The mobility system has to become more sustainable, but how? What possibilities are there? And how do you deal with the complex interplay of governments, companies and citizens? In the On the Move project, an interdisciplinary team of researchers from Nijmegen and Delft is examining these questions. On the Move is part of the NWO Transitions and Behaviour research programme.
Armand Smits, Assistant Professor Business Administration, has received an award as co-author on the paper “Learning while (re)configuring: Business model innovation processes in established firms” published in Strategic Organization in 2016.
Business Administration Assistant Professor Sjors Witjes has received two awards as co-author of the article “The circular economy: New or Refurbished as CE 3.0? — Exploring Controversies in the Conceptualization of the Circular Economy through a Focus on History and Resource Value Retention Options”: a “Most Cited Paper Award 2020” and a “Most Downloaded Paper Award 2020”.
Prof. Yvonne Benschop and Dr Inge Bleijenbergh from the Business Administration programme (Nijmegen School of Management) are part of a successful application for an innovative European Training Network (ETN), which will receive 4.1 million euros of EU funding from 2021 to 2023.
Jan Jonker, Professor of Sustainable Entrepreneurship at Nijmegen School of Management, will deliver the Duurzame Troonrede 2020 (national sustainability lecture) on Tuesday 1 September. This is also his farewell address as professor at Radboud University.
The festive online kick-off of the SamSamBank app will be held on Thursday 18 June. The app was developed by Prof. Jan Jonker, Professor of Corporate Sustainability at the Nijmegen School of Management, and his team.
The Business Analysis and Modelling Master’s programme (BAM) trains students to become experts in group process support. Interaction with the field is central to both education and research. “Organisations increasingly need intermediaries and this Master’s programme fulfils this need.”
Mark van Houdenhoven, Professor by special appointment of Business Economics and the director of the Sint Maartenskliniek, called upon the beverage industry. With success: as of today, Avandis is going to start producing 100,000 litres of hand alcohol a week.