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Alumni spotlight: Asim Shaikh, Geobear Global

  • 22 Jun 2022
Asim Shaikh, who completed recently the Boardroom Skills programme, explains his motivation to embark onto the programme and shares the highlights of his studies, which contained lots of self-reflection โ€“ the thing that Henley is known for.

The intensity of everything in New York

  • 21 Jun 2022
During our recent Global Immersion Study Visit as part of the Henley EMBA โ€“ Global, we spent a week in New York City, consulting our case companies and learning about how business works in Manhattan. This was a great opportunity to reflect on the similarities and differences between the US and Finland on the approach to business and work life.

#ShowYourStripes: Be part of global climate change movement

  • 21 Jun 2022
Thousands of people around the world will again unite against climate change by sharing a striking climate change visualisation on Tuesday 21 June. The climate stripes infographic, created by Professor Ed Hawkins at the University of Reading, display rising annual temperatures in one clear image.

EU gender quota a ‘historic step’

  • 15 Jun 2022
This week, the EU agreed a โ€˜landmarkโ€™ 40% quota for women on corporate boards by 2026. Dr Miriam Marra takes a look at this decision in our latest Leading Insights.
Digital Marketing Specialist - Henley Business School Finland

Wanted: Digital Marketing Specialist

  • 7 Jun 2022
We are looking for a Digital Marketing Specialist to strengthen our team in Helsinki! In this position, you will be able to work with a premium global brand and a variety of digital marketing tasks.

Financial Times places Henley in world top 20 of executive education providers

  • 23 May 2022
The Financial Times Executive Education Ranking 2022 places Henley Business School in the world top 20 for the combined ranking of open and custom programmes. The ranking also confirms Henleyโ€™s position as leading executive education provider located in Finland.
Calculations or courage โ€“ which is more important for internationalisation? - Henley Business School Finland

Calculations or courage โ€“ which is more important for internationalisation?

  • 20 May 2022
Internationalisation and entering new markets is usually preceded by diligent analysis of available information and weighing of options. My own experience of working with small and medium-sized enterprises is that the final decision to expand internationally is often more a mental or emotional question.
Finnish sustainable development roadmap

Wake-up call: Overconsumption starts earlier every year!

  • 13 May 2022
We need to unlearn our current behavior This eye opening information and much more was shared in our event, โ€œFinnish Sustainable Development Roadmapโ€ that focused on understanding Finland’s road to…

What will Elon Musk do with Twitter?

  • 11 May 2022
Billionaire Elon Musk has recently acquired Twitter. In our latest Leading Insights, Professor George Alexandridis asks, will he finally set the blue bird free?
Henley EMBA students - Henley Business School Finland

How to choose the right Executive MBA programme?

  • 28 Apr 2022
An Executive MBA is a big investment of both time and money. Therefore, it is essential to choose the programme that best fits your needs. Here are four tips on how to decide whether a programme is suitable for you!
Would rationing save us from soaring oil and gas prices? - Henley Business School Finland

Oil and gas: would rationing save us from soaring prices?

  • 26 Apr 2022
With disruptions in the natural gas flow from Russia to Europe fuel supplies are tight and prices soaring. Will rationing and other saving measures may be brought in to protect oil and gas supplies? Read on for a short analysis from Dr Irina Heim.
Henley Business School Andrew Kakabadse - Henley Business School Finland

How will your board rise to the challenge of unexpected challenges?

  • 21 Apr 2022
Businesses are increasingly facing extraordinary disruptions and there is growing pressure for greater accountability in how leaders address these issues. Based on latest research, Professor Andrew Kakabadse has developed practical guidance for leadership teams by establishing a set of core disciplines to increase the chances of success.