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The RSM MSc in Supply Chain Management. Do you have the passion?
 
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The MSc Supply Chain Management at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) is a 12 month programme. You will gain a thorough knowledge of the contribution of supply chain management to strategic objectives and be able to apply this knowledge to designing advanced logistics systems. During the programme you will gain cutting edge insights and be part of a truly international environment. You’ll be able to network with the logistics and supply chain management business community. This video shows you students, alumni and faculty of this Master programme. It provides insights into the typical Master in Supply Chain Management. It highlights their ambitions and aspirations and shows how the Master in Supply Chain Management provides students with an excellent preparation for their careers.
RSM Campus
 
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Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University has firmly established its reputation as one of Europe's leading business schools, so we’ve made a video to show you our campus, our community and our spirit! A recent construction and renovation project has given us a modern campus with a cultural and lively heart, as well as smart cooling, heating and lighting from renewable energy. It also gave us more student accommodation plus extra lecture rooms, study spaces and more facilities. This is where you can join our bachelor, master and MBA programmes, or pick from our range of short executive education programmes to keep your business skills updated, at any stage of your career. All of our business education programmes are based on the latest knowledge, and are underpinned by our world-class research. http://www.rsm.nl
How high-performing companies design their digital workplace
 
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Cleverly designed digital workplaces, managers who trust employees to work autonomously, and teams that dare to learn from mistakes. This is how to make a success of flexible working, according to new research from MIT’s Center for Information Systems Research and Nick van der Meulen of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). Read more at RSM Discovery: https://discovery.rsm.nl/articles/detail/262-how-high-performing-companies-design-their-digital-workplaces/ Download Nick van der Meulen's thesis 'The Distance Dilemma' http://repub.eur.nl/pub/94033
International Business Administration at RSM
 
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Prepare yourself for a career in international business during the Bachelor in International Business Administration (IBA) programme at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). http://www.rsm.nl/iba Prefer to talk to a student about what IBA at RSM is like? Check out our Facebook app: http://www.rsm.nl/facebookiba
Why unethical practices go unpunished in competitive markets
 
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When are managers more likely to turn a blind eye to unethical behaviour? Researcher Niek Hoogervorst found that managers of companies operating in highly competitive markets might let unethical decisions go by unchallenged – and see them as ‘acceptable business practices’. Read more on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/21aOxfN
Een dag uit het leven van een Bedrijfskunde student aan Rotterdam School of Management
 
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Hoe is het nu echt om een bachelor student te zijn aan Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM)? In deze video laat BSc Bedrijfskunde student Onno een dag uit zijn studentenleven in Rotterdam zien – op campus en in de stad. Mis het niet!
How co-working spaces can help your business
 
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More and more self-employed entrepreneurs are setting up their laptops at co-working spaces where they can work free of charge. These places have a more sociable vibe than your home, serve decent coffee and often offer lunch into the bargain. But do they actually add value to your business? They do if you ‘pay’ for your free lunch with ‘social capital’, according to a study carried out by Associate Professor Vareska Van de Vrande and Assistant Professor Michiel Tempelaar from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). Read more about the research on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/1MM59F9
How the current electricity market design may keep fossil fuel alive
 
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Surprise: adding more solar and wind power to the electricity mix may help to keep power plants that burn fossil fuel alive. Research by professor Wolf Ketter and PhD candidate Derck Koolen. Read more on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/2tnUXiM
How has the Full-time MBA impacted your career? Petar Kolev, alumnus MBA’17
 
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Alumnus Petar Kolev speaks about his transformational journey from being accepted to the Full-time MBA programme in Rotterdam to becoming Operations Manager at Amazon in London. Link: www.rsm.nl/mba
How ten minutes of mindfulness could make you more creative
 
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How do you come up with innovative ideas in a stressful work environment? Ten minutes of mindfulness meditation can boost your creativity. Read more on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/2z6oUGY Read more about the research here: ' Schootstra, S. meditation for Ideation: How mindfulness meditation affects divergent thinking. Management of Innovation: http://hdl.handle.net/2105/35788 Music (CC): oymaldonado - salsa loop intro, PK Jazz Collective - Mother will call.
Turning electric vehicles into profitable virtual power plants
 
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Prof. Wolf Ketter and PhD candidate Micha Kahlen developed a software algorithm that can pool batteries in rental electric vehicles (EV’s) together and turn them into ‘virtual power plants’ that can store electricity at peak production times and sell back when the price is right. Here’s how fleet operators can make an additional profit from running such a virtual power plant. Read more about the research on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/1RWIAQm
Should you open up to your workplace friends, or is it better to be diplomatic?
 
