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My experience with the Executive Master Enterprise IT Architecture

by Ronald Bas on Mar 19, 2017 in: Digital Business & IT

At the start of this year I enrolled in the ‘Executive Master Enterprise IT Architecture’ at Antwerp Management School. Last week the master kicked off with a residential seminar in the charming...

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Are you ready to be a CEO? Ask yourself these 7 questions.

by Jesse Segers on Mar 17, 2017 in: Leadership

Professor Dr. Jesse Segers recently co-wrote an article in Management Team about whether it was better for companies to train in-house staff to be CEOs or whether to look externally to hire them....

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Time to break free of traffic jams

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The impact of Enterprise Governance of IT in organizations

by Steven De Haes on Mar 3, 2017 in: Digital Business & IT

With the digital revolution, companies are investing more and more in information technology (IT). These investments are expected to contribute to the creation of increased and/or new company...

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Sustainable change that works

Recently, the consultancy firm Bain & Company published their report Achieving breakthrough results in sustainability. One mind-boggling fact in the report is that the percentage of successful ...

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Lobbying and Foreign Interest in Chinese Politics

by Steffi Weil on Mar 1, 2017 in: International Business

China and the East-Asian market have been widely discussed in the business world for a long while. The increasing importance of the New Silk Route project gives further momentum to the debate. But...

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How do leaders stay balanced? The importance of reflection and introspection.

by Antwerp Management School on Feb 28, 2017 in: Leadership

In an article for the newspaper De Morgen, Jesse Segers turns the spotlight on CEOs. To avoid the pitfalls of power, according to him, a certain introspection is necessary. You need be able to get...

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