On Thursday 23 June, the first meeting of the seminar series 'The Responsible Organisation' (ResOrg) took place in the chapel of the Berchmanianum. Employees were inspired by Dr. Annabel Hofer from the University of Bern (Switzerland) who explained her work on sustainable careers. The results of her research 'Conceptualizing career insecurity: Toward a better understanding and measurement of a multidimensional construct' offer theoretical and practical implications for individual career planning, career guidance, and career management in organizations.
Dr Sibel Eker, Assistant Professor of Methods, was selected to be one of the 39 new members of the Global Young Academy (GYA) for a tenure of five years. The GYA welcomes new members from 24 countries and 27 nationalities.
On Thursday 25 November, Business Administration organised their first RO symposium on ‘Responsible organizing in a digital age’, with over fifty participants live and online and six organisations (Armis, Nijmegen municipality, RIVM, NFI, Ford and Capgemini).
The Peer Mentoring Project of Business Administration will start soon. You will be able to participate in a mentor group with four or five fellow students from the same study programme and academic year.
Six researchers, including Vincent Marchau, Etiënne Rouwette and Hubert Korzilius from the Nijmegen school of Management, want to improve the resilience of healthcare and society by developing adaptive pandemic management.
Professor Yvonne Benschop is the most productive author of the last 25 years in the Gender, Work and Organization journal. She is also the most cited author and occupies a central position in the authors’ network.
Armand Smits (Business Administration), together with the HAN Lean-QRM Center, will research how business models in the manufacturing industry that are strongly inspired by the Lean philosophy can be changed into more circular business models. An NWO/SIA-KIEM grant will support this research.