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Befriended colleagues may come to distrust you if your personality doesn't match your network. Are you the diplomat who acts as the go-between different friendship networks? Than it's best to be more guarded in what you say and how you act. Research by RSM's Stefano Tasselli. Read more on RSM Discovery: https://www.discovery.rsm.nl/articles/detail/307-should-you-open-up-to-your-workplace-friends-or-is-it-better-to-be-diplomatic/ Read the article: Tasselli, S. & Kilduff, M. (2017). When Brokerage between Friendship Cliques Endangers Trust: A Personality-Network Fit Perspective. Academy of Management Journal, Accepted. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0149206315573996
Improving safety and productivity in logistics? Know people's motivations!
 
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To make logistics safer and more efficient you need to look beyond the automated processes that dominate the logistics sector. Understanding what motivates logistics managers and employees in logistical operations can lead to safer workplaces and higher greater productivity, according to PhD researcher Jelle de Vries from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). Read more about this research on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/1mi0Qan
What business can learn from the high reputation of art museums
 
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People love art museums, often even more than the most popular companies. What can companies learn from museums' stellar reputations to improve their own reputation management? An international museum reputation study and ranking -the first of its kind- by Professor Cees van Riel. Read more on RSM Discovery: https://www.discovery.rsm.nl/articles/detail/297-what-businesses-can-learn-from-the-high-reputations-of-museums/
Predicting the stock market with big-data analysis of tweets
 
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Big data analysis of Tweets can be used to predict developments in the stock market in the short and the long term. Research by RSM's Ting Li and Jan van Dalen. Read more on RSM Discovery: https://discovery.rsm.nl/articles/detail/320-predicting-the-stock-market-with-big-data-analysis-of-tweets/ Read the paper Li, T., van Dalen, J. & van Rees, P.J., More than just noise? Examining the information content of stock microblogs on financial markets, J Inf Technol (2017): https://link.springer.com/article/10.1057%2Fs41265-016-0034-2
Big data predicts who will be invited for a job interview
 
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Whose CV is most likely to be picked out from a pile of job applications by recruitment professionals? After analysing a staggering 441,769 of them PhD researcher Colin Lee has written an algorithm that uses big data to predict who will be invited for an interview ‒ with an accuracy of up to around 80 per cent. This can provide enormous benefits for recruiters. In the future applying for a job may come down to uploading a CV and let the software determine how the candidate will perform in the job... Read more about this research on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/22Hwajh
Why flexible offices do not always increase employee performance
 
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Flexible workspaces do not automatically make employees more productive and more engaged with their work. Research by PhD graduate Christina Wessels. Read more on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/2uZLMY6 Download Christina Wessel's thesis ‘Flexible Working Practices: How Employees Can Reap the Benefits for Engagement and Performance’: https://repub.eur.nl/pub/99312
Let customers deliver packages to reduce transport costs
 
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Online retailers that let customers deliver packages for them in return for a small fee on their way home, can reduce miles driven for deliveries by up to 25 percent. This system would also make doing same-day deliveries easier. And it reduces pollution in urban areas, especially since it can also be done by public transport or bicycle. Read more on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/1UAt5O3
MSc in Management of Innovation
 
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Information video on the master in Management of Innovation at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. https://www.rsm.nl/master/msc-programmes/msc-management-of-innovation/overview/
How to prevent power struggles in teams
 
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Power struggles within teams can be harmful to organisations. When and why do they occur and how can they be prevented? Research by LIsanne van Bunderen. Read more on RSM Discovery Download Lisanne van Bunderen’s full thesis here: Tug-of-War: Why and when teams get embroiled in power struggles. https://repub.eur.nl/pub/105346 Music (CC): oymaldonado - salsa loop intro, PK Jazz Collective - Mother will call.
A student on the RSM MSc in Business Information Management programme
 
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In this video, student Shannon Löfgren shares her experience with the RSM MSc in Business Information Management programme. To see if this programme fits your profile and aspirations, you can also watch the experiences of a teacher, alumnus and recruiter. Interested? Visit https://www.rsm.nl/bim for more information.
Parttime Master Bedrijfskunde: interview met een student
 
