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antti.ainamo@taltech.ee

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.02.2019–...   
Tallinna Tehnikaülikool, Majandusteaduskond, Ärikorralduse instituut, Professor (0,70)
2006–...   
University of Turku, Sociology (1,00)
2000–...   
Aalto University, Dotsent (1,00)
15.03.2018–11.02.2019   
Laurea University of Applied Sciences, Academy Finland Strategic Research on Robotics in healthcare; Commission project on sustainable business models (1,00)
2015–2016   
Swedish School of Textiles, Textiles and Fashion (1,00)
2014–2014   
St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Dept of Graphic and Engineering Design (0,50)
2013–2013   
Tongji University, College of Architecture and Urban Planning (1,00)
2009–2010   
Umea School of Business and Economics, Külalisprofessor (0,15)
2006–2007   
University of Oxford Said Business School, Designing for Services in Science-based Industries, Innovation Journalism (1,00)
2005–2007   
Stanford University, Hopkins MS for studies in ecology & evolution (1,00)
2000–2002   
University of Tampere, School of Business Administration (1,00)
1997–2000   
Academy of Finland, Järeldoktor (1,00)
1994–1996   
London Business School, Centre for Design Management/ Center for Operations Management (1,00)
 
 
Haridustee
01.06.1998–11.08.1998   
Stanford University
1993–1996   
PhD, HSE Helsinki School of Econ. and Business Admin
1989–1993   
Lic.Sc., HSE International Business
1983–1988   
M.Sc., HSE Marketing
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2006−...   
Member, Innovation Journalism research group, Stanford Center for Innovation and Learning
 
 
Teenistuskäigu lisainfo
• Academic collaboration and large or complex projects across national and institutional systems, including in 2017:
o Research collaboration with Professors Roberto Verganti and Claudio Dell’Era, Politecnico Milan, on the topic of “radical vision” and how this in part explains why and how Finland has a highly successful Finnish mobile game ecosystem (focus on Rovio Entertainment’s Angry Birds and Supercell’s Hay Day).
o Research collaboration with Prof. Aki-Mauri Huhtinen at National Defense University, Elisa Norvanto at FINCENT, and Pentti Haddington at Jyväskylä University, on artificial intelligence as drive of “post-truth politics” and other post-truth phenomena, funding pending from Helsingin Sanomat Foundation and TEAS funds with the Prime Minister’s Office of the Republic of Finland.
o SMDTex project for the European Commission, Ainamo is supervisor for two Doctoral candidates, Swedish School of Textiles.
• Teaching and research philosophy and ethics, primary fields of research:
o An internationally developed and sustained cosmopolitan approach to pedagogy and training.
o Published study materials distributed to students and use of modern educational technology
o Participation in the development of teaching at BORÅS, St. Petersburg, Tongji, Aalto, UTU, Stanford, HSE, UTA, as well as assessment in the case of five Lithuanian Business schools, 2005.
o Ability to recognize and discuss strengths, development challenges, and visions in one's teaching
o Teaching-related qualifications in the form of work experience at Amer Group / Amer Sporting Goods, at Jaakko Pöyry Consulting, and in South Africa.
o The philosophy and ethics based on organizational institutionalism (James G. March, W.R. Scott and J.W. Meyer), mainly in its historical and comparative version, but inspired also by ethnography (à la Margaret Mead, Clifford Geertz, Wanda Orlikowski, Andy Hargadon, Beth Bechky).
o Primary fields of research and focus areas in teaching: Creative and cultural industries, in particular when it comes to design, fashion, design thinking, and organizing; Organizational institutionalism; Sociology, in particular when it comes to sociology of networks, projects and other temporary forms of organizing.
;
3. TEACHING AND STUDENT’S RESEARCH SUPERVISION

Teaching at Doctoral level:
– Business Model Development Driven by Visual Analysis, Jyväskylä University, 2018
– Business Model Development Driven by Radical Circles, Oulu University, 2017
– Service Design for multisensory user experience, Jyväskylä University, 2017
– Managing as Designing, Swedish School of Textiles, 2015
– Innovation and Strategic Design, Aalto University School of Art, Design and Architecture, 2003-4, 2008
– Organizational Research, Aalto University School of Economics, 2007
– Organizational Theories, Aalto University School of Economics, 2004 & 2006 (30 & 85 doc-students)


