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Advanced investing

Investment can be very profitable. When doing investments, managers of big companies can use information that isn’t accessible for others. That is why the purchase and sale of shares by...

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Leaders of paradoxes: 4 people-management types

by Jesse Segers on Apr 24, 2017 in: Leadership

In the blog series ‘Leaders of paradoxes’ Prof. Dr. Jesse Segers explains us what the invisible tensions are to what leaders get exposed. In the first part, he illustrated and defined 4 important...

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Towards the dynamic governance of digital assets

by Tim Huygh and Steven De Haes on Apr 19, 2017 in: Digital Business & IT

In the early 1990s, the early days of research into IT governance, there was a certain preoccupation with the division of IT-related decision-making. One of the dominant research themes was the...

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Urban Mobility is big business, so why are we still stuck in traffic?

A view from a non-mobility expert

The 4th European Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans which took place on 29-30 March 2017 in Dubrovnik, Croatia covered a diverse range of issues, from...

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Three reasons why you are the one holding back innovation

by Remco Lenstra on Apr 14, 2017 in: , Business Design & Innovation

In the many conversations we at the Business Design & Innovation Expertise Center have with people from various companies, we will regularly hear people say something along the lines of: “I know...

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Alumni Stories, PART FOURTEEN: “The IT Masters will almost immediately pay off”

by Caroline Van Rompuy on Apr 13, 2017 in: , Digital Business & IT

Getting accepted by business leaders as a strategic partner whilst also being an IT person is not as easy as it might seem. Caroline van Rompuy knows this better than anyone: this is part of the...

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Which leadership style is most effective?

by Koen Marichal on Apr 11, 2017 in: Leadership

We were halfway through the leadership course. Paul was the kind of leader who knows every little thing about his trade. He was close to his colleagues, had a positive attitude and gave the group...

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