Rosa worked hard to build a successful career within medical science. Though, in the summer of 2018 she decided to change course, trading an academic hospital setting for a full-time MBA at Nyenrode in Amsterdam. Rosa: ‘I would rather create the protocols than implement them.’
'The role businesses play and the responsibilities they have in the story of climate change and human rights has two sides. There are ethical and legal aspects, but the subjects offer many chances as well.' Jan van de Venis, lawyer and owner of JustLaw, states. He is a coordinator and keynote speaker for the ‘Corporate responsibility in relation to climate change’ conference that will be held on January 18 at Nyenrode Business University.
On December 11, 2018 EFMD awarded Nyenrode an extension of its EQUIS accreditation for three years. The EFMD praises Nyenrode’s ‘excellent corporate connections’ and strong alumni network. They commend the university ‘for being committed to ethics, responsibility and sustainability’.
How do we contribute to organizational change and learning in a more sustainable way that is compatible with the current challenges we face? Jeanine Jansen and Jessica Peters explored this and other questions during the first-ever Action Research PhD course at Nyenrode.
Employee loyalty in the traditional sense is losing ground. Organizational commitment, based on social exchange, is not strong enough to create attachment within work relationships in today’s changing nature of work. This is one of the conclusions by Dr. Ali Fenwick’s dissertation titled ‘Creating a Committed Workforce: Using Social Exchange and Social Identity to Enhance Psychological Attachment within an Ever-changing Workplace’, for which he received his doctorate from Nyenrode Business Universiteit on December 12, 2018.