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Deelnemer aan de Parttime Master Bedrijfskunde deelt zijn ervaring met de opleiding. Kijk voor meer informatie op de website: www.rsm.nl/parttime-bedrijfskunde
How the brain's sensitivity for emotions causes accounting fraud
 
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World-shaking accounting scandals often originate in financial reporting from internal accountants. By studying internal accountants’ brain activity, Professor Frank Hartmann of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) discovered that some misreporting comes from a neurological make-up that makes them more vulnerable to social pressure from managers promoting their own personal interests. Hartmann says the results shed a different light on who should – and who shouldn’t ‒ be hired for internal accountants’ positions. Read more on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/233ugI7 Thanks to Erasmus Behavioural Lab.
How retailers can influence the walking speed of customers
 
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Can a retailer influence how fast a customer walks through their shop? RSM's Bram Van den Bergh demonstrates how this simple trick of the eye can slow down – or speed up – browsing customers. Find out how on RSM Discovery: https://discovery.rsm.nl/articles/detail/276-how-retailers-can-influence-the-walking-speed-of-customers/ Based on the article: Van den Bergh, B., Heuvinck, N., Schellekens, G.A.C. & Vermeir, I. (2016). Altering Speed of Locomotion. Journal of Consumer Research, 43 (3), 407-428 http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jcr/ucw031
Discover RSM - Top ranked Master's Degrees
 
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RSM Erasmus University Masters in a nutshell. Find out more about our masters! https://www.rsm.nl/master/msc-programmes/ Let’s stay in touch! Follow us https://www.rsm.nl/master/msc-programmes/meet-us/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RotterdamSchoolofManagementErasmusUniversity/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rsmerasmus/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/school/rotterdam-school-of-management-erasmus-university/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/rsmerasmus Video created thanks to Mastertube: https://mastertube.com/school/rotterdam-school-of-management--erasmus-university--rsm-
A student talks about RSM's MSc in Marketing Management
 
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In this video, student Nepheli Neururer tells how she experienced the hands on and interesting courses in the MSc in Marketing Management at RSM. To see if this programme fits your profile and aspirations, you can also watch the experiences of a teacher, alumnus and recruiter. Interested? Visit https://www.rsm.nl/mm for more information.
IBA Alumni Session- Bachelor Open Day - Perspective from an IBA graduate
 
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Thinking of starting a bachelor in business? Maybe International Business Administration? Carl, IBA alumnus and senior program manager at TESLA motors shares his insights and experiences with you. Still have questions? Contact our students through the Facebook talk to a student app. (link: https://talktoastudent.rsm.nl/bsc-international-business-administration)
Why you should tell others how much you donate to charity
 
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Do you really want to support a charity? Then tell others about your donations. By talking about them, you create a 'culture of philanthropy', says RSM's Pamala Wiepking. Read more on RSM Discovery: www.https://discovery.rsm.nl/articles/detail/304-why-you-should-tell-others-how-much-you-donate-to-charity
A professor talks about RSM’s MSc in Global Business and Sustainability
 
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In this video, associate professor Steve Kennedy shares that the MSc in Global Business and Sustainability at RSM encourages students to imagine and innovate new ways of doing business which provide solutions to sustainable challenges. To see if this programme fits your profile and aspirations, you can also watch the experiences of a student, alumnus and recruiter. Interested? Visit https://www.rsm.nl/gbs for more information.
Why people distrust companies that make profit
 
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Companies that seek profit are often seen as immoral and harmful, even when they make positive contributions to society. Why is this? Research by Amit Bhattacharjee. Read more on RSM Discovery: https://discovery.rsm.nl/articles/detail/329-why-people-distrust-companies-that-make-profit/
When ignoring customers’ opinions leads to more successful products
 
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‘Always listen to your customer’ might not be the best advice when designing new products, says Professor Jan van den Ende of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). The results of his new study show that including customers in the design process is a good idea only when developing radical innovations designed around functionality. He found that companies that design radically new innovations for aesthetics, or for an emotional experience or to suit the identity of the user, are better off not involving customers. Read more on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/2bOkc6Z This video is based on the paper Candi, M, Van den Ende, J. & Gemser, G. (2015). Benefits of Customer Codevelopment of New Products: The Moderating Effects of Utilitarian and Hedonic Radicalness. Journal of Product Innovation Management: http://bit.ly/2cjjHRJ
Brain scans reveal what makes a TV advert effective
 