Teaching at Master’s level:
– International Business, Taltech, 2019
Exports, Taltech, 2019
-- Fashion Brand Management, Swedish School of Textiles, 2014, 2015
– Game Design: Infographic, Game-conceptualization, Business Model, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic Univ., 2014
– Fashion Brand Management, Swedish School of Textiles, 2014
– Retail marketing, Swedish School of Textiles, 2014
– Environmental Psychology, Tongji University College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 2013
– Architectural Programming, Tongji University College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 2013.
– Regional Innovation Ecosystems, Aalto University School of Science and Tongji University College of Design & Innovation, 2013
– IDBM Joint Master’s Thesis Workshop, Aalto University: School of Business, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, and School of Science, 2012
-- Master Class in IDBM, Aalto University School of Economics, 2012
– Perspectives on the Finnish Innovation System, Technology & Science Policy, Turku Sociology 2006-11
– Strategies for Innovation, University of Turku, Sociology, 2007-2011
– Advanced course on Institutions and Social Mechanisms, University of Turku, Sociology, 2007-11
– Justice and Power Considerations, University of Turku, Sociology, 2007-2011
– Introduction to Institutions and Social Mechanisms, University of Turku, Sociology, 2006-2011
– Research Seminar, University of Turku, Sociology, 2006-2011.
--ME310, Stanford University, Center for Design Research / Mechanical Engineering, 2006
--Innovation Systems, University of Tampere School International School of Social Sciences, 2003
– Strategic Leadership, University of Tampere School of Business Administration, 2001- 2002
– Project Management, University of Tampere School of Business Administration, 2000-2001
– Research Seminar, University of Tampere, 2000-2002.
– Product Development of Telecommunication systems, Helsinki Univ. of Technology, 1999-2001
– Product design and development, Lund University, Architecture, 1999
--Management Consulting, Helsinki School of Economics, 1997-2005
– Research Seminar, Helsinki School of Economics, 1997-2001.
--Business process reengineering, Helsinki School of Economics, 1997
– Qualitative Research Methods, Helsinki School of Economics, 1997
– Organizational Development and Action Helsinki School of Economics, 1997

Teaching at Batchelor’s level:
– Retail and supply chain management, University of Borås, 2014
–Strategy, Bachelor’s level, 2000 course, Helsinki School of Economics, 2001
–Product development of telecommunications systems, Helsinki University of Technology, 2001-04
– Industrial Engineering and Marketing, University of Art and Design Helsinki, 1991-3
– Export Marketing, Bachelor’s level course at Aalto, 1989
– International Operations, Bachelor’s level course at Aalto, 1989.

Visiting lectures at Doctoral and/or Master’s level include:
– Copenhagen University, 2015
– Parsons School of Design, 2014
– Gothenburg University, HDK School of Design and Art Handicraft, 2013
– Sibelius Academy (M.A. in Arts Management), 2012.
– Aalto University Dept. of Architecture, 2012
– Stanford University (Palo Alto, CA) 2006, 2005, 1998ESSEC (Paris), 2004
– IB 2002 (Oslo)
– Bocconi (Milan), 2001
– University Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona), 2001
– Lund University, 1999
– London Business School, 1995

Visiting lectures for practitioners include:
– Design Talk event, organized by DFF, presentation on design driven innovation, Helsinki, 2017.
– Lecture of Shenzen City leaders, on their visit at Tongji University, Shanghai, 2013.
– SEBC conference, St. Petersburg, 2013
– Gothenburg University Business Design Lab, open lecture for creative-industry practitioners, 2013
– Helsinki University Research Services, 2012 (Vierumäki)
– Stanford University Collaboratory on Global Projects, 2005
– Bard Grad. School Fundraising Reception (New York NY, hosts Susan Weber-Soros, George Soros), 2003
– IIR, Helsinki, 2002
– IMI (Tallinn), 1996

Teaching at Open University:
– Corporation and Business Strategy, Helsinki Sch. of Econ. Business Center, Helsinki, Mikkeli, 1996-7

Doctoral students supervision:
– Maria Kulinska, Swedish School of Textiles
– Vijay Kumar, Swedish School of Textiles
– Amanda Ericsson, Swedish School of Textiles
– Lasse Granroth, Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture / School of Business.
– Paul Jonker-Hoffrén, University of Turku Sociology (defended in September 2012)
– Laura Laaksonen, Aalto University International Business (and visiting University of Southern California Marshall School of Business), to defend in 2014 or 2015.
– Ilari Lindy, University of Turku Sociology and World Bank, Washington D.C.
– Sofi Kurki University of Turku Sociology and Finnish Futures Institute

Master’s theses supervision:
– 12 at Swedish School of Textiles (Textile and Fashion)
– 60 in University of Tampere (Management and Organisations)
– 29 in University of Turku (Sociology);
– 10 in Helsinki School of Economics (Organisations and Management, International Business)
– 7 at Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås
– 1 in Aalto Taik [Aalto University School of Art, Design and Architecture]

