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New chair focuses on consumers’ modes of processing information – and advertisements.
‘Captivating storyteller’ Stefano Tasselli named outstanding MBA professor by Poets&Quants.
More than 50 graduates received their MSc International Management/CEMS degree on campus.
RSM and TU Delft students developed sustainability business ideas for CleanTech Challenge 2018.
Purchasing is in a key position to reorient the health care system from volume to value.
Female leaders discussed how to boost leadership, negotiation and communication skills at RSM.
MSc graduate Tatjana Morisnicenko won €1,000 for her sustainability-focused thesis.
Alumni and recruiters shared experiences and recommendations with 50 management students.
RSM master elective focuses on big data analytics for marketing insights.
Guidelines for Asia Pacific highlight opportunities & challenges for multi-stakeholder partnerships.
Three-year international collaboration project receives H2020 grant of € 3 million.
Managers can learn digital analytics, strategy, innovation and change in new executive programmes.
Top 250 growth companies of 2018 in the Netherlands have generated 32,000 new jobs in three years.
Jackie Cuthbert held keynote speech for 220 MBA and EMBA graduates at WTC Rotterdam.
RSM alumna Shirley Elands puts positive change in motion with her business skills.
A good match and plenty of motivation make a successful partnership.
Inaugural address from Prof. Gabriele Jacobs on organisational behaviour and culture.
Prof. Stefano Puntoni was recognised for his world-class research in the field of marketing.
Five-year accreditation acknowledges quality of master for international trade and supply chain.
The two €15,000 I WILL Awards 2018 went to start-ups by RSM students: Boxrs4ALL and Juvoo.