Nokia Bridge Organization

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Nokia Bridge
Stakeholder
material
May 16, 2011
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Bridge aims to create meaningful opportunities
for individuals and local economies
Bridge priorities
1st priority:
Assist individuals
and teams to
utilize their
capabilities to the
fullest
2nd priority:
Continue to build
the local economies where Nokia
plays a driver role
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3rd priority:
Support Nokia’s
new strategy and
ecosystem
Bridge is structured in two major elements
Support
transition of
individuals
Financial
benefits
Re-employment support
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Direct financial packages
In-direct financial support (e.g., relocation)
Training and re-education
Counselling
Job opportunity identification
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Training, support, and coaching
Nokia technology and expertise sharing
Spin-offs from core business
Expert networks and connections
Grants
Venture capital financing
Bridge
Support
local
innovation
Nokia
Ecosystem
innovation
External
innovation
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Local Bridges lead and coordinate the program at the
site level, drawing support from partners
Local Bridges driving the program
Nokia global
support to Bridge
Nokia’s partners
Innovation
Severance
packages
Proactive “job
creation” with
partners
Education &
scholarships
Research
programs
Growth Venture financing
Early stage funding
Innovation Bridge
Public
stakeholders
Nokia
trainings, fairs &
other events
Career counseling &
job search support
Keeping people active
(including counseling)
Grants
Entrepreneuship
support
Physical meeting places
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Spin-offs
Helpdesk for innovation
Local shaping of Bridge support
Local
entrepreneurship
communities
Asset
Releases
Acceleration of business creation
Transition
Nokia Bridge Organization
Local Bridges (does not include full local teams)
Local
Bridge
Leader
Oulu
Markku
Hiltunen
Tampere
Seppo
Haataja
HR :
Milla Auniola
Kati Lammi
F&C:
Nina Vähäsarja Minna Mäkinen
Legal:
Tom Southerington
Salo
Jukka Juva
Capital
region
Matti Vänskä
Copenhagen
Peter Ib
UK
Andrew
Cooper
Bangalore
Rohit Arya
Cluj
Tiberiu
Valean
USA
Scott Cooper
Kenneth Klas
Salla Jämsä
Neil Wilks
Heather Garrett
Sanjeev Prasad G. Pankler
Kati Suupohja
TBD
Anna Wahlroos
Taru Hichisson
Chin Ivy
Taru Hichisson
D Indragiri
Patrik Hammaren
Escalation HR: Aapo Pispa (Ville Valtonen)
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Genevieve
Silveroli
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Anu Pires
Roxana Milas
INS contact:
Juha Vahviala
Morten Boerch
Kate Hibbert
Syed Afroze
Melinda Kovacs
Comms:
Päivyt Tallqvist, Saara Tahvanainen (media); Anna Saura (internal)
Oskar Södergren Mark Squires
Poonam Kaul
Anna Simai
Workplace
resources:
Ollipekka Huotari
Ulf Jonsson
Sanjeev Tuli
Holger Mannhardt Suzanne Leblanc (East
Coast)
Becky Locke (West Coast)
Timo Ylinen
Sirpa
Lindholm
Simon Francis
Carrie Roberts (US)
Lisa Trusty (E-Coast)
Desiree Seager (W-Coast)
TBD
Sean Murphy
TBD
Laurie Armstrong
Global coordination roles
NLT Sponsor
Esko Aho
• Overall NLT sponsor of Bridge
Global Bridge leader • Lead the overall Bridge Program
• Reports to Juha Äkräs’ Change Task Force
Robert Andersson
HR head
Jennifer Rawsthorn
• Maintain HR policies and guidelines
• Bridge-type HR support in non-Bridge sites
• Lead communications on Bridge
Communications
Anna Saura, Saara T. • Build and support Bridge websites
Vision Fund
Tero Ojanperä
• Take forward the Vision Fund concept
Change Task Force
Juha Äkräs
• Global Change Task Force leader responsible for all
Change Themes in Nokia
HR – Job oppor.
Samuli Kivikko
• Manage incoming larger job offers
• Outwards connections to pot. employees
HR- Outplacement
Carita Poussa
• Develop outplacement support systems
• Support sites with Nokia talent mapping material
Bridge F&C head
Mervi K-H
• Manage and oversee Bridge Finance & Control
• Interact with key stakeholders at global level
Workpl. Res. (WR)
Bethany Davis
• Provides global support in WR related matters,
coordinates with local WR
F&C controller
Susanna Honka
• F&C structure and controller for Bridge
• F&C point of contact
Legal
Leena Siirala
• Identification of legal issues, coordination of relevant
experts , global alignment of legal approaches.
