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BLOG: Human rights in businesses and in business schools
The UN's guiding principles on business and human rights and sustainable development are rapidly becoming more relevant for businesses.
Strategic renewal in institutional contexts
Organisations have to balance stability with innovation. For this, it's crucial to identify the innovation behaviours of employees.
BLOG: Nobel Laureates and RSM faculty make climate change issues clear
Dirk Schoenmaker's blog on how the 2018 Nobel Prize for Economics shows that a sustainable economy is possible, if we put our minds to it.
Does climate change affect global innovation?
In history, surges of innovation often suddenly occurred after long uneventful periods. Did climate change pressure people to innovate?
RSM Discovery Magazine 35: out now!
Love in organisations, climate change and innovation, why customers reject your innovations and more. RSM Discovery Magazine is out now!
Middle Managers Find Walking the Talk Is Not Easy Without Top Management Support
To be an inspirational middle manager you need behavioral integrity. But how do you do that if you are undermined by higher management?
Value creation through integrated reporting
Integrated reporting can be more than a communication strategy. Companies should see it as an instrument to drive organisational change.
How business schools can contribute to ecosystem restoration
How business schools can help to turn ecosystem restoration into an industry. A new approach from RSM Executive Fellow Willem Ferwerda
High-frequency traders help price discovery in pre-opening period
High-frequency traders during pre-opening: less active than normal, but still contribute to market quality. Research from Darya Yuferova.
Shift happens: how to manage changing projects
Pride and fear during major organisational change
Organisational behaviour experts have known for a long time that when employees identify closely with their company, the company functions better.
Identity conflicts at work: An integrative framework
This review examines workplace identity conflicts, offering three primary contributions
Smart maths helps rail passengers and train personnel
How can smart algorithms help restore rail services for travellers? Why isn’t it effective just to have a simplified train schedule with a limited number of routes?
Gail Whiteman: Speak business language to create sustainability
How can business align very specific and KPIs set-in-stone, or fixed weekly, daily or even hourly targets on the workfloor? Can they be reconciled with the 'vague' concept of sustainability?
Change for change’s sake? Internal responses to external challenges
Ecological sensemaking and climate change
Why do firms go public?