Henrika Franck - Why are rules not enough?

Why don’t we always do what we know is right? Often you know the right thing to do, but still you act differently. What steers our action? Most of us want to see ourselves as good people, but still we tell little white lies and cheat a little every day. The presentation will discuss why this is the case, and what we can do in order to become aware of our behaviour and its consequences to our community.

Welcome to our exciting after-work event! Come and mingle with students, alumni and staff. Snacks will be served.

Henrika Franck

   When: Wednesday 10 October 2018 16.00–18.00
   Where: Arcada, Jan-Magnus Janssonin aukio 1, Helsinki

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Henrika Franck is Vice Rector of Research and Innovation at Arcada University of Applied Sciences. She is also a visiting researcher at the Aalto University  School of Business. Her research specializes in the actions of individuals and groups in the context of strategic/organisational/societal change, focusing on  individuals as agentic moral actors.


Do you have questions about this event or alumni relations in general? Contact Head of External Relations Mia Ingman at or on mobile 050 363 3600 for more information.