RSM in the media

RSM in the media

  • Booming Demand for European Business Masters Programs

    Applications to European business masters programs are booming. We speak to admissions staff at Imperial, LBS, Bocconi and more top European business schools to find out why.Applications to Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)…

  • Introductory Interview - Prof. Dr. Frank Rozemeijer

    Interview with Prof. Dr. Frank Rozemeijer. Frank shares details of his experience in multiple roles and an insight into how he helped build BISCI. Before becoming professor at Maastricht University, he worked at the RSM, Erasmus…

  • BDO voegt vier nieuwe adviseurs toe aan M&A-team

    BDO has welcomed four new advisers to its M&A department. Killian ten Kroode, Bram Schrijer, Jon Giesbers and Rick Steijns talk about their choice for the profession and BDO, and look back on their first weeks.Bram Schrijer…

  • In de spotlight: Tine de Moor Professor Social Enterprise & Institutions for Collective Action

    Article about Tine de Moor and how she researches social enterprises. She found that there is a growing interest among companies, enterprises and the government to no longer do business for the big money, but for the greater…

  • Experts Reveal How to Overcome COVID-19 Loneliness at University

    Article about the impact of COVID-19 on students. The lockdown and these – often country-wide – periods of isolation left students feeling out of touch and lonely. In fact, in a survey conducted by Save the Student, two thirds of…

  • Circulaire economie kan alleen van iedereen zijn

    An article about how a circular economy can only be achieved if everyone cooperates. This is a huge challenge for policymakers. A circular economy is an economy in which waste is reused for the production of new goods.The…

  • Life-enriching AI tech could have negative impact for users, unless marketers step in

    Lifestyle-enhancing AI services such as fitness trackers, dating apps, smart speakers and photo editors, designed to make consumer’s lives easier, healthier and happier may be failing to create the positive impact their developers…

  • In Memoriam Mariëtte Kaandorp

    Mariëtte was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Organisation and Personnel Management at the RSM. She passed away on 20 November 2020 at the much too young age of 35.

  • Life-enriching AI tech could have negative impact for users, unless marketers step in

    Lifestyle-enhancing AI services such as fitness trackers, dating apps, smart speakers and photo editors, designed to make consumer’s lives easier, healthier and happier may be failing to create the positive impact their developers…

  • 'Direct-to-avatar is de ideale manier om jongeren te bereiken'

    Direct-to-avatar is the ideal way to reach young people. This is what Cor Molenaar, professor of eMarketing at the RSM states in the November issue of RetailTrends.In direct-to-avatar, brands sell their product through video…

  • Fondsenwerving: olifanten krijgen aandacht, mieren doen het werk

    Article written by Lucas C.P.M. Meijs, professor of Strategic Philanthropy and Volunteering at RSM, Erasmus University. The article is about the difference in fundraising for bigger or smaller organizations. In fundraising, a…

  • How business schools are targeting new markets in search of applicants

    Stephanie Mullins, Associate Director at specialist business education PR consultancy, BlueSky Education explores how business schools are reaching new applicants.To capture both quality and quantity, schools must be visible…

  • Vrijwillige energie in crisistijd

    This article summarizes the acquired knowledge in a report about the three webinars in which Lucas Meijs, Professor Strategic Philanthropy / Volunteering, shared his expertise with volunteers, professionals and other interested…

  • LIFE-ENRICHING AI TECH COULD HAVE NEGATIVE IMPACT FOR USERS, UNLESS MARKETERS STEP IN

    Lifestyle-enhancing AI services such as fitness trackers, dating apps, smart speakers and photo editors, designed to make consumer’s lives easier, healthier and happier may be failing to create the positive impact their developers…

  • INSEAD, LBS, Bocconi & 8 More Top Business Schools On The Impact Of COVID-19

    How has COVID-19 changed the b-school experience for business masters students? The article interviews several directors from Europe’s top business schools to find out,Rotterdam School of Management Amy Janssen-Brennan,…

  • TNO en Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship lanceren opleiding voor professionals om innovatie te stimuleren

    Article about how TNO and the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship launch a learning program for professionals to encourage innovation. Together with the RSM, their combined expertise has created an effective learning program…

  • Hoogleraar Cor Molenaar: 'Retailers overleven alleen als zij hun klant écht beter leren kennen'

    Article and Podcast about the survival of retailers, with advice of Cor Molenaar. He suggest that retailers should focus on their relationship with the customers to survive. As an extraordinary professor, Cor Molenaar is…

  • Eerlijk in de spiegel kijken

    This article contains some highlights of Juri Hoedemakers' master thesis: The reflective capacity of leaders. He won a prize for it at the Erasmus University, RSM. It is about leadership and if you want to become better as a…

  • Booming Demand For European Business Masters Programs

    Applications to European business masters programs are booming. We speak to admissions staff at Imperial, LBS, Bocconi and more top European business schools to find out why.Applications to Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)…

  • Jessie Rutten nieuwe bestuurssecretaris Fontys

    The Executive Board (CvB) of Fontys has appointed Jessie Rutten (42) as secretary of the CvB and the Supervisory Board.Jessie completed her law studies at Radboud University Nijmegen in 2006. And she is currently in the final…