Building the Future of Finland through Knowledge, Know-How and Education
Work and know-how are the cornerstones of wellbeing in Finnish society. We were pleased to share your ideas on factors that will contribute to Finland's future success in knowledge, know-how and education and that will help Finland navigate through the global disruption in employment. FinnSight 2016 -forum was hel 13th September. Joining us were top Finnish and international speakers. The event was headed by a distinguished panel of experts who will engage the audience in fruitful discussions. The event will be moderated by Professor and Managing Director Pekka Mattila (Aalto University Executive Education).
The aim of the event was to generate innovative ideas about the reconguration of work and the success factors of knowledge and know-how. The event forms part of the Finnish Government's preparations for its next report on the future.
So please join us in building the future of Finland through knowledge, know-how and education. A live webcast from the event will be displayed on tis site.
The event was organised by the Academy of Finland, the Finnish National Board of Education, the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, the Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra, the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation Tekes, the Ministry of Employment and the Economy, and the Prime Minister's Office.
Presentations in the event
- Justin Cook: Learning at the edge (pdf)
- Charles Fadel: Exponential Technologies and Sustainable Humanity (pdf)
- Paula Lehtomäki: Valtioneuvosto tulevaisuustyössä (pdf)
- Barbara Schneider: Crafting Engagement in Science Environments (pdf)