Stora EnsoFri Feb 27th, 2016
What our trainees do
Let our latest trainees show you some of the amazing things they do on their journey to GROW into future leaders with the Stora Enso Global Trainee Programme.
Adam FredrikssonThu Feb 9th, 2017
Julius SäiläThu Feb 9th, 2017
I remember thinking countless times "how is this piece of theoretical information going to help me in work life?" when studying in university.
Iiris ImmonenWed Feb 1st, 2017
The GROW trainee programme includes a 3-month International Assignment. A different division, yet a new working culture.
Henna HietanenMon Jan 23rd, 2017
We have all done it or at least heard from it, Stora Enso’s annual employee survey, Your Voice.
Oscar DuarteThu Jan 12th, 2017
One of the first aspects of Stos Enso's organizational culture that was transmitted to the trainees was the importance of innovation. Around 70% of all major Stora Enso's innovations have their roots at our customers. But although we constantly hear about innovation success stories we forget about sharing/asking for one of the most important aspects of success: FAILURE. Failure and innovation are more related to each other than we think; the more we fail, the more we learn, the closer we are to our goal.
Björn ThelinFri Dec 16th, 2016
Stora Enso is in the middle of a significant transformation. Our company is aiming to evolve from a traditional paper and board producer to a renewable materials growth company. Drivers for this transformation are a strong focus on customers and new innovation approaches, which will enable us to better respond to market trends and customer requirements...
Hanna WesterbergMon Dec 12th, 2016
When I was a child, I wanted to become a writer. I had this romanticised picture of myself writing fantastic, intelligent and adventurous books with capturing characters. The years passed and the life of a writer started to seem too lonely and instead, I developed a big interest in psychology.
Vitor CordeiroFri Dec 9th, 2016
"Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything", the Irish writer Bernard Shaw once said. Don't you agree? Just keep that in mind…
Per EngströmTue Nov 29th, 2016
When I think back to it, I still haven’t got a sound answer from my dad. Why did he always tell me to clean my room on Saturday evenings from the time when I turned 15? Saturday evenings were holy for me at that time. Often I told him I would just clean my room on Sundays instead, but his message was clear and unchangeable: the whole family had to clean the house together and at the exact same time. Over and out. I didn't understand. What was it that I would get out of investing my precious Saturday evening-time in that exact task at that exact time?
Iiris ImmonenMon Nov 28th, 2016
Servus! I am Iiris Immonen and I work as part of the Operations Improvement team in the Wood Products Division. My desk is at Ybbs Sawmill in Austria, together with most of our team that is, however, we operate virtually throughout the division.