RSM Outlook Summer 2009
Post-Crisis World: a change for the better?
Business and Academia: The Mutual Benefits of Collaboration (Lesa Sawahata)
Business is at the heart – and in the DNA – of RSM. And through collaborative activities at every level, RSM researchers, alumni and students are impacting business.
The New Face of Capitalism
As we enter a phase of post-crisis uncertainty, what hope now for business and society at large in a world where the almost universally accepted tenets of capitalism lie shattered in the rubble of collapsed institutions and fractured economic foundations? Noreena Hertz, author of such best-selling books as The Silent Takeover and IOU: The Debt Threat, believes that the time could be right for an ideological shift and a new age of collaborative capitalism.
Post-Crisis Management: What can we do Differently? (Lesa Sawahata)
Recently a group of senior executives gathered with RSM leaders to discuss the pre-eminent topic in the world of business and management: how we got here, what has to change, and how RSM can create a positive impact on the future business leaders that fill its classrooms. This is what we heard from the participants.
|Publisher||Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), Erasmus University|
|Editor||R. Gilbert (Russell) , L. Sawahata (Lesa)|
|Series||RSM Outlook Magazine Collection|
Gilbert, R, & Sawahata, L (Eds.). (2009). RSM Outlook Summer 2009. (R Gilbert & L Sawahata, Eds.)RSM Outlook Magazine Collection. Rotterdam School of Management (RSM), Erasmus University. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/77269