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Tineke - Rosalien - Aikaterini Stereotypes are still the biggest barrier for women reaching corporate heights

Stereotypes are still the biggest barrier for women reaching corporate heights

Research |  June 30 2021
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.
Jolanda Kroon Organizing ownership through change

Organizing ownership through change

Research |  June 18 2021
In the doctoral research ‘Perspectives on change within organizations’ from Jolanda Kroon, she asked 27 respondents about their perception of reality and their vision of the future of hospital organizations in the changing context of healthcare. On June 18, she successfully defended her PhD dissertation at Nyenrode Business Universiteit.
Marlies de Vries Making the most impact: 'Giving voice to the next generation of auditors'

Making the most impact: 'Giving voice to the next generation of auditors'

Research |  June 18 2021
The faculty of Nyenrode Business University awarded 'Giving voice to the next generation of auditors' by Marlies de Vries, faculty member and Program Director of Controlling, the title of ‘impact case 2021’.
Impact Ondernemen Increase societal impact by creating an ecosystem

Increase societal impact by creating an ecosystem

Research |  May 4 2021
There are many technical barriers and knowledge gaps in supporting social enterprises.
Pascale Peters Great majority of office workers want to continue working from home post pandemic

Great majority of office workers want to continue working from home post pandemic

Research |  April 13 2021
Nearly all employees who are working from home (97%) prefer to keep working from home, even when offices are open. According to respondents in the third round of a joint research conducted by Nyenrode Business University, Open University and Moneypenny.
Edward Groenland "There are many versions of reality"

"There are many versions of reality"

Research |  March 25 2021
Does one’s perception of reality influence a social scientist’s choice for his or her research method?
Jack van der Veen New research reveals why supply chains urgently need innovation

New research reveals why supply chains urgently need innovation

Research |  March 18 2021
Supply chain managers need to be much more proactive in setting up and improving business models according to research from Professor Jack van der Veen from Nyenrode Business University. In his recent white paper ‘Implementation of new Supply Chain Business Models: risk management in cross-border trade', he seeks to understand how new business models can be developed through taking a supply chain perspective.
Martine Bosman, Tineke Lambooy “It is crucial that we begin transitioning into a circular economy tomorrow”

“It is crucial that we begin transitioning into a circular economy tomorrow”

Research |  February 18 2021
In countries such as Vietnam and Bangladesh, people are putting their heart and soul into a circular economy. That personal ambition that people drives seems to be the real game changer.

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