February 27, 2018
February 28, 2018
March 01, 2018
Stora Enso has a leadership programme called the Pathbuilders. It is an explorative journey to leadership for the individuals participating in it, combined with challenging projects that the group will be working on for about 6 months.
There is a Forest Exhibition every year in Helsinki, where all the people interested in forestry come to update their knowledge and meet each other. The Future Market was established first time this year as a part of the exhibition.
Now when the trainee program is coming to an end, it is time to summarize our observations and learnings. One important topic I want to reflect upon is innovations.
After having spent 3 weeks both in Imatra, Finland and Ostroleka, Poland, I am now in Chennai, India for the final part of my international trainee assignment.
Last week there was a short story in the local newspaper about a recycling and waste handling event organized for children. The story asked if you know where the paper, board, metal, glass or bio waste you recycle, go
Business development for the Middle East & North Africa is fun. I get face time with customers and dig into macroeconomic data.
I was challenged to write a story about my day at work to a local news bulletin called "Fluutiset" here in Heinola. I thought that maybe someone outside our mill would also be interested. So, please, here you are:
Have you ever been sure you are incapable of something only to accidentally discover how easy that is? How many opportunities do we miss in life just because of being sure we will fail?
Finally it has become my turn to blog again! I am currently stationed in Imatra, Finland, for a three-week project within Human Resources. It is part of my Trainee International Assignment, which will last for three months and also bring me to places such as Poland and India.
It’s Polish and means greetings from Poland where I spent four weeks this summer. All of us GROW trainees carry out a short-term assignment abroad and my destination was Stora Enso Narew mill in Ostroleka, about 120km northeast from Warsaw.