RSM in the media

RSM in the media

  • Landelijk platform voor alle Coronahulp gelanceerd

    In order to alleviate the social consequences of the corona crisis, a large group of people has now emerged who offer their help through all kinds of channels, media and local initiatives. However, the requests for help have been…

  • DIGITAL FINANCE IS AS IMPORTANT AS EVER DURING COVID-19

    Ting Li of RSM has commented on the topic of digital finance during the Covid-19 crisis.

  • Het gaat er nu vooral om het mkb te redden

    Dirk Schoenmaker of RSM has commented on the corona crisis hit on SMEs. Regarding ECB's to support the SME sector he stated "I think it is right that you make money available to banks under the condition that they pass it on to…

  • Takeaway.com opnieuw snelste groeier van Nederland

    Justin Jansen of RSM has commented on the fact that takeaway.com has been selected for another prize as the fastest grower.

  • Studio Erasmus - Kan blockchain het internet redden?

    Dion Bongaerts, Associate Professor of Finance at RSM discusses blockchain and the internet during Studio Erasmus.

  • ‘De oplossing was een combinatie van hard- en software’

    An interview with RSM alumnus Jari Hazelebach about his company SpeakSee.

  • OUR FUTURE PORT EXECUTIVES

    An article about The Port Executive Leadership Circle, a joint initiative between RSM, Erasmus Centre for Urban, Port and Transport Economics and the Port of Rotterdam Authority. Watch the video below.

  • The love of natural born leaders can come at a cost

    An article about research conducted by Hannes Leroy regarding the inherent preference employers have for candidates with natural leadership ability could have a negative effect on their organisation.

  • Are UK companies suffering a high cost due to a natural preference for leaders over managers?

    An interview about Hannes Leroys' research. The research shows that regardless of the scenario employers are in, they will always choose the leader over a manager. While there is notable overlap between the behaviours associated…

  • The Places Your Research Will Go: Paths for Impact

    An article featuring Emilio Marti of RSM, discussing how research can have real-world impact. It includes examples of award-winning research projects and an expert analysis of lessons learned.

  • Nieuwe leerstoel voor wetenschappelijk onderzoek naar familiebedrijven

    To contribute to the knowledge and development for family businesses in the Netherlands, a partnership was concluded in 2016 between BDO and Rabobank with the Erasmus Center for Family Business (ECFB). From 2020, this…

  • CETA discussie mist belangrijke argumenten

    An article written by Henk de Vries of RSM, discussing the CETA trade agreement.

  • Waarom zelfsturende teams niet altijd werken

    An article discussing Anne Nederveen Pieterse's research regarding autonomous teams.

  • Zo zet je interne mobiliteit in gang

    Cherish employees with a long-term employment contract, but have them change jobs regularly. That is the advice of Tom Mom, professor of strategic growth and realization at RSM. He states that “Employees who work and rotate in the…

  • The diversity myth

    An article written by Meir Shamla of RSM about research which shows that equality does not automatically translate into better team performance.

  • Als je levert, word je hier geaccepteerd

    An interview with Hans Smits, the interim chairman of the Executive Board of Erasmus University Rotterdam. The article discusses the 'true' Rotterdam leading style. Hannes Leroy of RSM has commented on the Rotterdam leading…

  • ‘Bedrijven als Uber moeten anders worden geclassificeerd’

    Companies such as Uber, which supply on demand, must be classified differently. The category in which Uber wants to see himself classified is morally and legally doubtful, says new research by Magdalena Cholakova and professor…

  • ‘BEDRIJVEN ALS UBER MOETEN ANDERS WORDEN GECLASSIFICEERD’

    Companies such as Uber, which supply on demand, must be classified differently. The category in which Uber wants to see himself classified is morally and legally doubtful, says new research by Magdalena Cholakova and professor…

  • New research reveals when stretch goals work

    Research conducted by Justin Jansen of RSM has been mentioned in an article. The article discusses stretch goals, and claims that stretch goals are a double-edged sword, and firms need to be careful and judicious in deciding when…

  • ‘Bedrijven als Uber moeten anders worden geclassificeerd’

    Companies such as Uber, which supply on demand, must be classified differently. The category in which Uber wants to see himself classified is morally and legally doubtful, says new research by Magdalena Cholakova and professor…