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Almost 30 professionals started the part-time, double-degree programme in September 2018.
Study results to be presented at RUGGEDISED general assembly and Nordic Edge conference.
Hybrid BMW and MINI drivers invited to join the Electric City Drive project.
Identify strategic business issues and organise thoughts without distraction.
Purpose is key to agile leadership and resilient organisations: RSM Leadership Summit 2018.
What social entrepreneurs need to overcome barriers to scaling up.
An ECO Coin Living Lab on campus. A real-life experiment for the money of tomorrow?
RSM’s Tatjana Schneidmüller and Dr Kevin Heij were recognised for their business research papers.
Twelve organisations asked RSM MBA students for advice on real-life business problems.
Boosting B2B relationships with better customer knowledge and stronger internal connections.
Dr Jelle de Vries recognised for the scientific value and relevance of his research ideas.
Erasmus Tech Community at RSM ‘satisfies the hunger for tech debate’.
Shanghai Customs College to offer RSM executive master for customs professionals in Asia.
RSM’s Dr Yashar Ghiassi-Farrokhfal co-authored the paper on design issues in green energy systems.
RSM Discovery magazine gives executives direct access to the latest management thinking.
Big data research in insurance, health and education showcased at annual conference.
Dr Sarah Draus studied how order flow fragmentation allows exchanges to retain market power.
Industry and academia discuss the implications of the data revolution for business strategies.
Study trip takes in Tesla, Google, YouTube and networking with RSM alumni in Silicon Valley.
‘Put your skills into something bigger than yourself’, alumna guest speaker tells the Class of 2018.