Teaching innovations, assessments, awards, other teaching acknowledgements
– Redesign of Researcher Education in Textile Management, Swedish Sch. of Textiles, 2015
– Game Design course development, St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, 2014¨
– Successful negotiation of Rovio-IDBM project, Aalto University’s first student project with Rovio Entertainment, 2011-2
– Design of Joint IDBM Master’s Thesis Workshop, to be organized across Aalto’s six campuses in Otaniemi, Töölö, and Arabia, November, 2012.
– Designed, at request of Aalto University IDBM Programme Director, course “Master Class in IDBM”
– Director of Institutions and Social Mechanisms (IASM) International Master’s programme, which through 2006 to 2011 had the most graduated students of all University of Turku international Master’s programmes in terms of number and relative to intake of students. IASM also had the largest number of external funders, the most external funding, and the largest research output , of all the international master’s programmes, across all the faculties at the University of Turku, by 2010, when compared with other international master’s programmes from 2009 through to 2011, or across the years 2006 to 2011.
– Management consulting (“Liikkeenjohdon konsultointi”) course, most popular course at Aalto School of Economics 2000 to 2006 (and was voted best business-school course in Finland in 2007).
– Organization theories doctoral course, 2004, teaching assessed excellent by students, clearing the serious backlog of doctoral studies in this doctoral-teaching area at the Helsinki School of Economics.

• Experience in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and supervision on three continents, including supervision of doctoral students:
o Vijay Kumar (defends in June 2017, Swedish School of Textiles)
o Maria Kulinska (defends in Decembrer 2017, Swedish School of Textiles)
o Paul Jonker-Hoffren (has defended, University of Turku)
o Ilari Lindy (University of Turku / World Bank, Washington D.C.)
o Maria Kulinska (ENSAIT, Lille, France)
o Vijay Kumar (Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås)
o Amanda Ericsson (Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås)
;

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.11. Sotsiaalteadused; CERCS ERIALA: S189 Organisatsiooniteadus ; PÕHISUUND: temporary forms of organizing; innovation; design thinking; strategy
 
 
Lisainfo
Recent and most significant consulting and research projects
– FIESTA Finnish-Estonian Startup Ecosystem. European Commission Interreg Central Baltic application, 2018-2019 (this one unsuccessful, the only unsuccessful one in this list, reapply for 2020 to 2022).
– Peter Vesterbacka / Angry Birds Aalto Teaching. Peter Vesterbacka and myself. AUTE research project, 2018-2019.
– Cr8tv. European Commission Creative Europe project, with e.g. Roberto Verganti and Claudio Dell’Era, Politecnico Milan, myself employed through Business Design Lab, Gothenburg University, 2015-6.
– Internationalization of the (St. Petersburg Polytechnic University. Four-month project on “Cooperation between St. Petersburg Polytechnic University and Aalto University: Infographics, Games design, Business Modeling, and Design Factory”).
– Sino-Finnish university cooperation and collaboration. Three-month project on “Cooperation Between Aalto-University and Tongji University: How Ought Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture to Participate?” (deliverable to Creativity Sustainability Programme, Dept of Design, ARTS Dean, 15.1.2014).
– BOP-Edi application. Application prepared, with Tapio Koskinen, in the name of Rector Tuula Teeri, in response to Commission call as to European Design Innovation Platform, July 2, 2014.
– Innofocus, a European Commission Structural Funds project, with two deliverables: a) academic review & analysis for Aalto Small Business Center of concepts “trust”, “respect”, and “joy” as concerns collaboration between external funder and Aalto University; b) case study on Design for Growth and Prosperity report for the Commission, April-June 2013 (Innofocus, 2011-2013, a EUR 350 000,- project).
– Western Cape Design Strategy, member in extended team working on the design strategy document edited by Erica Elk of Cape Institute for Art & Design, and Robert Bloom, XYZ Design
– Aalto Goes Cape Town, establishing student collaboration between Aalto University and Cape Town Peninsula University of Technology, member in project June 2013 to November 2013, with visit to Cape Town, November, 2013
– Fun City, Rovio-IDBM project for “Angry Birds” / Rovio Entertainment, 2012-3 (EUR 20 000,-)
– Fluid Business Models in Creative and Cultural Ecosystems (FLUID, a project that builds in part on Design Ecosystem (see below), senior researcher at the International Design Business Management (IDBM) programme, Aalto School of Business (Tekes funding for FLUID 2012-2014, EUR 350 000,-
– Design Ecosystem, responsible research leader to develop new research of creative and cultural ecosystems, Wihuri foundation, 2011-2012 (EUR 25 000,- ), 2013 (EUR 2 000,-)
– Application developers in the heart of the Nokia ecosystem (HEART), consultant in a joint strategic project with Nokia Strategy and Forum Nokia www.nokia.com, ETH-Zürich www.ethz.ch and MIT www.mit.edu , as well as Tekes (“yrityshanke” or business-practice project, a pilot for a research project) www.tekes.fi , 2010-11. (EUR 25 000,- ).
– Born Globals in Finnish Rock Exports (Bogfires), Professor and research director, with Aalto University IDBM programme, funded by the Academy of Finland, http://bogfires.blogspot.com, 2009-2012. (direct Academy of Finland funding EUR 350 000,-).
– European Research Area Network with Africa (ERAFRICA), Professor and research director responsible for “information review & analysis”, Work Package 1 (of 5), with Ministry of Employment and Industry (TEM), Jyväskylä U., as well as researchers/participants mapping science and technology policies across 12 countries in the African Union and European Union, funded by the European Commission, www.erafrica.edu, 2010-2011. (direct European Commission funding EUR 950 000,-, with Finnish share 98 000,-).
– Kulma Oy http://www.kulma.com (part of the Logonet Group), consultant in “Internationalization strategy”, a joint strategic project with Tekes (“Tekes yrityshanke”), 2009-2011. (EUR 25 000,- )
– Media2, Professor and research director responsible for “sociological game theory”, with Helsinki University and Aalto University, funded by Sanoma foundation http://www.hssaatio.fi/en/ , 2011-2012. (Funding granted by the Sanoma Foundation EUR 44 500,- and returned to the Sanoma Foundation by University of Turku Financial and Administrative Head)
– Digital Reputation (DiRE), Professor and research director responsible for “service business”, with Helsinki University and Aalto University, with Nokia, Nordea, Pohjoisranta, Sensitiva, Talentum, and Wärtsilä, funded by Tekes, http://reputationproject.wordpress.com , 2010-2011(direct Tekes funding EUR 45 000,-)
–Nordic Virtual Worlds Network (NVWN), Professor and research director responsible for “innovation”, Work Package 2 (of 5). NVWN is done in cohort with Stockholm School of Economics, Uppsala University, Agder University, and Roskilde University, studying innovation and entrepreneurship in the emerging 3D Internet , funded by Nordic Innovation Center / Nordic Council http://www.nordicworlds.net , 2010-2011. (direct Nordic Council funding EUR 45 000,-)
– Northern Cape Premier’s Office, International Reviewer in “INSPIRE – Provincial Information Society Strategy Programme in the Republic of South Africa”, http://economic.ncape.gov.za/inspire , 2010. (direct Premier’s Office funding EUR 15 000,-).
–Nokia Siemens Networks http://www.nsn.com , consultant in “Design strategy”, 2006-2007. (EUR 8 000,-).
–Global Project Strategies of Finnish Firms http://gps.stanford.edu , (Tekes EUR 955 000,- and Academy of Finland EUR 258 000, those at Stanford University having with matching funding from the U.S.).
–Kone Design Strategy, helping Kone Elevators develop strategy for how to work with design consultants abroad and in Finland, 1995.

