turku, School of Economics, Pori campus, March 2018–.

Master’s level courses (selected):

  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of forthcoming intensive course PJOS13 Organizations, Organizing and Social Innovations, University of Turku. 6
  • Responsibility for the design, organization and teaching of the course PYJO0010 PJOS10 Strategic International Human Resource Management, 2018-2019, University of Turku, 6 ECTS (together with Essi Saru)(appr. 25 participants)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course 2292 Organization and Organizing 2017-2018, Hanken School of Economics. 8 ECTS (Examiner, taught together with Prof. Frank den Hond and Ville-Pekka Sorsa) (appx. 55participants)
  • PYJO3010 PJOPG Master’s thesis seminars and supervision, 2017-2018, University of Turku, 30 ECTS (together with other faculty members)
  • Responsibility for the design, organization and teaching of the course PYJO0010 PJOS10 Strategic International Human Resource Management 2017-2018, University of Turku, 6 ECTS (together with Essi Saru)(appr. 30 participants)
  • Master’s thesis seminars and supervision, 2017-2018, Hanken School of Economics, 30 ECTS (together with other faculty members)
  • Responsibility for the design, organization and teaching of the course PYJO0010 PJOS10 Strategic International Human Resource Management, 2016-2017, University of Turku, 6 ECTS (together with Essi Saru)(appr. 30 participants)
  • Master’s thesis seminars and supervision, 2016-2017, Hanken School of Economics, 30 ECTS (together with other faculty members)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course 2294 Strategic International Human Resource Management, 2015-2016, Hanken School of Economics.8 ECTS (appx. 45 participants)
  • Master’s thesis seminars and supervision, 2015-2016, Hanken School of Economics, 30 ECTS (together with other faculty members)
  • Master’s thesis seminars and supervision, 2014-2015, Hanken School of Economics, 30 ECTS (together with other faculty members)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course JOS11, A9 History of Organizational and Management Theories, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Social Sciences, Inter-disciplinary Programme on Management, March–April 2011, 2-4 ECTS (appx. 40 participants).
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course JOS11, A9 History of Organizational and Management Theories, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Social Sciences, Inter-Disciplinary Programme on Management, March–April 2010, 2-4 ECTS (appx. 35 participants)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course A9e Management Paradigms in Finland – from Taylorism to Theories of Innovation, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Social Research (appx. 30 participants) March–April 2009, 5
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course A9e Management Ideologies in Finland – from Taylorism to the Theories of Innovation, University of Helsinki, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Social Research, September–October 2009, 5 ECTS (appx. 35 participants)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of Intensive Course on Leadership and Managerial Communications, Intermediate and Advanced Studies (organized during two long weekends), Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lahti campus, November–December 2009, 5 ECTS. (appx. 30participants)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course A9e Management and Communications in Corporate and Civil Crisis. University of Helsinki, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Social Research. January–February 2009. 5 ECTS (appx. 40 participants)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course A9/JOS10 Management and Communications in Corporate and Civil Crisis. University of Helsinki, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Communications, August 2008. 5 ECTS (appr. 40participants)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course A9/JOS10 Management and Communications in Corporate and Civil Crisis. University of Helsinki, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Communications, January–February 2008. 5 ECTS (appx. 40 participants)
  • PS 404: MSc core course on Organizational Social Psychology, London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Social Psychology, 2001–2002. Assistant teacher (appx. 60 students)
  • PS 445: Organizational and Social Decision Making, MSc optional course, London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Social Psychology 2003–2004. Assistant teacher (appx. 45 students)

Master’s level literature courses:

Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of the following literature courses:

