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The RSM STAR Sustainability Forum 2019 attracted students and business professionals.
Inaugural address about leadership for innovation by Professor Daan Stam.
Bachelor students say she guided them to go into substantial depth with research and data gathering.
The three-day event was organised by RSM students to experience life as a strategy consultant.
Lean startup method is the way to go in curriculum’s Entrepreneurship Challenge.
Creating a culture for sustainable business starts with individual action.
Electric City Drive experiment tries out nudges for drivers of BMW hybrid cars.
RSM and TU Delft students win CleanTech Challenge with sustainability product and business plan.
Companies and almost-graduated students connected to discuss internship and job opportunities.
Erasmus School of Law and University of St. Gallen partner with RSM to launch course for lawyers.
Fully committed to RSM’s mission to be a force for positive change.
Participants explored business through lectures and company visits in Rotterdam and Warsaw.
Bachelor students chose the best professor, course and support team for annual awards.
Professionals learn to deal with challenges effectively in seven-day outdoor leadership programme.
The multi-source case explores TomTom’s brand management success and challenges.
Managers, entrepreneurs and students explored transparency, data and blockchain at Venture Café.
What triggers companies to attract sustainability-minded investors? Paul Ruijs wins €1,000.
Students use knowledge of climate change and business to respond to wicked problem at conference.
Sixteen companies presented themselves to RSM’s business students at the Bachelor Internship Fair.
Bursting the sustainability bubble is essential, says master student Nike van der Velde.