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1.1.
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antti.ainamo@taltech.ee

Career

Institution and occupation
01.02.2019–...   
Tallinn University of Technology , School of Business and Governance, Department of Business Administration, Professor (0,70)
2006–...   
University of Turku, Sociology (1,00)
2000–...   
Aalto University, Organisations and Management (1,00)
15.03.2018–11.02.2019   
Laurea University of Applied Sciences, Extraordinary Senior Researcher (1,00)
2015–2016   
Swedish School of Textiles, Textiles and Fashion (1,00)
2014–2014   
St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Dept of Graphic and Engineering Design (0,50)
2013–2013   
Tongji University, College of Architecture and Urban Planning (1,00)
2009–2010   
Umea School of Business and Economics, Visiting Professor (0,15)
2006–2007   
University of Oxford, Designing for Services in Science-based Industries, Innovation Journalism (1,00)
2005–2007   
Stanford University, Hopkins MS for studies in ecology & evolution (1,00)
2000–2002   
University of Tampere, School of Business Administration (1,00)
1997–2000   
Academy of Finland, Post-Doc (1,00)
1994–1996   
London Business School, Centre for Design Management/ Center for Operations Management (1,00)
 
 
Education
01.06.1998–11.08.1998   
Visiting scholar
1993–1996   
PhD, HSE Helsinki School of Econ. and Business Admin
1989–1993   
Lic.Sc., HSE International Business
1983–1988   
M.Sc., HSE Marketing
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2006−...   
• Member, Innovation Journalism research group, Stanford Center for Innovation and Learning
 
