RSM in the media

RSM in the media

  • KPN winnaar financiële innovatieprijs IMA

    KPN has won the financial innovation prize, the annual Corporate Recognition Award from the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA). Stephan Kramer, Associate Professor in the Department of Accounting and Control at RSM, was...

  • 17.000 euro collegegeld? Inspectie grijpt nog steeds niet in

    RSM is asking students to pay 17,000 euros per year for the part-time master in business administration. According to Minister Van Engelshoven this is not allowed and the case is currently under investigation.

  • Inspectie grijpt niet in bij ‘onwettelijk’ collegegeld van 17.000 euro

    RSM is asking students to pay 17,000 euros per year for the part-time master in business administration. According to Minister Van Engelshoven this is not allowed and the case is currently under investigation.

  • rotterdam school of management douane master

    An article about RSM's Executive Master in Customs and Supply Chain Compliance, discussing the MSc with several students and alumna.

  • Manager, waag je dichter bij het vuur van non-profits

    An article that discusses the increasing integration between the business and non-profit sector, mentioning Lonneke Roza and Lucas Meijs of RSM. "In the case of non-profits, you have to think of foundations, associations and...

  • Venture capitalists als voorbeeld voor controllers bij disruptive innovations

    Murat Tarakci, Associate Professor of Innovation Management at RSM answers the question "how do you ensure that innovation is not only encouraged, but also controlled?"

  • How European Business Schools Make Sure Their MBA Students Get Internships Too

    An article mentioned RSM's MBA policy.

  • Meet the speakers of TI-NL’s Seminar & Webinar: Blowing the Whistle

    On November 29, Michaéla Schippers of RSM will be a speaker at the seminar & webinar Blowing the Whistle – Pride, Prejudice & Protection, addressing the reputation of blowing the whistle hosted by Transparency International...

  • Pressure Cooker over bedrijven die willen aanhaken bij goede doelen

    Dr. Lonneke Roza of RSM is organising a 'Pressure Cooker' session on new and possibly uncomfortable collaborations of charities and companies on 4 February 2019. This 'Pressure Cooker' is intended for anyone who wants more insight...

  • Want to improve patient care and staff morale? Take 10 minutes for a shift meeting and a special game of cards

    An article describing Dirk Deichmann's, Assistant Professor at the Department of Technology and Operations Management at RSM, newest research. Dirk studied how a simple card game of 10 minutes improved coworkers to work together...

  • How One Hospital Improved Patient Safety in 10 Minutes a Day

    An article written by Dirk Deichmann, Assistant Professor at the Department of Technology and Operations Management at RSM. Dirk studied how a simple card game of 10 minutes improved coworkers to work together more easily and how...

  • Nieuwe inzichten door Hackathon

    On 25 and 26 October, 40 IBA students from RSM have participated in a 31-hour hackathon. This took place for the second time at World Horti Center and is part of the collaboration with the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus universities.

  • Hackathon: een snelkookpan voor vraagstukken van bedrijven

    On 25 and 26 October, 40 IBA RSM students participated in a 31-hour hackathon.

  • Hoogleraar Rob van Tulder: 'Bedrijf met duurzame ambitie moet durven kiezen'

    Many companies find it difficult to turn their sustainable ambition into a concrete business model, concludes Rob van Tulder, professor of International Business at RSM. With his recently published book 'Getting all the Motives...

  • Masterclass Smart Manufacturing

    RSM will organise a masterclass focussed on smart manufacturing on November 7th.

  • Hackathon: een snelkookpan voor vraagstukken van bedrijven

    On 25 and 26 October, 40 IBA students from RSM have participated in a 31-hour hackathon. This took place for the second time at World Horti Center and is part of the collaboration with the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus universities.

  • Waarom breekt er in teams machtsstrijd uit?

    Research done by PhD candidate Lisanne van Bunderen has found that when a team experiences a threat or uncertainty and is individualistic in nature, a power struggle may arise. One way to prevent power struggles is to create teams...

  • Consider crowdfunding to benefit from customer investor insight, says research

    Entrepreneurs and start-up businesses across sectors have been urged to consider crowdfunding websites to fund their new companies, rather than just relying on traditional investors or venture capitalists. Philipp Cornelius,...

  • De sportvereniging is nodig om goed burgerschap te oefenen

    An article written by Lucas Meijs of RSM, and Philine van Overbeeke, Junior Researcher at the Business-Society Management Department at RSM. The article discusses the importance of sports clubs, and the importance of sports in...

  • Teams komen met betere ideeën dan individuen

    Dirk Deichman, Assistant Professor at the Department of Technology and Operations Management at RSM and his research partner Michael Jensen have done research if it is more effective to work in teams or to work alone. In their...