Menu

Gerhard Mulder


Degree:

EMBA

Location:

Netherlands

Industry:

Not for Profit

Year:

Jan 2017 - Sep 2018

Gerhard Mulder works at an environmental non-profit in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Prior to that he worked in government, banking, and consulting. He studied public policy at the University of Amsterdam and environmental economics and finance at Columbia University. He is married and has three children. Prior to starting his EMBA he enjoyed running marathons.

Sort by date

Search

Posted by: on November 8, 2017

#youtoo – Tipping points towards equality

How amazing it is to actually experience a tipping point. Tipping points can be good or bad. A bad tipping point would be if all kids would start drinking sugary drinks and obesity would rise. That’s bad. A good tipping point is when people who go skiing suddenly start wearing helmets. Nobody told anyone that […]

Read more

Posted by: on May 8, 2017

Restaurant review: Galito’s, Whitefield, Bangalore.

Walking into Galito’s in the Whitefield section of bustling Bangalore is entering a welcoming spotless clean interior that motivates you to hit the reset button and feel at ease. Friendly quotes on the wall and Mexican inspired art and artifacts provide the ultimate setting for a culinary trip that is long to be remembered. The […]

Read more

Posted by: on April 28, 2017

Your EMBA cohort is a safe zone

The third EMBA module took place in Bangalore, India. One whole week of classes, company visits, and socializing. Absolutely brilliant. Staying in the Leela Palace with close to 70 students plus SBS staff was nothing less than unforgettable. But something interesting happened. This module I observed and experienced a deepening of relationships. We all took […]

Read more

Posted by: on April 24, 2017

Plutus – an EMBA group project

On Friday morning we received our first assignment for group work from Analytics Professor James Taylor. We received several data tables with the rather simple sounding task to use multiple regression analysis to prove whether there is a pattern of gender discrimination at a bank. The bank is named after the Greek god of wealth, […]

Read more

Posted by: on February 28, 2017

R-squared

One of the criteria for professors to gain tenure at Saїd Business School is that they must be funny. This doesn’t feel like going to class, it feels like 8 hours a day of stand-up comedy. I don’t know what they put in the water here, but these guys are very entertaining. If you have […]

Read more

Posted by: on February 22, 2017

Fidelio

We walk slowly in procession past Roman and Greek statues on a cold Sunday evening in January. At least two dozen frozen faces stare down at us. Nobody says anything. It feels like we have entered a Stanley Kubrick movie. At the end of the long hallway there is some noise. We enter a room […]

Read more