 
Additional career information
• Academic collaboration and large or complex projects across national and institutional systems, including in 2017:
o Research collaboration with Professors Roberto Verganti and Claudio Dell’Era, Politecnico Milan, on the topic of “radical vision” and how this in part explains why and how Finland has a highly successful Finnish mobile game ecosystem (focus on Rovio Entertainment’s Angry Birds and Supercell’s Hay Day).
o Research collaboration with Prof. Aki-Mauri Huhtinen at National Defense University, Elisa Norvanto at FINCENT, and Pentti Haddington at Jyväskylä University, on artificial intelligence as drive of “post-truth politics” and other post-truth phenomena, funding pending from Helsingin Sanomat Foundation and TEAS funds with the Prime Minister’s Office of the Republic of Finland.
o SMDTex project for the European Commission, Ainamo is supervisor for two Doctoral candidates, Swedish School of Textiles.
• Teaching and research philosophy and ethics, primary fields of research:
o An internationally developed and sustained cosmopolitan approach to pedagogy and training.
o Published study materials distributed to students and use of modern educational technology
o Participation in the development of teaching at BORÅS, St. Petersburg, Tongji, Aalto, UTU, Stanford, HSE, UTA, as well as assessment in the case of five Lithuanian Business schools, 2005.
o Ability to recognize and discuss strengths, development challenges, and visions in one's teaching
o Teaching-related qualifications in the form of work experience at Amer Group / Amer Sporting Goods, at Jaakko Pöyry Consulting, and in South Africa.
o The philosophy and ethics based on organizational institutionalism (James G. March, W.R. Scott and J.W. Meyer), mainly in its historical and comparative version, but inspired also by ethnography (à la Margaret Mead, Clifford Geertz, Wanda Orlikowski, Andy Hargadon, Beth Bechky).
o Primary fields of research and focus areas in teaching: Creative and cultural industries, in particular when it comes to design, fashion, design thinking, and organizing; Organizational institutionalism; Sociology, in particular when it comes to sociology of networks, projects and other temporary forms of organizing.
;
3. TEACHING AND STUDENT’S RESEARCH SUPERVISION

Teaching at Doctoral level:
– Business Model Development Driven by Visual Analysis, Jyväskylä University, 2018
– Business Model Development Driven by Radical Circles, Oulu University, 2017
– Service Design for multisensory user experience, Jyväskylä University, 2017
– Managing as Designing, Swedish School of Textiles, 2015
– Innovation and Strategic Design, Aalto University School of Art, Design and Architecture, 2003-4, 2008
– Organizational Research, Aalto University School of Economics, 2007
– Organizational Theories, Aalto University School of Economics, 2004 & 2006 (30 & 85 doc-students)


Teaching at Master’s level:
– International Business, Taltech, 2019
Exports, Taltech, 2019
-- Fashion Brand Management, Swedish School of Textiles, 2014, 2015
– Game Design: Infographic, Game-conceptualization, Business Model, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic Univ., 2014
– Fashion Brand Management, Swedish School of Textiles, 2014
– Retail marketing, Swedish School of Textiles, 2014
– Environmental Psychology, Tongji University College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 2013
– Architectural Programming, Tongji University College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 2013.
– Regional Innovation Ecosystems, Aalto University School of Science and Tongji University College of Design & Innovation, 2013
– IDBM Joint Master’s Thesis Workshop, Aalto University: School of Business, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, and School of Science, 2012
-- Master Class in IDBM, Aalto University School of Economics, 2012
– Perspectives on the Finnish Innovation System, Technology & Science Policy, Turku Sociology 2006-11
– Strategies for Innovation, University of Turku, Sociology, 2007-2011
– Advanced course on Institutions and Social Mechanisms, University of Turku, Sociology, 2007-11
– Justice and Power Considerations, University of Turku, Sociology, 2007-2011
– Introduction to Institutions and Social Mechanisms, University of Turku, Sociology, 2006-2011
– Research Seminar, University of Turku, Sociology, 2006-2011.
--ME310, Stanford University, Center for Design Research / Mechanical Engineering, 2006
--Innovation Systems, University of Tampere School International School of Social Sciences, 2003
– Strategic Leadership, University of Tampere School of Business Administration, 2001- 2002
– Project Management, University of Tampere School of Business Administration, 2000-2001
– Research Seminar, University of Tampere, 2000-2002.
– Product Development of Telecommunication systems, Helsinki Univ. of Technology, 1999-2001
– Product design and development, Lund University, Architecture, 1999
--Management Consulting, Helsinki School of Economics, 1997-2005
– Research Seminar, Helsinki School of Economics, 1997-2001.
--Business process reengineering, Helsinki School of Economics, 1997
– Qualitative Research Methods, Helsinki School of Economics, 1997
– Organizational Development and Action Helsinki School of Economics, 1997

Teaching at Batchelor’s level:
– Retail and supply chain management, University of Borås, 2014
–Strategy, Bachelor’s level, 2000 course, Helsinki School of Economics, 2001
–Product development of telecommunications systems, Helsinki University of Technology, 2001-04
– Industrial Engineering and Marketing, University of Art and Design Helsinki, 1991-3
– Export Marketing, Bachelor’s level course at Aalto, 1989
– International Operations, Bachelor’s level course at Aalto, 1989.