Services Unit F&C /Unit FPR : Ville Vieltojärvi
MP: Hara Ilkka / Alaniva Antti
Markets: Frondaroli Carlo/ Kukkonen
Confidential
Helena
Employment legal support - First point contact in all HR related matters
Global: Pia Sirola and Pasi Lehtinen
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US Tina Kremenezky
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1. Find a new job within Nokia
Supporting continuing employment
• We are doing our best internally to support reemployment within Nokia in e.g., Windows phone
development
• We have efficient tools (Internal Job Market “IJM”) and
procedures to internal career rotation
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2. Find a new job outside Nokia
Outplacement services for individual ex-Nokia employees
• Extensive efforts to match Nokia talent with external job offers,
including job portal, career counseling support, job fairs and other
outplacement services
• Interested companies can work together with our local
outplacement partners to find the best candidates for their open
positions
“ Batch” job offers
• We are in active partnering discussions with companies looking to
hire larger groups of affected Nokia employees, for example to
establish a new team or site
• Interested companies should contact the local Bridge leaders for
further support
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3. Start a new business
Entrepreneurship support
• Grants and guarantees to support new businesses
• Partnering with local relevant players to provide “boot camp” and
helpdesk type of support for potential entrepreneurs.
Asset releases and spin-offs
• Supporting local innovation by releasing assets (e.g., ideas and
technologies) or creating spin-offs from whole teams
• Partnering with local players to make the process as smooth as
possible (e.g., Innovation Mill with Technopolis in Finland)
Acceleration of business creation
• Nokia is searching new ways to accelerate new business creation
and have positive impact to the affected communities
• Co-investors and other type of partners invited
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4. Learn something new
Nokia supports locally driven initiatives for creating
opportunities that enable people to learn something new
• Examples of this could include:
• Education programs
• Tailored training programs (e.g., Silverlight)
• Completing a new or unfinished degree
• Nokia seeks to partner with other public and private players
(often locally) who are able to co-fund options or help execute
them
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5. Create your own path
Nokia supports locally driven initiatives for creating
opportunities that enable people to create their own path
Examples of possible new paths could include:
• Creating new R&D programs employing ex-Nokia employees
• Supporting work in a not-for-profit organization
• Other – creative ideas are welcome!!
• Nokia’s role is mostly a “matchmaker” to create these paths and
sharing information. In some cases, Nokia also acts as an
“enabler” investor / supporter seeking maximum leverage from
relevant partners
• Local Bridges will partner with local players to create the options
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Local Bridge Leaders responsible for organizing
the Bridge activities at each site
Local Bridges are in the driver’s seat
• Local Bridges are the first point of contact regarding all enquiries of a particular site
(media, internal, external partners)
• The local Bridge leaders, supported by local teams, are responsible for driving and
coordinating all efforts together with local partners and stakeholders
Bridge site
Bridge leader
Local HR contact
Oulu
Markku Hiltunen
Milla Auniola
Tampere
Seppo Haataja
Kati Lammi
Salo
Jukka Juva
Kenneth Klas
Finland capital region
Matti Vänskä
Salla Jämsä
Copenhagen
Peter Ib
Neil Wilks
UK
Andrew Cooper
Heather Garrett
Bangalore
Rohit Arya
Sanjeev Prasad
Cluj
Tiberiu Valean
Georgiana Pankler
USA
Scott Cooper
Lisa Trusty- White Plains
Desiree Seager -San Diego
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Local Bridge’s to serve as a place for people to connect with
others and learn more about job, training and entrepreneurship
opportunities
Local Bridges are physical meeting places
What can be found at the Bridges?
• Open space for people to connect
• Working space, computers and announcement boards
• Local Bridge representatives able to assist with practical
questions
• Representatives from local partners (e.g, ELY-centers,
business promotion agencies)
• Premises for start-ups, spin-offs, partner pre-incubators
and local partners to operate (as needed)
What activities take place at the Bridge?
• Recruiting fairs and sessions for companies to connect
with people
• CV clinics, career counseling sessions
• Entrepreneurship informing sessions
• Counseling sessions, sports activities, other networking &
social events
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Concretely, Bridge is about supporting people in
following their chosen paths
• We have studied past re-employment projects to
determine the most impactful ways to sustainably and
rapidly re-employ affected persons
• Bridge program created based on the findings:
• A voluntary platform of support once the former work
ends – not a “centre”
• Focus on wide reaching search and creative creation
of re-employment opportunities
• Heavy emphasis on supporting entrepreneurship
through e.g., training, asset releases, funding
• Global, but locally driven initiative with respected
seniors leaders of each site creating the program
together with the affected persons
• Created together with local partners – key points
where collaboration needed highlighted in blue
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