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Dr Julija Mell’s research takes a new approach to studying how people think about the future.
The rise of AI and data science is causing a shift in the way that business responds to demands.
The two-week event includes more than 80 activities, with more than 50 speakers and 70 companies.
Prof Finn Wynstra found efficiency and effectiveness depend on extensive supplier involvement.
Hot topics in data and AI for business, societal impact, research and careers at online summit.
It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of Prof. Dianne Bevelander.
Study association’s plans to enrich student life with academic, career, and social events.
Bachelor project connects students and companies to exchange fresh ideas and knowledge.
Students from RSM’s bachelor programmes created real businesses as part of their curriculum.
Leveraging neuroscience, big data and machine learning to better understand consumer behaviour
Two-week Career Bootcamp brings recruiters and students together.
Web-based change management tool guides strategic development through data-driven benchmarking.
Dr Christina Langenbusch was recognised for her research’ quality and its relevance to business.
Alumni all over the world celebrated RSM’s 50th birthday, in so many different ways.
The Class of 2021 received their diplomas after an inspiring keynote by Prof. Nicola Kleyn.
Three European business schools extend education into space sector with new programme.
The award recognizes exemplary holistic scholarship and a bright future in marketing research.
It pays off if family firms redistribute share capital, according to RSM, BDO and Rabobank research.
RSM alumna Nisreen Mehho was featured by Poets & Quants on World Refugee Day 2021.
Five-year MAGPIE project wins Horizon 2020 funding.