Visiting lectures at Doctoral and/or Master’s level include:
– Copenhagen University, 2015
– Parsons School of Design, 2014
– Gothenburg University, HDK School of Design and Art Handicraft, 2013
– Sibelius Academy (M.A. in Arts Management), 2012.
– Aalto University Dept. of Architecture, 2012
– Stanford University (Palo Alto, CA) 2006, 2005, 1998ESSEC (Paris), 2004
– IB 2002 (Oslo)
– Bocconi (Milan), 2001
– University Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona), 2001
– Lund University, 1999
– London Business School, 1995

Visiting lectures for practitioners include:
– Design Talk event, organized by DFF, presentation on design driven innovation, Helsinki, 2017.
– Lecture of Shenzen City leaders, on their visit at Tongji University, Shanghai, 2013.
– SEBC conference, St. Petersburg, 2013
– Gothenburg University Business Design Lab, open lecture for creative-industry practitioners, 2013
– Helsinki University Research Services, 2012 (Vierumäki)
– Stanford University Collaboratory on Global Projects, 2005
– Bard Grad. School Fundraising Reception (New York NY, hosts Susan Weber-Soros, George Soros), 2003
– IIR, Helsinki, 2002
– IMI (Tallinn), 1996

Teaching at Open University:
– Corporation and Business Strategy, Helsinki Sch. of Econ. Business Center, Helsinki, Mikkeli, 1996-7

Doctoral students supervision:
– Maria Kulinska, Swedish School of Textiles
– Vijay Kumar, Swedish School of Textiles
– Amanda Ericsson, Swedish School of Textiles
– Lasse Granroth, Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture / School of Business.
– Paul Jonker-Hoffrén, University of Turku Sociology (defended in September 2012)
– Laura Laaksonen, Aalto University International Business (and visiting University of Southern California Marshall School of Business), to defend in 2014 or 2015.
– Ilari Lindy, University of Turku Sociology and World Bank, Washington D.C.
– Sofi Kurki University of Turku Sociology and Finnish Futures Institute

Master’s theses supervision:
– 12 at Swedish School of Textiles (Textile and Fashion)
– 60 in University of Tampere (Management and Organisations)
– 29 in University of Turku (Sociology);
– 10 in Helsinki School of Economics (Organisations and Management, International Business)
– 7 at Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås
– 1 in Aalto Taik [Aalto University School of Art, Design and Architecture]

Teaching innovations, assessments, awards, other teaching acknowledgements
– Redesign of Researcher Education in Textile Management, Swedish Sch. of Textiles, 2015
– Game Design course development, St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, 2014¨
– Successful negotiation of Rovio-IDBM project, Aalto University’s first student project with Rovio Entertainment, 2011-2
– Design of Joint IDBM Master’s Thesis Workshop, to be organized across Aalto’s six campuses in Otaniemi, Töölö, and Arabia, November, 2012.
– Designed, at request of Aalto University IDBM Programme Director, course “Master Class in IDBM”
– Director of Institutions and Social Mechanisms (IASM) International Master’s programme, which through 2006 to 2011 had the most graduated students of all University of Turku international Master’s programmes in terms of number and relative to intake of students. IASM also had the largest number of external funders, the most external funding, and the largest research output , of all the international master’s programmes, across all the faculties at the University of Turku, by 2010, when compared with other international master’s programmes from 2009 through to 2011, or across the years 2006 to 2011.
– Management consulting (“Liikkeenjohdon konsultointi”) course, most popular course at Aalto School of Economics 2000 to 2006 (and was voted best business-school course in Finland in 2007).
– Organization theories doctoral course, 2004, teaching assessed excellent by students, clearing the serious backlog of doctoral studies in this doctoral-teaching area at the Helsinki School of Economics.

• Experience in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and supervision on three continents, including supervision of doctoral students:
o Vijay Kumar (defends in June 2017, Swedish School of Textiles)
o Maria Kulinska (defends in Decembrer 2017, Swedish School of Textiles)
o Paul Jonker-Hoffren (has defended, University of Turku)
o Ilari Lindy (University of Turku / World Bank, Washington D.C.)
o Maria Kulinska (ENSAIT, Lille, France)
o Vijay Kumar (Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås)
o Amanda Ericsson (Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås)
;

Qualifications

 
 
Field of research
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 2. Culture and Society; 2.11. Social Sciences; CERCS SPECIALTY: S189 Organizational science ; SPECIALITY: temporary forms of organizing; innovation; design thinking; strategy
 
