Emotion was the watchword at the launch event of the Erasmus Centre for Family Business, not in the sense of irrational, but in the sense of a commitment that leads to better business.
In her PhD thesis entitled Morality in Interactions: On the Display of Moral Behavior by Leaders and Employees, Suzanne van Gils analyses the interplay between employees and their organisational environment.
In his PhD thesis entitled Developing New Methods for Efficient Container Stacking Operations, Amir Hossein Gharehgozli argues that port and terminal authorities can indeed optimise their stacking operations.
With the rise of online channels, consumers have the opportunity to access a great amount of sources before making a decision. In his PhD dissertation, Dimitrios Tsekouras studies the role of consumer effort within the context of online decision making.
Women really are capable of changing the nature of power. Female leaders are more compassionate, benevolent and universalistic than their male colleagues.
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Christoph Fuchs’ paper 'Customer Empowerment in New Product Development' won the Thomas P. Hustad award for the best paper published in the Journal of Product Innovation Management in the year 2011.
Van Dierendonck recently succeeded in getting funding for REDIVE worth €250,000. The funding is part of the Lifelong Learning Programme that is supported by the European Union and executed by Education Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency.
Professors Benedict Dellaert and Bas Donkers recognise the importance of developing (online) communication tools that directly meet individual pension participant’s information needs, and have received a large vision grant worth €250,000 from Netspar.