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Governments become strategically flexible thanks to microprojects

The City of Antwerp sets a good example in terms of strategic flexibility. An example that Prof. Hans Mulder likes to mention with pleasure. At the City of Antwerp, he experienced that change is...

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“Governments are lacking knowledge about their most important resources”

When Eddy Van der Stock was a student in our Master in Public Management two years ago, he noticed that the average participant had rather limited digital knowledge. “Many government...

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Impact of new legislation on public contracts

On July 14, 2016, the Belgian Official Journal published the new law of June 17, 2016, concerning public contracts (Public Contract Law 2016) and the new law of June 17, 2016, concerning...

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Why public finance urgently needs a place on the agenda

For many years, Johan De Cooman has been teaching the financial management module in the Master in Public Management at AMS. With established demand from government organizations and alarming...

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Blended learning: from learning objective to optimal learning method

Are you familiar with blended learning, the buzzword of modern education? A term that sounds so cool but vague at the same time that many people wrongly associate it with new technologies or...

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Why public-sector professionals shouldn’t be afraid to delve deeper

The public sector is extremely large, employing people in many different functions and organizations. But many of these professionals lack the time to make their work broader and deeper. Often,...

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Times are changing: why health-care institutions must change their approach to crisis management

Hugo Marynissen is managing director and partner at PM Risk-Crisis-Change, a consultancy firm specializing in risk and crisis management. He is responsible for the communication modules in our...

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