In his dissertation ‘The Adaptive Organization: The Socio-Cognitive Antecedents of Ambidexterity and Individual Exploration’ ERIM’s Pepijn van Neerijnen focuses on the influence of socio-cognitive factors such as reflexivity, transactive memory systems, and paradoxical cognition as antecedents to organizational ambidexterity and individual exploration
Consistently ranked in the top three of management research centres in Europe, the Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM) is a community of over 300 management scientists who publish in leading academic journals. For aspiring researchers, ERIM offers an advanced doctoral programme in business and management. ERIM is accredited by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).
In his dissertation ‘Practice Oriented Algorithmic Disruption Management in Passenger Railways’ ERIM’s Joris Camiel Wagenaar addresses a question railway companies face on a daily basis, namely how to deal with a disruption? How can you handle a disruption such that the passenger service is upheld as much as possible?