Gender stereotypes are the biggest barrier facing women in corporate jobs according to new research from Nyenrode Business University. According to the researchers, Rosalien van 't Foort-Diepeveen, Aikaterini Argyrou and Tineke Lambooy key barriers identified.
Develop thinking tools for the moral quest of professionals. Edgar Karssing has been appointed Professor of Philosophy, Professional Ethics and Integrity Management. Karssing looks at professional ethics and integrity management from a philosophical perspective. For example, how do you deal with the tension between morality and a commercial society?
Nyenrode Business University and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) today announced a partnership to boost digital transformation across industries. With this collaboration, they aim to shape a generation of business leaders that can manage uncertainty in a rapidly changing world.
Associate professor Dr Edgar Karssing receives a donation from the Vereniging van Compliance Officers en Adviseurs in de Accountancy (Association of Compliance Officers and Consultants in Accounting) because of his contribution in the field of ethics, integrity and compliance and the significant role he has played.
The infrasector, has great ambitions when it comes to making projects more sustainable. And the ability to make the distinction between more and less sustainable projects is crucial to this ambition. An exploratory study conducted by Nyenrode Business University on behalf of Dura Vermeer Infra BV, has resulted in a proposal for the content, feasibility and requirements for a quality mark for infrastructure projects.
Disasters often herald the beginning of a transition. This is because the impact of such a disaster now becomes visible and there is a huge desire to not go through such a terrible experience again. Consequently, structural changes can be implemented faster. The essay ‘Omdat belangen samenvallen’, written by Anke van Hal in collaboration with Matthijs Uyterlinde and various other parties involved, discusses the potential impact of the Coronacrisis on the experimental program ‘Verduurzaming van Kwetsbare Wijken’ (Making Vulnerable Neighborhoods Sustainable).