Journalists

Journalists

Contact Information

For information or questions regarding RSM, or for help finding an expert, journalists can contact:

Marianne Schouten 
Media & Public Relations Manager 
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50 
3062 PA Rotterdam 
The Netherlands 
Tel.: +31 (0)10 408 2877 
Fax: +31 (0)10 408 90 20 
Email: mschouten@rsm.nl 

For research-related questions:

Ramses Singeling
Media Officer 
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50 
3062 PA Rotterdam 
The Netherlands 
Tel.: +31 (0)10 408 2028 
Email: singeling@rsm.nl

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How unethical behaviour spreads through a company’s social network

How unethical behaviour spreads through a company’s social network

Unethical behaviour doesn’t happen in isolation. Causes, links and how it spreads in new PhD research by Franziska Zuber

Hyperactive people are more often self-employed

Hyperactive people are more often self-employed

People with hyperactivity – one of the symptoms of ADHD – are more likely to be self-employed, according to new research from Ingrid Verheul

BLOG: How far do women’s salaries lag behind men’s in the Netherlands?

BLOG: How far do women’s salaries lag behind men’s in the Netherlands?

Why measuring the salary gap between men and women is extremely difficult. And how the World Economic Forum approaches this.

Sharing knowledge in the hospital across status barriers

Sharing knowledge in the hospital across status barriers

Who in the hospital is in the best position to share valuable knowledge across the status barriers between nurses and doctors?

Beautiful and engrossing games lead to more learning

Beautiful and engrossing games lead to more learning

Give educational games an engaging story and make them look good - players will learn more from them. Research by Andreas Alexiou.

How high-performing companies design their digital workplaces

How high-performing companies design their digital workplaces

Digital workplaces are more successful when managers trust employees and dare to learn from their mistakes.

Who benefits when a brand disappears?

Who benefits when a brand disappears?

How do loyal customers react when a brand or product is no longer on sale? And how can remaining brands benefit from such exits?

Bias makes every forecaster either a ‘smoother’ or a ‘chaser’

Bias makes every forecaster either a ‘smoother’ or a ‘chaser’

There are two types of personal style for forecasters: ‘smoothers’ and ‘chasers’. How can the company overcome their biases?

Why managers should not treat nationality as ‘software of the mind’

Why managers should not treat nationality as ‘software of the mind’

Nationality does not predict behaviour, says Giorgio Touburg. Managers should explore the national cultural backgrounds of their teams.

School children speed up adoption of new technology

School children speed up adoption of new technology

Introducing technology to schoolchildren helps to get it adopted by their parents and neighbouring households. Research by Rodrigo Belo.