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What is it about a TV advert that triggers people to find the product online? Scanning consumers’ brains has allowed Linda Couwenberg of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) to discover that a TV advert works best when it both highlights a product’s functional benefits and triggers the viewer’s imagination. This particular combination of elements activates specific parts of the viewer’s brain most intensely, she found, which makes the advert more effective. Read more on RSM Discovery: https://discovery.rsm.nl/articles/detail/275-brain-scans-reveal-what-makes-a-tv-advert-effective/ Read the paper: Couwenberg, L.E., Boksem, M.A.S., Dietvorst, R.C., Worm, L., Verbeke, W.J.M.I. & Smidts, A. (2017). Neural Responses to Functional and Experiential Ad Appeals: Explaining Ad Effectiveness. International Journal of Research in Marketing, Accepted (in press): http://bit.ly/2iOiyAN
Negative consequences of sustainability labelling
 
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Labels such as Fairtrade, Green Seal and Utz claim that a product was produced in a socially and environmentally sustainable way. However, new research by Associate Professor Frank Wijen of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) reveals that putting such labels on products – and trying to adhere to the principles and practices underlying standards to pursue sustainability – can deliver unintended negative consequences. Read all about Frank's research here: http://discovery.rsm.nl/articles/detail/145-negative-consequences-of-sustainability-labelling/
A recruiter talks about RSM’s MSc in Business Information Management
 
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In this video, Miel Geleijns, shares his experience with the RSM MSc in Business Information Management graduates he works with at Accenture. Furthermore, this video gives insight in what the job market is like for BIM graduates. To see if this programme fits your profile and aspirations, you can also watch the experiences of a student, teacher, and alumnus. Interested? Visit https://www.rsm.nl/bim for more information.
Highlights of the Full time MBA
 
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Standing out in the world of business takes stepping out into the world around you. That’s why the Rotterdam MBA takes you out of the classroom for valuable experiences that make you a better leader.
Managers should not treat nationality as ‘software of the mind’
 
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Managers of international teams often see nationality as ‘software of the mind’ that explains and predicts how their team members will behave. Researcher Giorgio Touburg argues that nationality, and customs and local peculiarities that come with it when you grow up in a particular country, is just one item on the cultural menu from which people can pick and choose to shape their identity. By exploring others’ cultural and national backgrounds, leaders can create more understanding in their teams and avoid stereotyping. Read more on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/2ehZLyR Based on the article 'National Habitus: An Antidote to the Resilience of Hofstede’s ‘National Culture’? Journal of Organizational Change Management, 29 (1), 81-92. http://bit.ly/2dVe51C
Digital community currencies for global challenges
 
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Digital community currencies are on the rise. They can be great tools for achieving social goals. There are four key factors to take into account. Read about it on RSM Discovery: https://discovery.rsm.nl/home/ Read the article here: https://doi.org/10.1080/02681102.2018.1485005 Eduardo H. Diniz, Erica S. Siqueira & Eric van Heck (2018) Taxonomy of digital community currency platforms, Information Technology for Development. Music (CC): oymaldonado - salsa loop intro, PK Jazz Collective - Mother will call.
Heineken’s corporate dilemma of responding to social activism
 
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Social activism, especially when played out in the media, is a powerful method to push corporations towards better working conditions or a better care for the environment. But sometimes the companies that take the lead in cleaning up their act find themselves targeted by even more social activism, demanding more change. That is what Katinka C. van Cranenburgh of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) discovered in her case study on Heineken’s efforts to improve conditions for ‘beer promoters’ in Cambodia. Read more on RSM Discovery:
An alumna talks about RSM’s MSc in Global Business and Sustainability
 
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In this video, alumna Valerie Sydry reflects at how the courses in the MSc in Global Business and Sustainability at RSM gave her a multidisciplinary view on sustainability and how she uses this in real case scenarios. To see if this programme fits your profile and aspirations, you can also watch the experiences of a teacher, student and recruiter. Interested? Visit https://www.rsm.nl/gbs for more information.
An alumnus talks about RSM’s MSc in Business Information Management
 
