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Pascale Peters Sustainable approach to HRM solution for burnout problems?

Sustainable approach to HRM solution for burnout problems?

Research |  January 16 2020
The risk of burnout problems is steadily increasing. That requires a different mindset when it comes to HRM.
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Accounting questions in the Circular Economy

Research |  January 14 2020
A white paper launched by a new coalition for circular accounting, demonstrates how to modify and rethink current financing and reporting practices for the circular economy.
Sharda Nandram Integrative Spirituality in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Integrative Spirituality in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Research |  November 22 2019
The notion of senses and sensory reality would require either a redefinition or mechanism to cope with his new reality overlayed on the old reality.
Richard Janssen Promotie 2019 “Disruption requires balance between exploration and exploitation”

“Disruption requires balance between exploration and exploitation”

Research |  November 4 2019
Companies that are disrupted do not remain independent for long, and even go bankrupt. The speed at which this occurs has been increasing for years.
Roberto Floren portret (Small) More than 270,000 family business owners in danger of losing privacy

More than 270,000 family business owners in danger of losing privacy

Research |  July 11 2019
Research by the RSM-Nyenrode Institute shows that the details of over 270,000 Dutch family business owners will become public under the UBO register.
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Can social enterprises apply and use the ANBI-status?

Research |  July 5 2019
Certain social enterprises in the Netherlands eligible to supporting tax facilities, such as the ANBI-status.
Tony Chocolonely After Work Session Doing business without losing ethics

Doing business without losing ethics

Community |  March 11 2019
How can a brand create awareness, set an example and inspire others at the same time? Students and staff at Nyenrode Business University learned the answer to this question and many more during an after-work session on March 7, 2019. Ynzo van Zanten, Choco Evangelist at Tony’s Chocolonely, was the keynote speaker.
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?

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