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Marlies de Vries nieuwsbericht_LOWRES The future of the accountancy sector: a call to break the vicious circle

The future of the accountancy sector: a call to break the vicious circle

Research |  December 3 2021
The current working methods of accountancy firms continue to remain unchanged. This vicious circle needs to be broken in order to prevent the sector from grinding to a halt as a result of more and more checks and controls.
Jeannette Droog Without ‘design strategy’ no successful implementation

Without ‘design strategy’ no successful implementation

Research |  November 30 2021
Jeannette Droog will defend her PhD at Nyenrode Business University on Tuesday 30 November.
Lidewey van der Sluis Let’s bring the world back into the lecture hall

Let’s bring the world back into the lecture hall

Research |  November 29 2021
Professor Lidewey van der Sluis developed a new way of educating: Bring Your Own Nyenrode Alumnus (BYONA).
Bas Kodden Find the courage to rebel

Find the courage to rebel

Research |  November 12 2021
Today, Prof. Dr. Bas Kodden, LLM, addresses in his inaugural lecture ‘Out of control’ the importance of more room for autonomy, personal growth and wellbeing for employees.
Jaap van Muijen nieuwsbericht_LOWRES National Salary Survey: Gender pay gap down to 5%

National Salary Survey: Gender pay gap down to 5%

Research |  November 10 2021
The gender pay gap has narrowed in the past two years. These are some of the results of the National Salary Survey (Nationaal Salaris Onderzoek) carried out by Intermediair and Nyenrode Business Universiteit.
Wolter Lemstra ‘Evolution or revolution?’

‘Evolution or revolution?’

Research |  October 27 2021
'Leadership with 5G in Europe' is a study that describes different future scenarios for 5G and how they influence the chance of leadership for Europe.
Marcel Pheijffer ‘The naughty notary’

‘The naughty notary’

Research |  September 21 2021
'The naughty notary' is a study describing the importance of adequate internal controls and compliance at law firms and notary’s offices.
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.

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