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Digital leadership at Board Level: learning from peers

by Laura Caluwe on Feb 10, 2017 in: Digital Business & IT

Organizations are increasingly dependent on IT for the creation of business value. That is why boards of directors can no longer afford to delegate strategic decision making and control around IT...

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Alumni stories, PART ELEVEN: Business meets IT

Raphael Wouters is cofounder of hublio, a smart digital platform that connects clients with brokers, advisors and insurer, and he also happens to be an AMS-alumnus! He took the Master Enterprise...

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Toolkit: Building Digital Leadership Capabilities for the Board

We live in an era where IT is a crucial contributing factor to the competitiveness of many organizations. Yet empirical evidence seems to indicate that boards of directors are not as involved in...

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Normalized Systems and innovation

by Philip Huysmans on Jan 20, 2017 in: Digital Business & IT

Fine-grained modularity in a system is the way to master the complexity that emerges when striving for evolvability in a system. Normalized Systems Theory (NST) explains how modularity of a system...

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Complexity of ICT projects explained by big data

by Hans Mulder on Dec 9, 2016 in: Digital Business & IT

Since 2015, Antwerp Management School and Standish Group have been conducting research on the complexity of IT projects. It's not simple to explain what the complexity IT projects can entail.  We...

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Cyber Security: fact and fiction

by Guus de Mari on Nov 14, 2016 in: Digital Business & IT

When is security successful? A CIO Forum workshop with 25 CIOs, CISOs and security officers pondered the question in technology education center Technopolis in Mechelen. What are the key success...

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Corporate Governance Codes and Digital Leadership

by Steven De Haes on Sep 23, 2016 in: Digital Business & IT

Information Technology (IT) is becoming prevalent in organizations all over the globe and can no longer be ignored by the board. Therefore it should make clear sense for organizations to be more...

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