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marinus schimmel - portret Lessons in Leadership in Times of Crisis

Lessons in Leadership in Times of Crisis

Opinion |  March 26 2020
Experience shows that after a creative phase a structural phase will follow during which the top level of management will lead in solving the crisis.
foto image Climate change and social inequality require debate on corporate governance

Climate change and social inequality require debate on corporate governance

Opinion |  February 7 2020
Experts from the US, UK, Europe and the Netherlands shared knowledge and best practices with over 100 practitioners and academics at Nyenrode Business University.
remko-renes-bijgesneden Are businesses still failing to adequately consider financial implications of climate change?

Are businesses still failing to adequately consider financial implications of climate change?

Research |  January 21 2020
It has become almost a necessity for business schools to teach future managers about how and why it is so crucial to consider the financial implications climate change will have.
CVC06270_Nyenrode_ClimateResponsibilitiesofBusiness Businesses still fail to adequately consider financial implications of climate change

Businesses still fail to adequately consider financial implications of climate change

Opinion |  February 4 2019
During the Dies Natalis on November 20, 2018, Peter Bakker – President and CEO of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) – urged the business community to take on a leading role and secure a sustainable future for all. He believes we are entering a period of unprecedented transformation. On January 18, 2019, Nyenrode hosted a conference that fit in perfectly with this topic: 'Corporate responsibility in relation to climate change'. International firms, investment managers, insurers, human rights organizations and climate groups came together to address the key question: how can my business take responsibility for future generations?
Nyenrode kasteel We all play our part in climate control

We all play our part in climate control

Community |  January 11 2019
'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.

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