Prof. dr. Kalun Tse, professor of Finance at Nyenrode Business University, will retire this year. To this day he is much loved and an inspiration to colleagues and students. Read more about it in this wonderful column by Prof. dr. Désirée van Gorp.
Not just companies, but governments and citizens too have a responsibility in making global value chains more sustainable. That is what Désirée van Gorp, professor of International Business at Nyenrode Business University, firmly believes. Global value chains represent processes in which goods and services are produced, processed, and delivered in different countries. Van Gorp: “Making these chains sustainable means, above all, taking solidarity as a starting point. What is good for us must also be good for people in the countries where we move our activities to, such as production processes.”
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.
Prof. Dr. Désirée van Gorp honored as Visiting Professor at MIP business school. She recently visited MIP Politecnico di Milano to establish a partnership with Nyenrode Business Universiteit on different levels.