  • PJOS4 Advanced Readings: Readings in Organizational Behavior: develops understanding of organizational behavior and the psychological dimension of leadership, as well as the meaning of well-being at work.2018-2019, University of Turku, 6 ECTS.
  • PJOS4 Advanced Readings: Readings in Human Resource Management: develops understanding of human resource management in organizations especially from the strategic perspective and the new developments in the field.2018-2019, University of Turku, 6 ECTS.
  • PJOS4 Advanced Readings in Management and Organization
  • PYJO3009 PJOS4 Literature course in Strategic Human Resource Management, 2017-2018, University of Turku, 6ECTS
  • PYJO3009 PJOS4 Literature course in Organizational Behaviour, 2017-2018, University of Turku, 6ECTS
  • PYJO3009 PJOS4 PJOS4 Literature course in Strategic Human Resource Management, 2016- 2017, University of Turku, 6ECTS
  • PYJO3009 PJOS4 Literature course in Organizational Behaviour, 2016-2017, University of Turku, 6ECTS
  • 22024 Literature Course in Management and Organization II, 2017-2018, Human Resource Management, Hanken School of Economics, 4ECTS
  • 22024 Literature Course in Management and Organization II, 2017-2018, Organizational Behavior, Hanken School of Economics, 4ECTS
  • 22037 Literature Course in Management and Organization I, 2017-2018, Human Resource Management, Hanken School of Economics, 4ECTS
  • 22037 Literature Course in Management and Organization I, 2017-2018, Organizational Behaviour, Hanken School of Economics, 4ECTS
  • 22011 Literature Course in Management and Organization, 2016-2017, Human Resource Management, Hanken School of Economics, 8ECTS
  • 22011 Literature Course in Management and Organization, 2016-2017, Organizational Behaviour, Hanken School of Economics, 8ECTS
  • 22011 Literature Course in Management and Organization, 2015-2016, Human Resource Management, Hanken School of Economics, 8ECTS
  • 22011 Literature Course in Management and Organization, 2015-2016, Organizational Behavior, Hanken School of Economics, 8ECTS
  • 22011 Literature Course in Management and Organization, 2014-2015, Human Resource Management, Hanken School of Economics, 8ECTS
  • 22011 Literature Course in Management and Organization, 2014-2015, Organizational Behavior, Hanken School of Economics, 8ECTS

Bachelor level curriculum planning (selected)

  • Member, Board of Masters and Bachelor Studies Programmes of University of Turku, School of Economics, Pori campus, March 2018–

Bachelor level courses (recent, selected):

  • Responsibility for the design, organization and teaching course PYJO0006 PJO21/PLR37/PMA37 Organizational Behaviour and Leadership, 2017-2018, University of Turku, (together with Essi Saru) 5 ECTS. (appr. 90 participants)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course 2254 Human Resource Management 2015-2016, Hanken School of Economics, 8 ECTS (appx. 110participants)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course PYJO2025 PJO13 Muutoksen johtaminen (Change Management) 2015-2016, University of Turku, (together with Anita Välikangas) 6ECTS (appr. 25 participants)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course 2291 Organizational Behaviour and Leadership 2014-2015, Hanken School of Economics, 8 ECTS (appx. 120participants)

Executive training and development (selected)

  • Guest Professor at two-day module on ‘Innovations, Entrepreneurial Thinking and Strategic International Human Resource Management’ at University of Turku, School of Economics, eMBA Executive Education in September 2016 (20participants)
  • Guest Professor at two-day module on ‘Global Leadership’ at Hanken in 2009 (13 participants)

Volunteer academic work – courses for refugees:

  • Responsibility for design and organization of course on Finnish Business Culture for Refugees, 2015-2016, Hanken School of Economics, 4 ECTS (together with Pia Polsa and guest lecturers)
  • Responsibility for design, organization and teaching of course 23080 Finnish Business Culture for Refugees, 2016-2017, Hanken School of Economics, 4 ECTS (together with Pia Polsa and guest lecturers).

Professional teaching qualifications:

  • Teacher Accreditation Programme, The Higher Education Academy, UK,
    Associate Level, 2001 – 2004. Graduated July 2004.
  • Teacher Accreditation Programme included, for example, the development of a teaching portfolio, evaluations of teaching and participation in workshops on teaching in higher education.