News

Five new sustainable business study cases for restoring landscapes

Help for professionals to remedy degraded landscapes, with social, cultural, and financial returns.

New social entrepreneurship course benefits companies, entrepreneurs and society

Participants learn to look at social entrepreneurship from a business and non-profit perspective.

Making connections: three successful alumni-student pairs

The best way to gain experience? By learning from someone who has been there, done that.

Going Dutch in London at local chapter event

Alumni reconnected and talked about positive change, multilingualism, data and, of course, Brexit.

Corporate political responsibility: don’t act like illusionists

Are Fortune 500 companies serious about maintaining our planet and its people’s health?

Gaining a new perspective in the wilderness

Nordic Leadership Exhibition pushes business leaders out of comfort zone.

900 new bachelor graduates on their way to a business career

The ceremonies for the two BSc programmes took place at the New Luxor Theatre in Rotterdam.

ERIM marks 20 years of research in management

Celebrating top research coming from a research collaboration between ESE and RSM.

‘Corporate activism’ and ‘crisis communications’ theses win awards

Awards were announced at the graduation of the MSc Corporation Communications Class of 2019.

ERIM Awards for research – from diversity in teams to sustainable finance

ERIM recognised its researchers for their publications, dissertation and outstanding work.

Award for PhD research on judgment and decision making

Gizem Yalcin received the Jane Beattie Memorial Scholarship to continue excellence in her research.

RSM wins private equity case competition about future automotive investments

Jury of venture capital and private equity experts assess 16 global teams.

Know your purpose – then act

Research shows that people with a purpose live longer, sleep better, and have better sex.

Graduate survey: “It’s up to our generation to end climate crisis”

Millennials carry commitment to the environment and society into the business world.

Four new Distinguished Alumni join RSM’s roll of honour

Recognition for achievements and volunteering in the RSM community and in society

Being a force for positive change starts here

Here’s why RSM is preparing the next generation to be reflective, creative and collaborative.

Speed interviews popular at international career event

Around 300 skilled students joined recruitment event to explore international career opportunities.

Business research as a force for positive change at RSM

How business research contributes to the issues behind World Science Day for Peace and Development.

Flore Bridoux appointed professor of stakeholder management

Research aims to focus on how managers can deal with trade-offs among stakeholder interests.

New book shows standardisation education can support sustainable development

Best practices and education case studies from book co-authored by Prof. Henk de Vries.