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STAR’s first and current board members talk about the student association’s aims.
Alumnus Derek Roos, CEO of Mendix, talks about constantly reinventing himself as an entrepreneur.
RSM alumna Meiny Prins and executive fellow Willem Ferwerda talk about sustainable agriculture.
Prof. Rob van Tulder outlines societal challenges in food sustainability and security in RSM Outlook
Read in RSM Outlook why a sense of organisational and individual purpose is integral to success.
The winners of I WILL Get in the Ring 2018 share how their ideas are being executed.
New alumni and corporate relations director explains why alumni are crucial to RSM, and vice versa
Employment report shows that around 60% of RSM graduates found a job before completing studies.
Shown by report of independent investigation committee.
New chair focuses on personalisation and privacy in the digital age.
41 RSM students acted as government, industry and civil society representatives.
Pressure from younger generations will make businesses become more sustainable.
Marketing management students pitch winning idea for innovative marketing concept.
Prof. Steven Sweldens’ inaugural address: conscious and unconscious processes in consumer research.
Communications professionals can learn theory and practice in summer course in June 2018.
RSM student in ‘Leaders of tomorrow’: staying economically and socially relevant after automation.
The bachelor students worked on a case involving a customer loyalty programme for a retail company.
Almost 350 bachelor students spoke to companies, career coaches and alumni on campus.
New chair focuses on growing business by learning from consumers in a digital society.
RSM Executive Education’s customised programmes now #1 in the Netherlands.