RSM in the media

RSM in the media

  • United we stand

    Article about the culture of the Netherlands, which is defined byconsensus, directness and egalitarianism – along with a long-running battle against water. Examples of this are the numerous big brands in the Netherlands.…

  • Thuiswerken blijkt minder geschikt voor déze taken

    Article about the effects of working from home.Working from home can have adverse effects on the performance of cognitive tasks, according to research by Dr Dainis Zegners of RSM. Dr. Zegners and his fellow researchers from…

  • Around the Universities

    A roundup of recent research on leadership and management from across the UK and internationally.Traditionally, stretch goals aim to inspire higher levels of commitment and fresh ideas, and lead to radical outcomes. But Dr…

  • 'THUISWERKEN MINDER GESCHIKT VOOR MENTAAL ZWARE TAKEN'

    Article about the effects of working from home.Working from home can have adverse effects on the performance of cognitive tasks, according to research by Dr Dainis Zegners of RSM. Dr. Zegners and his fellow researchers from…

  • Thuiswerk blijkt minder geschikt voor mentaal zware taken

    Article about the effects of working from home. Working from home can have adverse effects on the performance of cognitive tasks, according to research by Dr Dainis Zegners of RSM. Dr. Zegners and his fellow researchers from…

  • Making the right move?

    Article about the effects of working from home.Working from home can have adverse effects on the performance of cognitive tasks, according to research by Dr Dainis Zegners of RSM. Dr. Zegners and his fellow researchers from…

  • Halloween, zucca, cannella e Neuromarketing

    Article about the neuromarketing of companies. Companies focus precisely on this: understanding what types of sensations and emotions can push a consumer to buy (or, in other areas, what can push a user to like, write a comment,…

  • ‘Weg met Calimero!’

    Article about the new general manager of Axoft IT & Telecom, Paul Velders. Velder studies and worked at the RSM of the Erasmus University. He is now back in Rotterdam and states that "Rotterdam must become the digital capital of…

  • Erasmus University Rotterdam: “Care about corporate sustainability? Protect Dutch companies from activist hedge funds!”

    Article about the research of Dr. Emilio Marti, Assistant professor RSM, Erasmus University, Roy Heesakkers, PhD student, Erasmus School of Law and Prof. Maarten Verbrugh, Professor Erasmus School of Law. Their research shows…

  • SAE Industry Technologies Consortia Welcomes Ori Marom to its Board of Directors

    Article about Mr. Ori Marom being assigned to the board of directors of SAE ITC. As head of the Autonomous Transport Center at the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, Mr. Marom is responsible for various artificial intelligence…

  • Prof. Jane Dutton krijgt eredoctoraat voor streven naar meer menselijkheid in onderzoek naar management

    Professor Jane Dutton has been selected by the RSM to receive an honorary doctorate from Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) as part of the university's 107th Dies Natalis on 8 November. The doctorate is awarded to celebrate the…

  • Head of HR Philips Benelux uitgeroepen tot een van grootste managementtalenten van Nederland

    Article about Suzanne Verzijden, head of HR Philips Benelux named as one of the greatest management talents in the Netherlands. Suzanne studies Business Administration at the RSM.

  • Coronawetenschap: ‘Dit is een goede aanleiding om meer bij te dragen aan het maatschappelijk debat

    Mathijs van Dijk, Professor of Finance at the RSM, is researching the impact of Covid-19 on the banking sector together with colleagues Dirk Schoenmaker and Henk Jan Reinders. “By analyzing changes in the stock market, we can make…

  • What Will Business Schools Look Like After COVID-19?

    Article about how business schools are coping with adjusting their education to COVID-19.The RSM temporarily closed this year when the coronavirus first broke out. Richard Hagemen, executive director of operations, spent two…

  • "Bij ondernemen hoort kansen benutten en gecalculeerd risico nemen"

    Article about the changes and risks digitalization in the horticulture sector brings with it. There is another aspect that plays a role in innovation: how can an entrepreneur successfully implement an innovative product or…

  • The AMBA & BGA Excellence Awards 2021: announcing the finalists representing world-leading Business Schools, students, and graduates

    The BGA Business School Impact Award is a newly created award which is open to BGA member, validated, and accredited Schools which can demonstrate their impact on all stakeholders, alongside BGA’s vision and Charter. The RSM is…

  • Veerkracht Nederlandse economie onderuit

    Hardly any more fast-growing companies have come to fruition in the past year and the increase in the number of start-ups that continue to grow into a scale-up has stalled. These companies are crucial for the resilience of the…

  • Leistungsfähigkeit des Gehirns in den vergangenen 125 Jahren gestiegen

    We all use our cognitive abilities every day to perceive and process information. We are doing better today than 100 years ago, as a new empirical study shows. But we have to come to terms with the fact that from around our…

  • Medici tegen mondkapjes en andere coronamaatregelen

    Article about why many scientists are against the measures. If you would like to know more about the negative effects of the lockdown measures, we recommend the article by Professor Michaéla Schippers, professor of behavior…

  • De coronapandemie zet een rem op de aanwas van scale-ups en ‘dat is slecht in crisistijd’ – ‘richt coronasteun op groei bedrijven’

    Article about the halt to the increase in the number of fast-growing companies and the number of start-ups that continue to grow. Justin Jansen, Professor of Corporate Entrepreneurship at the RSM, warns against this. According to…