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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.
tineke-lambooy-portret2 Nature needs legal rights to really protect biodiversity

Nature needs legal rights to really protect biodiversity

Research |  February 11 2021
We should attempt to treat nature as a heritage site and look after it for future generations", say professor Dr Tineke Lambooy. She discusses why granting legal personhood to entities of nature could enable society to protect biodiversity.
CCA In a circular economy, the proof of the pudding is in the eating

In a circular economy, the proof of the pudding is in the eating

Research |  December 14 2020
Residual resources, such as food processing surplus streams, now often categorised as ‘waste’, can be reused at their highest potential value if fair pricing can be ensured, finds the latest report of the Coalition Circular Accounting.
Team ‘Sustainability score infraprojects’; a quality mark for the infrastructure sector

‘Sustainability score infraprojects’; a quality mark for the infrastructure sector

Research |  December 9 2020
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.
Bob de Wit Society 4.0 - Build a vital and hopeful future for the next generations

Society 4.0 - Build a vital and hopeful future for the next generations

Research |  December 4 2020
In Society 4.0 author Bob de Wit paints a picture of a world standing at a crossroads and facing choices that will determine the future development of our society. Do we want to stay with the existing power establishments? Or will we display the motivation and courage required to combine the best of global and local and establish a Glocalcitizens community as the basis for an alternative and optimistic future society?

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