rsm: discovery articles

rsm: discovery articles

Mentally demanding tasks are more difficult to handle at home

Is it a bad move to try mentally demanding work tasks at home? DainisZegners used online chess tournament data and AI to assess this

DoIP Spotlight: Maria Carmen Punzi

This edition features Maria Carmen Punzi who contributes to worldwide gender equity by focusing on menstrual health.

DoIP Spotlight: Yannick Wiessner

The EUR Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Initiative will turn the spotlights on their PhD candidates. This month: Yannick Wiessner.

Seven improvements to new product development inspired by the shift to omnichannel retail

Helping companies rethink designing and executing new products in the shift towards omnichannel retail.

VIDEO: Do Siri and Alexa make your food choices healthier or unhealthier?

Do you want to make healthier food choices? Maybe you should change the way you make those decisions.

Showcasing family name is worth gold for family businesses

Family businesses with a long history do better on average when the company name is the same as the family name, according to new research.

Professor's opinion: Feeling like a Grapperhaus in the land of missed opportunities

Martin de Jong explains why with a second wave of infections, otherwise forgivable ignorance and carelessness, may have become unforgivable.

RSM Reads: what is the future of the professions?

“I like it when a book challenges my assumptions and takes me on an intellectual journey.” – Dean Ansgar Richter

Applying performance-based contracts for service outsourcing

New research developed a novel approach to buyer-supplier contracting, using collaborative key performance indicators (KPIs).

Volunteering during the lockdown

One third of those in need didn’t get enough help during lockdown, new study finds.