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September 22, 2020

By Yassin Boullauazan

Essential tips to survive the stock market storm during the coronavirus crisis

Financial Management & Accounting Ecosystems

Lately, I have been getting a lot of questions from colleagues, friends, and family about the impact of COVID-19 on the financial markets. I hope to address these questions in this article.

September 16, 2020

By Wouter Dewulf & Roel Gevaers

After the rat race for the development of a Covid-19 vaccine, the logistics chain will also have to undergo an electroshock

Ecosystems COVID-19 Supply Chain air transport

In recent weeks and months, both positive and negative reports have appeared in the international press about the rat race for an effective Covid-19 vaccine. Almost all newspapers and magazines make a new ranking every month of which company will be the first to market an approved

Opinion Research

August 21, 2020

By Yuri Bobbert

Digital risks to business, what do they cost?

Leading Digital Transformation

Analyzing Business Information Security for a data breach use case In a digital business world that is highly distributed via an eco-system, ensuring your digital assurance becomes vital. Everything needs to continuously work and Confidentially, Integrity and Auditability have to be

Opinion Research

July 15, 2020

By Yves Vanderbeken

Going shopping for citizen services with your government platform app?

Leading Digital Transformation

As a student of the Executive Master in IT Governance and Assurance (aka MITGA), I graduated in June 2020 with a subject that matters to us all: how to find and select the right citizen services from the government to help us? And more importantly, how can governments apply digital

July 7, 2020

By Karen Wouters

Never waste a good crisis - Leadership development in times of coronavirus

Leadership COVID-19

"Never waste a good crisis." Churchill's famous statement has already been used to call on the hospitality industry to reinvent itself, to boost green innovations, to urge the European institutions to review their cooperation model. And here I am, boldly adding yet another one: never

Opinion column

June 29, 2020

By Ron Meyer

Meyer’s Management Models - episode 13: Strategy Development Cycle

HR & Organizational Development change management

Which steps do we need to go through to develop an effective strategy? A strategy is a course of action followed by an organization to realize its purpose. In contrast to common use, strategy is not what an organization intends to do (its plan of action), but what it actually does (its

June 26, 2020

By Antwerp Management School

Why you should develop the Global Leadership Skills of the future

Young Potentials Blog

We have made it our trademark at AMS to develop the leaders of the future, gearing our students with all necessary skills. These efforts culminated last year in the Global Leadership Skills course, that was integrated in all our master’s programs. This course is our renewed Leadership &

June 26, 2020

By Antwerp Management School

The future of work: Workplace innovation

Young Potentials Blog

We all know: our society is changing constantly, as is the labor market. Some jobs are being shaken by technology and automatization, labor force mobility is growing, and we will all have to work longer. That’s why both organizations and employees need to act future proof, and flexibility

June 26, 2020

By Antwerp Management School

The future of work: Guaranteeing the future of work by dynamic careers

Young Potentials Blog

We all know: our society is changing constantly, as is the labor market. Some jobs are being shaken by technology and automatization, labor force mobility is growing, and we will all have to work longer. That’s why both organizations and employees need to act future proof, and flexibility

June 26, 2020

By Antwerp Management School

The future of work: Flexible employability of talent, the weapon for the future

Young Potentials Blog

We all know our society is changing constantly, as is the labor market. Some jobs are being shaken by technology and automatization. Labor force mobility is growing and we will all have to work longer. That’s why both organizations and employees need to act future proof, and flexibility

June 26, 2020

By Antwerp Management School

The future of work is like Star Trek

Young Potentials Blog

We all know our society is changing constantly, as is the labor market. Some jobs are being shaken by technology and automatization. Labor force mobility is growing and we will all have to work longer. That’s why both organizations and employees need to act future proof, and flexibility

June 26, 2020

By Peggy De Prins

Living, learning, caring, and working during lockdown

COVID-19

Never before have all pieces of the puzzle fallen into place so unexpectedly and unintentionally. It must be said: the last few months have been quite intense. Numerous people were working from home, schedules were turned upside down, virtual meetings became the new norm, homes had to be