“Do you know that all of us today share a common trait with effective leaders? We all believe in life-long learning.”
Over 100 local business professionals and stakeholders joined the latest biannual Taste of Knowledge afternoon organised on 5 June 2014 by the Postgraduate Education department of the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.
Prof. Muriel Niederle, Stanford University, gave a keynote speech on the topic ‘Gender, competitiveness and career choices’ at SBE’s 7th Maastricht Behavioral and Experimental Economics Symposium (M-BEES) on 2 June 2014.
What is the most decisive: politics, law or profession? And what do vision and leadership mean in this context? Administrators
In the sport sector, soccer has a special place as it is by far the most popular sport worldwide with most participants, television exposure and viewers. In fact it can be stated that, commercially viewed, soccer is the biggest business of them all.
My name is Micole Smits. I was born 47 years ago in Tanzania, where my father used to work
The biggest entrepreneurship conference in Limburg is opening its doors again for its sixth edition in Maastricht on 14-16 May.
You are kindly invited to our Taste of Knowledge Event on the 5th of June. As usual you can taste,
In today’s global economy, manufacturing can take place in the lowest cost location and even high-tech products are becoming commoditised. Many traditional product firms are looking to move to a services business model that will provide them with a sustainable competitive advantage. But how should they make this transition?
If I recall correctly, almost none of the students of my year knew back in 2008 what they would do after their studies. Most of us were ambitious and eager to join the workforce. Some went travelling first. A smart decision in hindsight, because landing a job hasn’t been the easiest thing to achieve since the crisis that hit in 2008.