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Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
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How to encourage more women to become leaders
Here’s what firms can do to enhance female leadership aspirations through organisational changes.
Why unethical practices go unpunished in competitive markets
Unethical practices often go unpunished in competitive markets when there is a profit to be made. New research by Niek Hoogervorst.
Understanding what drives people improves safety and productivity in logistics
Safer and more productive workplaces - what motivates logistics managers and employees? New PhD research from Jelle de Vries
Civil society organisations and the state of their partnerships
How can organisations in civil society improve their partnerships and take their aims further?
The long view: “European Deposit Insurance necessary for economic stability”
Banking union makes banking stable, but European deposit insurance would make it more trustworthy, says Prof Dirk Schoenmaker
For better sales forecasts, reward those that get it right
For more accurate sales predictions, let all departments produce a joint forecast and reward them for being right.
Turning electric vehicles into profitable virtual power plants
Car rental companies that rent out EVs can increase profits with 7% by running ‘virtual power plants’.
Put ‘human’ back into HRM and let employees flourish
Make employees flourish. How? Put ‘human’ back into HRM, says Prof. Dirk van Dierendonck in his inaugural address.
Arbitrageurs help stock markets function better
Arbitrage in stock markets has more positive than toxic effects . PhD research from Dominik Rösch.
From viral video to pandemic: how information spreads through networks
PhD researcher WouterVermeer explains how knowledge spreading through businesses can be better managed.
Want to innovate effectively? Look beyond R&D
How to innovate effectively? Kevin Heij’s study shows that non-technological innovations can bring about competitive advantages.
How leaders can find morality in themselves
Morality cannot be imposed by codes of conduct; leaders must grow it from within. PhD research from Kyrill Goossef.
How to connect with culturally diverse consumers
How can you connect with consumers in ethnic minority groups?
Colleagues who know ‘who knows what’ are beneficial for business
Meta-knowledge specialists understand the specialties of their colleagues. They are important for every organisation.
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