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Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
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BLOG: Do footballers return to form after a torn cruciate ligament?
A torn cruciate ligament is a serious football injury. Otto Koppius used advanced data analytics to see if players return to form after it.
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?
How independent research can improve investment decisions
Investment fund ratings are often based on the past. But a popular analytics firm rates expected future performances. Does that work well?
Sticks don't work. But which carrot does it take to increase performance?
What makes people perform better? Instruction, combined with social pressure and financial incentives do the trick, prof. Hartmann found.
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.
Leaders who ‘walk their talk’ improve performance and profits
Behavioural integrity is effective, because it improves your communication. And you can develop it! research by Hannes Leroy.
Which board members contribute most to company performance?
Experience & social capital makes good board members & better performance. New PhD research from Philip Fliers
Big data predicts who will be invited for a job interview
Recruiters take note! PhD researcher Colin Lee automates the search for the best candidates for a job interview.
ISO 9001 benefits differ per country and company
More than one million businesses worldwide are ISO 9001 certified. But does the standard live up to its expectations? PhD candidate Başak Manders has the answer.
Network performance best tracked when analysed with different perspectives
Many products and services such as cars, computers, insurance and health care are not produced by a single organisation, but by a co-ordinated network of organisations.
Even when lying, people are unselfish
New research by Associate Professor Marcel van Rinsum of RSM reveals managers are more likely to overstate numbers if it means colleagues get some kind of benefit.
How performance appraisals can encourage ethical behaviour
Measure for measure: new ways of looking at the long-term performance of firms
New ways of working: Microsoft’s ‘mobility’ office
Lucky bets and hot hands -Is your fund manager really performing?
How design can improve company performance
Human factors in business: creating people-centric systems
Crisis performance predictability in supply chains
Proactive environmental strategies pay off
Managing entrepreneurial orientation