Learning with joy makes Finnish daycares special
Finnish kindergartens encourage children to be themselves, writes Julia Bushueva.
International talent boosts growth for companies (and Finland)
In order to keep Finland competitive in the global world, Finland needs the best talents. According to Satu Salonen, this means focusing also on talent from abroad.
Learning for a lifetime
There is never a better time to learn something new than right now, writes James O’Sullivan.
You are not alone: Innovation is a true team sport
Innovation is less about a lone genius, hard at work in his lab, than it is about collaboration, writes Lars Hagebris.
The pandemic is still time to start up in Finland
The pandemic doesn’t mean that it isn’t a good time to start up in Finland, writes Karen Grigoryan.
Robotics education should be compulsory for all, from daycare onwards
Pia Engström emphasises the importance of teaching robotics to students for a multitude of reasons.
Practical testing accelerates sustainable product development in the water sector
Laboratories and businesslike environments represent the range of testbed environments ideal for accelerating sustainable product development in the water sector, writes Eero Antikainen.
Finland on top of critical communications
This week, Peter Clemons explains why Finland is leading the way towards a better, smarter and safer world.
Alexandra P. Bäck
Goal setting – how HR can inspire people through purpose to develop and stay for the long haul
Embrace the opportunities presented by a diverse workforce by finding the common threads that connect us as a whole, writes Alexandra P. Bäck.
Bridge the talent gap by skill-building
Having helped dozens of companies find talent and developed numerous business ideas into companies, The Shortcut CEO Anne Badan shares her insight on finding work in Finland.
Annica Moore and Susanna Mikkonen
The competitive advantage of family-friendly workplaces
Being family-friendly is one of the most efficient ways to attract and retain the best employees and to invest in their wellbeing, write Annica Moore and Susanna Mikkonen.