Department of Industrial Engineering and Management
The Department of Industrial Engineering and Management (DIEM) conducts world-class research and education focusing on the creation and transformation of technology-based business. This is examined from three complementary perspectives: strategy and venturing, operations, and people. Combining technological, economic, and organizational knowledge, the department has a long-standing history of highly multidisciplinary research in collaboration with industry and other organizations. This research has an outstanding societal impact. Our internationally acknowledged research and close connections to diverse industries are also the foundations of our highly recognized teaching. We strive to educate engineers who can develop and lead businesses with an entrepreneurial mindset.
Ilkka Paananen Finnish EY’s Startup Entrepreneur of the Year
Aalto alumnus Ilkka Paananen has been chosen as the Entrepreneur of the Year 2015 by EY Finland.
Defence of dissertation in the field of Industrial Engineering and Management, Marja Turunen, M.Sc.
Toward a Consciousness-Based View of Organizing
Defence of dissertation in the field of Business Process Networks, Päivi Pöyry-Lassila
Collaborative, Informal Learning in Distributed Knowledge-Intensive Wor...
Defence of dissertation in the field of Industrial Engineering and Management, Otto Mäkelä, MA
Integrating business models and knowledge management
Timo Vuori on shared understanding in organizations
DIEM professor publishes on theories on reflexion and reflection in shared cognition