RSM in the media

RSM in the media

  • Professor: Diversity policies fall short due to conflicting goals, lack of management

    Meir Shemla has co-published a 2018 paper researching diversity management practices in organisations. He said in a statement that when members of a team are different from each other, they perceive, experience and understand...

  • Hoe gaan we om met vrijwillige energie?

    Lucas Meijs and Philine van Overbeeke of RSM interviewed 450 volunteer managers about what they considered important in their work. For this research they have divided volunteer organisations into four categories based on two...

  • Business schools shift to a more sustainable future

    An article that discusses responsible education initiatives that are being practiced at RSM.

  • I'd Rather Be Replaced By A Robot Than A Human Being

    Research conducted by Stefano Puntoni of RSM, which found that while people generally prefer to see jobs go to people rather than to robots, this preference reverses when they consider their own jobs.

  • Brieven 6/9/2019

    Henk de Vries of RSM has written an opinion article regarding the fact that 'De Autoriteit Consument & Markt' has banned PostNL to take over Sandd.

  • Abstracte plannen overbrengen? Non-verbale communicatie wordt belangrijker

    Joep Cornelissen, Professor of Corporate Communication and Management, has been mentioned in an article. The article discusses how an abstract story may be sold to the public. He states that "the type of language used is quite a...

  • Normalisatie moet op managementagenda

    Many companies are insufficiently aware of the importance of standardisation for the company. As a result, there is no clear policy. That is what Henk de Vries, professor of Standardization Management at RSM, says. He hopes to...

  • What’s love got to do with it? The motivating power of passion in business

    An article by Stefano Tasselli discussing passion for one's work. He explains that if managers want to retain and motivate, they should appeal to employees’ passion and desire.

  • Online fee-paying libraries tackle textbook inflation

    An article that discusses Perlego, an online library for academic textbooks. Gabi Helfert of RSM has commented on this method.

  • Abstracte plannen overbrengen? ‘Non-verbale communicatie belangrijker dan taal’

    Joep Cornelissen, Professor of Corporate Communication and Management, has been mentioned in an article. The article discusses how an abstract story may be sold to the public. He states that "the type of language used is quite a...

  • Hersenscans laten zien of een video ons boeit

    Ale Smidts, Maarten Boksem and Hang-Yee Chan have measured how our brains respond to TV commercials. It appears that the brains of different people react identically when they see exciting videos, according to their research....

  • [Onderzoek] Hersenscans laten zien of een video ons boeit

    Ale Smidts, Maarten Boksem and Hang-Yee Chan have measured how our brains respond to TV commercials. It appears that the brains of different people react identically when they see exciting videos, according to their research....

  • [Onderzoek] Boeiende video genereert vergelijkbare reacties in de hersenen

    Research conducted by Maarten Boksem, Ale Smidts and Hang-Yee Chang regarding emotional storytelling has been mentioned in an article.

  • Hersenscans tonen aan of een video ons boeit

    Research regarding emotional storytelling conducted by Ale Smidts, Maarten Boksem and Hang-Yee Chan has been mentioned in an article. Their research indicated that brain activity of different people is often identical when they...

  • WAAROM WE BEPAALDE FILMPJES BOEIEND VINDEN

    If we find a trailer or an advertisement fascinating, then our brains show the same pattern, according to researchers from RSM. We are mainly stimulated in the brain areas that are associated with the processing of emotions and...

  • Hersenonderzoek: een emotioneel filmpje mét een verhaal boeit het meest

    Ale Smidts, Maarten Boksem and Hang-Yee Chan have measured how our brains respond to TV commercials. It appears that the brains of different people react identically when they see exciting videos, according to their research....

  • MSc Programs in Human Resource Management Get a New Lease of Life

    An article discussing the increasing popularity of HRM studies.

  • Most Workers Would Prefer to be Replaced by a Robot Than by Another Human

    An article that discusses new research my Stefano Puntino, Professor of Marketing at RSM. His research suggests that while people generally prefer to see jobs go to people rather than to robots, this preference reverses when they...

  • You're replacing me with a robot? That's fine

    An article that discusses new research my Stefano Puntino, Professor of Marketing at RSM. His research suggests that while people generally prefer to see jobs go to people rather than to robots, this preference reverses when they...

  • Losing a job is better if it is to a robot

    The prospect of robots coming for our jobs is a modern-day fear — but we would rather be pushed out by a machine than some whippersnapper. That is the conclusion of researchers who polled workers on their attitudes to...