Discover a wide range of anniversary celebratory activities RSM has organised in 2020-2021.
Studying at RSM was a game changer for me.
It’s fantastic to lead the way and inspire others in their careers
I learned to persevere and go the extra mile at RSM
I’m in the right place and RSM helped me find it.
Joost Hugo van Son
I wanted to work in Africa before the rest of the world catches up.
I’d love to go back and do the RSM MBA all over again.
Vincent de Wildt
Sparks were flying between us from the first day at RSM
Maartje Schoolderman and Stefan Bernards
Everyone I studied with is now doing amazing things worldwide.
Training a company in Gambia made me really proud.
My inaugural address was a bigger party than my wedding.
RSM really opened my mind and creativity
It’s been an exciting international journey since 1986.
Linda de Vries
I was camping in a three-piece suit and tie.
We have interviews and specially commissioned videos to show you. The highlight is the presentation of a large installation on the third floor of Mandeville building. It shows the 50-year history of RSM, researched by an RSM alumnus and documented in words and old photographs. Watch the full video below.
We celebrated our 50th birthday party with hundreds of RSM alumni, students, staff and friends around the world on Thursday 24 June 2021. Events were organised by RSM’s alumni chapters and international volunteers – thank you so much for helping to make this happen.
Dive into the four hottest societal topics right now: the future of professions, employment megatrends, artificial intelligence, and sustainable finance. You can watch the recordings of these exclusive open lectures, which are part of RSM’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
In this exclusive lecture Dean Ansgar Richter discusses topics like ‘Who needs human providers of professional expertise when computers can provide this expertise faster, cheaper, and more widely?’ The development and rise of IT, the internet and artificial intelligence are challenging professional sectors such as medicine, law and accountancy. These sectors have begun to fragment.
Berry Diepeveen, Partner in Bain & Company’s Amsterdam office, joins the lecture as a business speaker to bring his invaluable insights into this topic.
Latest advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) provide abundant opportunities for modern businesses. AI-driven companies are likely to outperform traditional ones. But this doesn’t come easily. AI has stated to show positive impacts on industries, it also comes with many risks. There are many challenges for businesses that embrace AI, spanning across operating models, data, algorithms and experiments.
In this open lecture, Professor Ting Li discusses these topics and you’ll also learn how this works in business practice from expert Stefan van Duin, Partner Analytics & Cognitive at Deloitte Consulting.
Can working from home be happy, healthy, and productive? There’s an unprecedented opportunity presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, one which sits perhaps oddly alongside its economic and health devastation. And it’s this: the pandemic has become the world’s biggest-ever workplace experiment. Many organisations have suddenly shifted to remote working models, and this has significant implications for the future of work.
Dr Anne Burmeister, RSM’s Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management, analyses the opportunities and challenges created by remote working for the wellbeing and productivity of employees. She’s joined by business practitioners, invited to give their views based on their experiences over the past seven or eight months.
This is the third in RSM’s series of free Open Lectures to mark 50 years of RSM. Dr Burmeister’s focus is on whether remote work can provide the context in which employees can be happy, healthy, and productive.
Dr Anne Burmeister is joined by top professionals who add their perspectives from the business world: Johanna Meijer-Wolfbauer, global HR Director Foodservice at FrieslandCampina and Suzanne Verzijden, head of HR at Philips Personal Health & Benelux.
People keep talking about balancing profit with social and environmental impact. But this doesn’t come easily. Responsible business practices have shown positive financial and social outcomes. So how can businesses embrace impact through strategy, business models and measurement? And how can the financial sector steer this process by investing in and lending to companies that balance profit and impact? In this open lecture, Dirk Schoenmaker, professor of banking and finance, discusses these topics.
You’ll also learn how this works in banking practice and politics from Kees Vendrik, the chief economist of Triodos Bank and member of the Dutch senate for political party GroenLinks.