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Launch of integrated campaign highlights commitment to next generation management students.
RSM receives fifth consecutive accreditation for continuous improvement and quality of education.
Three-day executive course equips managers to modernise sales departments.
Exploring the challenges for organisations in creating and capturing new wealth.
Alumni from the Class of 2017 initiated and organised reunion one year after graduation.
Executive education participants turn big data and analytics into knowledge that companies can use.
Leading thinker for collaborations of business, education research and social-economic circumstance.
New position reflects managerial importance of standardisation.
Prof. Volberda laid the foundation for RSM’s strategic management and entrepreneurship department.
New doctoral research position created by RSM’s role in Horizon 2020 project.
Women participate more in labour process, but are under-represented in high positions and politics.
100 professionals who are ready to be change makers can join the NRC Live Challenge.
Conference co-organised by RSM, faculties of law and philosophy, and World Economic Forum.
Prof. Zuidwijk’s research will focus more on sustainable global supply chains.
Students from 16 top business schools worldwide joined the RSM Private Equity Competition 2018.
The art of writing theory and exploring Chinese culture among award winners.
Double book launch test-drives Rob van Tulder’s strategies for sustainability.
The new RSM Outlook is out now, with stories of alumni and how to tackle societal challenges.
Managers explored how to keep focus and put social impact at the core of decision-making processes.
Professors Henk Volberda and Justin Jansen are on Highly Cited Researchers list for fifth time.