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Why it’s harder for women to be seen as authentic, effective leaders
Combining a masculine and feminine leadership style makes women come across as less authentic and effective leaders.
The Netherlands strengthens position as European Innovation Leader
The Netherlands strengthens its position as innovation leader. Converting knowledge into products and services continues to be a weak spot.
Improving the supply chain in humanitarian logistics
How RSM researchers help Doctors Without Borders to organise their humanitarian aid logistics.
One size fits all? Four strategies for an effective corporate citizenship programme
Is your company considering putting its staff, knowledge and resources to work for a good cause? Lonneke Roza describes four strategies.
How best to market a crowdsourced product?
How crowdsourced products led to twenty percent more sales. Tips and tricks for effective crowdsourcing strategies by Christoph Fuchs.
How people care for others during reorganisations
Employees are not just looking after themselves in trying times. They care about colleagues and the organisation too.
Why a bad night’s sleep makes some people misbehave at work
For some people, a bad night's sleep makes it harder to keep their impulses in check. This can lead to unwanted behaviour at work.
What shareholders really mean when they vote ‘No’
Shareholders who vote against management proposals often do this to express their dissatisfaction with the company's management.
What makes new stock markets successful?
A successful financial market can help grow a developing economy. But what determines its success?
When should entrepreneurs join a co-operative?
What’s the best route to market for farming entrepreneurs? Research by Xiao Peng offers a model that can help entrepreneurs decide.
How retailers can influence the walking speed of customers
Floor markers can help retailers to influence how fast a customer walks through their shop. Research by Bram Van den Bergh
Brain scans reveal what makes a TV advert effective
Adverts are most effective when they highlight a product’s functional benefits, but also trigger the viewer’s imagination.
How container terminal operators can optimise their transport networks
How extended terminal operators can design the most profitable transport networks. Research by Panagiotis Ypsiliantis.
New indicators reveal diversification of stock portfolios
Researcher Ghassan Chammas developed a new toolbox that can reveal inadvertent concentration and specialisation of stock portfolios
High-status leaders’ projects can be hit-or-miss
High status project leaders easily gather supporters, but results often are hit-or-miss. Research by Balazs Szatmari.
Why do some teams adopt new technology more easily than others?
Employees can change their hearts and minds about new technologies on the work floor. Managers should listen to both, says Dr Saskia Bayerl.
BLOG: Why we can’t assess Super Mario Run’s performance only by its revenues
Mobile games like Super Mario Run can affect Nintendo’s long-term success in the console industry. Blog by Joost Rietveld.
How unethical behaviour spreads through a company’s social network
Unethical behaviour doesn’t happen in isolation. Causes, links and how it spreads in new PhD research by Franziska Zuber
Hyperactive people are more often self-employed
People with hyperactivity – one of the symptoms of ADHD – are more likely to be self-employed, according to new research from Ingrid Verheul
BLOG: How far do women’s salaries lag behind men’s in the Netherlands?
Why measuring the salary gap between men and women is extremely difficult. And how the World Economic Forum approaches this.