 
Additional information
Recent and most significant consulting and research projects
– FIESTA Finnish-Estonian Startup Ecosystem. European Commission Interreg Central Baltic application, 2018-2019 (this one unsuccessful, the only unsuccessful one in this list, reapply for 2020 to 2022).
– Peter Vesterbacka / Angry Birds Aalto Teaching. Peter Vesterbacka and myself. AUTE research project, 2018-2019.
– Cr8tv. European Commission Creative Europe project, with e.g. Roberto Verganti and Claudio Dell’Era, Politecnico Milan, myself employed through Business Design Lab, Gothenburg University, 2015-6.
– Internationalization of the (St. Petersburg Polytechnic University. Four-month project on “Cooperation between St. Petersburg Polytechnic University and Aalto University: Infographics, Games design, Business Modeling, and Design Factory”).
– Sino-Finnish university cooperation and collaboration. Three-month project on “Cooperation Between Aalto-University and Tongji University: How Ought Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture to Participate?” (deliverable to Creativity Sustainability Programme, Dept of Design, ARTS Dean, 15.1.2014).
– BOP-Edi application. Application prepared, with Tapio Koskinen, in the name of Rector Tuula Teeri, in response to Commission call as to European Design Innovation Platform, July 2, 2014.
– Innofocus, a European Commission Structural Funds project, with two deliverables: a) academic review & analysis for Aalto Small Business Center of concepts “trust”, “respect”, and “joy” as concerns collaboration between external funder and Aalto University; b) case study on Design for Growth and Prosperity report for the Commission, April-June 2013 (Innofocus, 2011-2013, a EUR 350 000,- project).
– Western Cape Design Strategy, member in extended team working on the design strategy document edited by Erica Elk of Cape Institute for Art & Design, and Robert Bloom, XYZ Design
– Aalto Goes Cape Town, establishing student collaboration between Aalto University and Cape Town Peninsula University of Technology, member in project June 2013 to November 2013, with visit to Cape Town, November, 2013
– Fun City, Rovio-IDBM project for “Angry Birds” / Rovio Entertainment, 2012-3 (EUR 20 000,-)
– Fluid Business Models in Creative and Cultural Ecosystems (FLUID, a project that builds in part on Design Ecosystem (see below), senior researcher at the International Design Business Management (IDBM) programme, Aalto School of Business (Tekes funding for FLUID 2012-2014, EUR 350 000,-
– Design Ecosystem, responsible research leader to develop new research of creative and cultural ecosystems, Wihuri foundation, 2011-2012 (EUR 25 000,- ), 2013 (EUR 2 000,-)
– Application developers in the heart of the Nokia ecosystem (HEART), consultant in a joint strategic project with Nokia Strategy and Forum Nokia www.nokia.com, ETH-Zürich www.ethz.ch and MIT www.mit.edu , as well as Tekes (“yrityshanke” or business-practice project, a pilot for a research project) www.tekes.fi , 2010-11. (EUR 25 000,- ).
– Born Globals in Finnish Rock Exports (Bogfires), Professor and research director, with Aalto University IDBM programme, funded by the Academy of Finland, http://bogfires.blogspot.com, 2009-2012. (direct Academy of Finland funding EUR 350 000,-).
– European Research Area Network with Africa (ERAFRICA), Professor and research director responsible for “information review & analysis”, Work Package 1 (of 5), with Ministry of Employment and Industry (TEM), Jyväskylä U., as well as researchers/participants mapping science and technology policies across 12 countries in the African Union and European Union, funded by the European Commission, www.erafrica.edu, 2010-2011. (direct European Commission funding EUR 950 000,-, with Finnish share 98 000,-).
– Kulma Oy http://www.kulma.com (part of the Logonet Group), consultant in “Internationalization strategy”, a joint strategic project with Tekes (“Tekes yrityshanke”), 2009-2011. (EUR 25 000,- )
– Media2, Professor and research director responsible for “sociological game theory”, with Helsinki University and Aalto University, funded by Sanoma foundation http://www.hssaatio.fi/en/ , 2011-2012. (Funding granted by the Sanoma Foundation EUR 44 500,- and returned to the Sanoma Foundation by University of Turku Financial and Administrative Head)
– Digital Reputation (DiRE), Professor and research director responsible for “service business”, with Helsinki University and Aalto University, with Nokia, Nordea, Pohjoisranta, Sensitiva, Talentum, and Wärtsilä, funded by Tekes, http://reputationproject.wordpress.com , 2010-2011(direct Tekes funding EUR 45 000,-)
–Nordic Virtual Worlds Network (NVWN), Professor and research director responsible for “innovation”, Work Package 2 (of 5). NVWN is done in cohort with Stockholm School of Economics, Uppsala University, Agder University, and Roskilde University, studying innovation and entrepreneurship in the emerging 3D Internet , funded by Nordic Innovation Center / Nordic Council http://www.nordicworlds.net , 2010-2011. (direct Nordic Council funding EUR 45 000,-)
– Northern Cape Premier’s Office, International Reviewer in “INSPIRE – Provincial Information Society Strategy Programme in the Republic of South Africa”, http://economic.ncape.gov.za/inspire , 2010. (direct Premier’s Office funding EUR 15 000,-).
–Nokia Siemens Networks http://www.nsn.com , consultant in “Design strategy”, 2006-2007. (EUR 8 000,-).
–Global Project Strategies of Finnish Firms http://gps.stanford.edu , (Tekes EUR 955 000,- and Academy of Finland EUR 258 000, those at Stanford University having with matching funding from the U.S.).
–Kone Design Strategy, helping Kone Elevators develop strategy for how to work with design consultants abroad and in Finland, 1995.

