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Expertise Interview

June 27, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

Innovative Labor Organization: the effects of organizing differently

Human Resources

The Innovative Labor Organization Master Class gives employers the opportunity to help keep their organization competitive, while remaining attractive to customers. Moreover, through their innovation , participants will also learn to develop their skills and strengthen the teams in which

Interview

June 26, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

Future Proof Workplace: the importance of a future vision of labor

Human Resources

We are now seeing longer working hours, automation, digitization, computerization, changing employee demands and standards. Our current context is constantly shifting and mapping future challenges and their potential influence on the labor market and the workplace has become a necessity.

Expertise Interview

June 22, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

‘Guanxi’, or how to get into the Chinese inner circle

Strategy & Innovation

China is no longer the country of mass production; they are looking for added value. The One Belt One Road Dialogues anticipate that change can bring Europe and China together to work on building the future. Dean Paul Matthyssens and Dorinela Munteanu, International Business Director at

Expertise Interview

June 21, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

AMS and China: a history that’s writing the future

Strategy & Innovation

When you set up a business strategy to trade with Chinese partners, you will often hit a wall. Good intentions on both sides can get lost in translation, which can lead the initiator to feel defeated. We sat down with Paul Matthyssens, Dean of Antwerp Management School and Dora Munteanu,

Expertise Interview

June 16, 2017

By Lili Matthys

How do you get the most out of mentorship?

Human Resources

Mentoring is underestimated. And, according to several studies, that is an understatement. Mentoring has a demonstrable impact on your career, and possibly even beyond that. But how well is it utilized? And how is it different to coaching?  

Report Interview

April 10, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

Executive MBA students turn the page in Nungwi with their Community Project

Sustainable Transformation

For many of us - indeed perhaps most of us at this school -  education is something that is easily taken for granted. However, in many places around the world this is not yet the case and that is something that Veerle Limbos and her 7 EMBA colleagues understand only too clearly. Through

Interview

April 6, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

On the road again: why our Dean values international partnerships

Corporate Strategy & Innovation

Behind every management school stands a motivated dean. Paul Mathyssens, Dean of Antwerp Management School since 2013, gives us a unique insight into an important aspect of his job. He explains why he spends much time abroad and therefore invests in inward and outward

Expertise Interview

March 28, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

The 'purple' integration in HRM

Human Resources

Human Resource Management is often perceived as the company’s ‘soft side’. When HRM take employees’ talents and wishes into account, this adds value to a company; however, it can be a mistake to focus on people knowledge too much to the exclusion of other factors. So how should you tackle

Report Interview

February 27, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

In the classroom of HRM

Human Resources

Professional Human Resources Management is indispensable in a professional organization. Ilse (35), Joris (35), and Veronique (45) are currently following our Master Class HRM to learn about changes within the sector. What have they learned and what are their personal motivations?

Interview Section

January 27, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

Alumni stories, PART ELEVEN: Business meets IT

Students & Alumni Digital & IT

Raphael Wouters is cofounder of hublio, a smart digital platform that connects clients with brokers, advisors and insurer, and he also happens to be an AMS-alumnus! He took the Master Enterprise IT Architecture (MEITA) between 2012-2014 at Antwerp Management School. After 10 years of

Expertise Interview

January 6, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

Patagonia case study: long-term values over short-term gains

Sustainable Transformation

Patagonia's Mission Statement: Build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis. When asked for an inspirational, sustainable company, Lars Moratis, Director of Knowledge Community Corporate Social