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March 1, 2021

By Antwerp Management School

How do our female Master in Finance alumni stand strong in a male dominated industry? Meet Nicolé de Loor

Students & Alumni

Finance is still a male dominated industry. Luckily, according to our female alumni from different parts of the world, things are changing for the better.  We catch up with Nicolé de Loor, one year after she graduated from the Master in Finance.  We talk about her experience of studying

February 16, 2021

By Jeroen Martens

How to find the right MBA

Do you feel that you’ve reached a major crossroad in your life? Do you want change? Do you have that burning ambition to make a difference and have a tangible impact on your business and society? Then it seems you are ready to embark on a new adventure. 

February 16, 2021

By Jeroen Martens

Planning for an MBA

Do you feel that you’ve reached a major crossroad in your life? Do you want change? Do you have that burning ambition to make a difference and have a tangible impact on your business and society? Then it seems you are ready to embark on a new adventure. 

February 16, 2021

By Jeroen Martens

What's an MBA?

Do you feel that you’ve reached a major crossroad in your life? Do you want change? Do you have that burning ambition to make a difference and have a tangible impact on your business and society? Then it seems you are ready to embark on a new adventure. 

Testimonial

January 22, 2021

By Joke Eeckhout

The EMBA Positive Impact Project - Once in a lifetime opportunity

Students & Alumni Strategy & Innovation

An Executive MBA in the city where I spent most of my youth; the city where I became an adult; the city where I was once an undergraduate student - Antwerp. It was without doubt that I would choose AMS to do my MBA. The high rankings and excellent references sealed my choice. 

Expertise Opinion Column

January 5, 2021

By Yuri Bobbert

Get the biggest bang for your security buck

Digital & IT

Over the last seven years, our role as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) has drastically changed. According to our Microsoft Outlook Analytics client, more than fifty percent of our mail is spam from cyber security suppliers, trying to grab our attention by selling fear,

Expertise

December 16, 2020

By Antwerp Management School

Refuel your strategy with our students’ creativity

When the going gets tough, our students get going COVID-19 has companies sprinting and running a marathon at the same time. While trying to stay on top of things here and now, companies simultaneously need to rethink their long-term strategy. A mission impossible? Not really. All you need

Expertise

December 14, 2020

By Daan Sorgeloos

“Change Management is like rebuilding an airplane mid-air”

Human Resources

Change management is hot. As long as there have been organizations, managers have had to deal with change trajectories. Even though there is a lot of scientific research and management literature is popular, these processes remain very challenging. The fact that more than 75% of the

December 11, 2020

By Antwerp Management School

Developing leadership competencies through neurotraining

Human Resources Strategy & Innovation Leadership

What happens in the brains of successful and less successful leaders? Steven Poelmans, professor of neuroscience & strategic leadership, measures their brain activity and combines the results with feedback from observers in real-life and emotionally challenging business situations. This

Opinion Column

December 8, 2020

By Yuri Bobbert

Is Digital Security a market for lemons?

Digital & IT

Although information security has a long history, it wasn’t really top of mind of senior management, Board or other employees until late 2010. A “security professional” became a real job and market demand has grown ever since. Awareness about security risks increased significantly. The

December 3, 2020

By Antwerp Management School

This is not just another hype. Innovative Labor Organization is here to stay.

Human Resources

Liesbet Becu is an interim manager and totally into making large organizations more agile. Opening people's eyes, questioning old certainties, getting organizations on the move. That is what motivates her. The Master Class Innovative Labor Organization gave her a strong basis: "I get a

Interview

November 16, 2020

By Antwerp Management School

The challenges of Young ICT Lady of the Year - Julie Scherpenseel

Digital & IT

Julie Scherpenseel was voted Young ICT Lady of the Year 2020 at She Goes ICT. This DataNews event rewards women who have distinguished themselves in the field of ICT. Although the event is already in its 13th edition, there is still an urgent need for positive role models, as the