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Radical circles and revolutionary innovation: Angry Birds, Hay Day and the global transformation of video games Ainamo, A.; Dell’Era, C.; Verganti, R.2019Technological Forecasting & Social Change1.1.
Knowledge society for sustainable development: Building knowledge society in AfricaTapper, H.; Ainamo, A. 2019System Capacity Building on Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators for Sustainable Development3.2.
Robots and AI as ways to integrate education and work lifeAinamo, A.; Lehto,P.; Porokuokka, J. 2019Management and Business Education in the Time of Artificial Intelligence3.2.
Progress in the treatment and outcome of pediatric inflammatory bowel disease patientsKolho, K.-L.; Ainamo, A.2016Expert Review of Clinical Immunology3.1.
Online news and corporate reputation: A neurophysiological investigation, Journal of Media Psychology, 27(3), 118-133.Ravaja, N.; Aula, M.; Salminen, A.; Falco, S.; Laaksonen, S.; Ainamo, A.2015Journal of Media Psychology1.1.
Rethinking textile fashion: New materiality, smart products, and upcyclingAinamo, A.2014Swedish Design Research Journal1.2.
Inhabitants of Virtual Worlds, Players of Online Video Games — Beware!Ainamo, A.; Tammi, T.2013The Immersive Internet3.1.Aalto University
Integrating thinking globally and acting locally to design a sustainable human-centered organizationAinamo, A.2013Integrity in Organizations - Building the Foundations for Humanistic Management3.1.Aalto University
Lähetysseurasta kaupan tueksi. Suomalaisen kehitysyhteistyön institutionaalinen historiaAinamo, A.; Lindy, I.2013Social Policy6.6.
Entrepreneurial passion: An explorative case study of four metal-music ventures”, Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, 13(1), 18-36.Laaksonen, L.; Ainamo, A.; Karjalainen, T. M.2011Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship1.1.
Global projects: Strategic perspectivesAinamo, A.; Artto, K.; Levitt, R.; Orr, R.; Scot, W. R.; Tainio, R. 2010Scandinavian Journal of Management1.1.
Building the innovation factory: The people dimensionAinamo, a.2009Knowledge, Technology & Polic1.1.
Building working relationships with ‘Others’Ainamo, A.2009Building, Research & Information1.1.
Coordination mechanisms in cross-functional teams: A product design perspectiveAinamo, A.2007Journal of Marketing Management1.1.
Design-intensive born globals: A multiple case study of marketing managementFalaye, Z.; Salimäki, M.; Ainamo, A.; Gabrielsson, M.2007Journal of Marketing Management1.1.
Between West and East: A social history of business journalism in Cold war FinlandAinamo, A.; Tienari, J.; Vaara, E. 2006Human Relations1.1.
Coevolution of individual and firm-specific competences: The imprinting conditions and globalization of the Jaakko Poyry Group, 1946–1980Ainamo, A.2005Scandinavian Economic History Review1.1.
The Telecom Industry as Cultural Industry? The Transposition of Fashion Logics into the Field of Mobile TelephonyDjelic, M. L; Ainamo, A.2005Transformation in Cultural Industries3.1.
Part II: Dynamics of Knowledge Sharing and DisseminationAinamo, A.2005Challenges and Issues in Knowledge Management3.2.
The coevolution of new organization forms in the fashion industry: A historical and comparative study of France, Italy and the United StateDjelic, M. L.; Ainamo, A.1999Organization Science1.1.
Organisational learning and lean supply relationships: the case of Apple IrelandFynes, B.; ainamo, A.1998Supply Chain Management1.1.
After privatisation: Economic development, social transformation and corporate governance in the Baltic statesAinamo, A.; Cardwell, W. 1998Journal of Eastern European Management Studies1.2.
Product development strategies in emerging markets: The case of personal digital assistantsSakakibara, K.; Lindholm, C.; Ainamo, A. 1995Business Strategy Review1.1.