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Image I bijgesneden “OECD Guidelines grievance procedure could be improved”

“OECD Guidelines grievance procedure could be improved”

Research |  May 14 2020
The effectiveness of the grievance procedures at National Contact Points (NCPs) of countries that endorse the OECD Guidelines could be improved.
Andre Nijhof ‘Purpose is easy, commitment is hard’

‘Purpose is easy, commitment is hard’

Opinion |  April 23 2020
Everything is in motion during times of crisis. But how do we find the right balance between adaptation to the here and now, nostalgia for the past and transformation towards the future?
Leen paape Oratie Say goodbye to the tyranny of shareholder value and short-term thinking

Say goodbye to the tyranny of shareholder value and short-term thinking

About Nyenrode |  September 6 2018
Capitalism and market forces have brought us great prosperity and progress. However, our current corporate governance system has compromised the stability and future of our society, explains Prof. Dr. Leen Paape in his speech. Our economy should not just be about profit and shareholder value, but about creating sustainable value, for everyone. According to Paape, it's time to broaden our view and redefine corporate governance. He calls upon society to relinquish the dominant logic and introduce system thinking, to define the long term and look for ways to allow companies to further take their place in society and strive for sustainable value creation.
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Launch of a book writing process on Changing the Game

Research |  March 29 2018
As a part of Nyenrode Corporate Governance Institutes strategic focus on 'Making Markets Fit for Purpose', Nyenrode Business Universiteit and NewForesight Consultancy facilitated an author workshop to write a book on 'Changing the Game: How to Achieve Sustainable Market Transformation'.
Laan bomen Innovative strength of family businesses has great potential

Innovative strength of family businesses has great potential

Research |  November 1 2017
The outcomes of research on innovation in family businesses debunk the myth that family businesses are not innovative. This is according to the research report by Prof. Dr. Roberto Flören, professor of family businesses at Nyenrode Business Universiteit, in collaboration with ING and NPM Capital. Family business owners are more supportive of innovation policy than owners of non-family businesses. At the same time, the study shows that when more financial resources are available, nearly one-third of family businesses will be more innovative. Family businesses are therefore on par with other types of businesses when it comes to innovation.
Nyenrode Business Universiteit Nyenrode celebrates expansion to Amsterdam by sounding gong at AEX

Nyenrode celebrates expansion to Amsterdam by sounding gong at AEX

About Nyenrode |  October 20 2017
On October 20th, students from Nyenrode Business Universiteit marked the university’s arrival in Amsterdam by sounding the gong to open the trading day at the AEX. They were accompanied by Jessica Peters-Hondelink, location director of Nyenrode Amsterdam.
-content-presspage-com-uploads-865-500_foodinnovation-1-jpg Global developments in the food economy: wonderful opportunity

Global developments in the food economy: wonderful opportunity

Education |  May 26 2017
Ruud Huirne has been appointed new core lecturer for the Global Food Economy module, part of the Modular MBA in Food & Innovation. Program director Henk Kievit is pleased about the appointment: “We are proud that Ruud Huirne is core lecturer for this module. With his broad background, experience and vision, he brings a great deal that participants can learn from.” Huirne is director Food & Agri at Rabobank and is convinced that the Netherlands can play an important role in the global food economy.

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