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Liesbeth Kneppers-Heijnert , professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business, has been appointed as new chairwoman of the Supervisory Board of the Martini Hospital in Groningen. She is the successor of Johan Remkes, who has been chairman for three years and was appointed as Royal Commissioner in Noord-Holland as of 1 June.
Since March 2004, Kneppers-Heijnert has been a member of the hospital's Supervisory Board and she was appointed for a second term in 2008, which has become the chairwomanship as of 1 October. Kneppers-Heijnert is professor of business studies and also a member of the Dutch Senate (Eerste Kamer).
Een nieuw managementprogramma voor leidinggevenden in de Noord-Nederlandse maakindustrie en bouwnijverheid moet de achterstand in managementkwaliteit ten opzichte van andere regio’s gaan beslechten.
Policymakers often have to base their decisions on very limited information. Some of these decisions may have a serious impact on society in the future. The world of small business is also prone to uncertainty when making decisions, despite...
Groningen is building up to Climate Adaptation Week, an online, interactive festival revolving around the consequences of, and solutions to, climate change. It is a theme that is close to the heart of business expert Björn Mitzinneck. ‘Many of the...