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In this video, Alumnus Armin Vermerris, currently employed at Philips, shares his experience with the RSM MSc in Business Information Management programme and which skills and capabilities he uses in his everyday job. To see if this programme fits your profile and aspirations, you can also watch the experiences of a student, teacher and recruiter. Interested? Visit www.rsm.nl/bim for more information.
Stimulating innovation in global seaports
 
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Global seaports have traditionally put a lot of effort into minimising the cost of freight flows. By focusing on efficiency of their current process, ports are missing out on opportunities to innovate in more exploratory ways, argues Rick Hollen from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). What can firms, port authorities and business associations do to innovate beyond the eternal battle for efficiency? Read more about the research on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/1OX6c8j
Data creates better alternatives in public transportation during disruptions
 
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Advising a one-size-fits-all ‘alternative route’ for all passengers when metros or trains are disrupted is no longer the only option. Automated fare collection systems such as the OV-chipkaart in the Netherlands and the Oyster card in London, as well as everyday technology such as apps on smart phones, can produce detailed and personalised customer journey information that can be used to create new travel plans for each passenger when there is a disruption in the network. This information has only recently become available to public transport operators, and it features in new research by PhD candidate Evelien van der Hurk of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) in close collaboration with Dutch railway operator NS.The research reveals that the usage of these data sources can give travellers a better experience during disruptions. More about Evelien's research here: http://discovery.rsm.nl/articles/detail/173-newly-available-data-promises-passengers-better-alternatives-in-public-transportation-during-disruptions/
Business model innovation challenge for creative sectors
 
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Why does the creative sector seem to have a hard time innovating their own business model? New research by RSM's Maria Rita Micheli shines a light on the struggles of creative minds and what your business can learn from this. Would you like to boost your knowledge and skills with innovative methods to successfully create, assess and implement business model innovation in you organisation? Join our three-day Business Model Innovation open programme via http://www.rsm.nl/bmi
Sustainable Finance - Professor Dirk Schoenmaker
 
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Professor Dirk Schoenmaker's lecture on sustainable finance during the Rabo College Day, 16 May 2017. More information about professor Schoenmaker's work: https://www.rsm.nl/people/dirk-schoenmaker/
Why project leaders with high status fail more often
 
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Project leaders who enjoy high status in their organisation find it easier to convince others to invest in an innovative project. Research by Balazs Szatmari of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) now shows that the unconditional support for projects that such managers tend to receive can lead to projects with good results, but more often they result in failures. Read more on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/2iKLieP Based on the PhD thesis 'We are (all) the champions: The effect of status in the implementation of innovations': http://bit.ly/2iy6Go5
A student talks about RSM’s MSc in Global Business and Sustainability
 
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In this video, student Jamie Malorni shares how the courses in the MSc in Global Business and Sustainability at RSM uses the power of business in order to change the world for the better. To see if this programme fits your profile and aspirations, you can also watch the experiences of a teacher, alumnus and recruiter. Interested? Visit https://www.rsm.nl/gbs for more information.
Why people find it hard to forgive leaders who say ‘sorry’
 
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Apologies from a leader may not have the desired healing effect. When duped employees have less power than the wrongdoer, they become cynical about the good intentions behind the apology, says a new study by Laura M. Giurge and Marius van Dijke. Read why – and how leaders can address this – on RSM Discovery: http://bit.ly/1X0zbJN
A recruiter talks about the RSM MSc in Management
 
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In this video, Andrès Moreno shares his experience working with our RSM MScBA Master in Management graduates at Unilever. Furthermore, this video shares tips on what students could do during their studies to enhance their employability. To see if this programme fits your profile and aspirations, you can also watch the experiences of a teacher, alumnus, and recruiter. Interested? Visit https://www.rsm.nl/mim for more information.
How our research speeds up the transition to sustainable energy
 
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It is RSM’s mission to be a force for positive change in the world. In our ambition to contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we are working hard to make the transition to 100% renewable energy happen. RSM was the first business school to understand the importance of multidisciplinary energy research to all stakeholders – for business of course, but with the needs and issues of society always integrated into the knowledge we create and disseminate. Through our people the potential to create a healthy, vital, 100% renewable energy future is becoming a fact. Read more about how we are a force for positive change in the world http://www.rsm.nl/positive-change