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December 11, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

Successful Entrepreneurs

Alumni Business Design & Innovation

The Master in Innovation and Entrepreneurship has already brought forth many great enterprises. From medical products, to coffeebars, from fashion, to apps, they've all followed the same program.  We show you some of these start-ups of the last ten years. They can all be an example and an

Opinion column

November 28, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

Meyer’s Management Models - episode 6: Confidence quotient

HR & Organizational Development change management

What determines how much confidence people have in me?   Confidence is the psychological state of feeling sure about something or someone. When people are confident, they feel certain and at ease, which allows them to move more freely and commit themselves to actions or relationships with

Opinion column

November 5, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

Meyer’s Management Models - episode 5: House of engagement

HR & Organizational Development

Which factors can contribute to a higher level of engagement in my organization? People are engaged if they feel connected to their organization and if they are motivated to contribute to its success. So, becoming engaged is about emotional bonding – buying in to an organization and

October 21, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

Looking for a great way to kickstart your career?

You're about to graduate or you just got that hard-earned master's degree. Now what? Embark upon a job search right away? Backpack and travel around the world for a year? Go on a spiritual quest to find out who you really are? Well then, here’s the perfect solution for you: take another

Opinion column

September 30, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

Meyer’s Management Models - episode 4: Revenue model framework

HR & Organizational Development

What are the different ways to generate income as an organization? All organizations need money to operate and thus require ways to generate sufficient income. An organization’s revenue model is the specific manner by which it acquires funds – it constitutes the way in which the

Interview Testimonial

September 18, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

Innovative Labor Organization: a revolution with measurable positive results

Leadership HR & Organizational Development

Pieter-Jan De Man is director at STAS, a fourth-generation company specializing in moving floor trailers and tippers. The company had already undergone a first organizational change, inspired by Pieter-Jan's participation in a learning network of Workitects. Intrigued to find out what

Interview Testimonial

September 17, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

Master class HRM: an investment with a sustainable return

Leadership HR & Organizational Development

Corinne Scoyer has been working at the Antwerp Police District for eighteen years now. She started out as a strategic analyst. Three years ago, she was appointed HRM Director. Together with her team of 56 employees, she supports the more than 3,000 employees of the Antwerp Police

Interview Getuigenis

September 10, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

Master Class HRM in 3 words: frameworks, networks and open doors

HR & Organizational Development

Lien Demerie has been an HR Business Partner at Logi-technic for three years now. It was a newly created role with many challenges. She was all too happy to meet the challenges, however, even though she didn’t have a Human Resources Degree. The first step was to find a suitable

Interview Getuigenis

September 9, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

The building blocks of an organizational architect

Leadership HR & Organizational Development

Gui Boven was destined to become an engineer architect, but then, he also wanted to work with people. He eventually chose the latter, although his enthusiasm for design was never far away. Thus, for more than 25 years he contributed to ‘building’ organizations from various managerial

Opinion column

September 2, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

Meyer’s Management Models -episode 3: 'Interaction pressure gauge'

HR & Organizational Development

  How much pressure should I exert when talking to people? Interaction is the process of two or more people communicating with each other, most often by means of talking. For most managers, interacting by means of speech is their primary method of getting things done – their work consists

August 6, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

Impact on society - a selection of recent AMS alumni projects

Business Design & Innovation

Every year students come up with products that are sometimes no more than a one-shot and sometimes develop into real success stories. Our alumni have also been busy. Here are some examples of recent projects from students, alumni and staff at Antwerp Management School.

Interview

August 5, 2019

By Antwerp Management School

Fast forward to 2079

Public sector & Social profit

The dean still has a paper version of the original mission of 60 years ago. And that mission is surprisingly contemporary, despite its dated language: ‘Cultivate participants in the art of decision-making and leading of people and organizations. An art that first and foremost needs to