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May 14, 2018

By Antwerp Management School

“Do what you love and do it passionately”

Students & Alumni Strategy & Innovation

In our new blog series, Alumni Life Hacks, we ask one of our alumni how life is treating them after their time at AMS. How did they develop themselves, how is AMS still playing a role in their lives, what are their dreams for the future and what can they advise to other alumni? For this

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February 6, 2018

By Antwerp Management School

“Keep on striving and keep learning”

Students & Alumni

In our new blog series, Alumni Life Hacks, we ask one of our alumni how life is treating them after their time at AMS. How did they develop themselves, how is AMS still playing a role in their lives, what are their dreams for the future and what can they advise other alumni? For this

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November 20, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

“You can and you will”

Students & Alumni

In our new blog series, Alumni Life Hacks, we ask one of our alumni how life is treating them after their time at AMS. How did they develop themselves, how is AMS still playing a role in their lives, what are their dreams for the future and what can they advise to other alumni? For this

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November 17, 2017

By Andries Reymer

Value Based Pricing: value capture

Strategy & Innovation

In this series, Andries discusses the different ways to determine price. The Value Based method is a way to fight the competition using your own strengths. Pricing based on the value and the client’s 'willingness to pay' provides a stable basis. After the introductory blog, value

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November 14, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

Project Valerie: from costumer research to pricing

Strategy & Innovation

Competitiveness in technology-driven businesses is strongly dependent on the innovation they can bring. Successful innovation is crucial to guarantee a company’s survival. To efficiently develop new products or services, customer services are invaluable. However, companies indicate that

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October 11, 2017

By Andries Reymer

Value Based Pricing: Value Creation

Strategy & Innovation

In the last blog, I discussed the importance of value detection and the advantages that come with value-based pricing. Today I want to get further into the customer’s latent needs: the type of need that exceeds the concrete, explicit requirements and wishes of which the client is aware.

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October 4, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

Project Valerie: Smart innovation is… targeted market research

Strategy & Innovation

The competitiveness of technology-driven businesses depends heavily on their ability to innovate. Successful innovation is crucial for ensuring the survival of an enterprise. Furthermore, customer input is invaluable for the efficient development of new products or services. However,

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August 21, 2017

By Andries Reymer

Value-Based Pricing: Value Detection

Strategy & Innovation

A few weeks back, I discussed the various methods of setting prices. We looked at cost-plus, competition and value-based pricing. The value-based method is seen as the best way to use your own strengths to outshine the competition. Prices based on value and the client’s willingness to pay

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April 26, 2017

By Bruno Meeus

From ICT auditor to Information Security Officer

Digital & IT

Via the Masterclass Internal Auditing, Bruno Meeus started the Executive Master IT Governance & Assurance in 2015. Bruno started the master’s course motivated by the fact that it would help him to be more professional in practicing his occupation. “I am currently the Internal Auditor

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April 24, 2017

By Jesse Segers

Leaders of paradoxes: 4 people-management types

Human Resources

In the blog series ‘Leaders of paradoxes’ Prof. Dr. Jesse Segers explains us what the invisible tensions are to what leaders get exposed. In the first part, he illustrated and defined 4 important organizational paradoxes. In this second part, you will read about 4 people-management

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April 20, 2017

By Sue Schiepers

Art and business, a crystal-clear combination

Sue Schiepers opened her own art gallery in Hasselt at the start of 2017. It was a first: it is the first glass gallery in Belgium. She is passionate about the arts, but also perfectly at home in the business world. In 2015 Sue started the Executive MBA at Antwerp Management School. She

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April 13, 2017

By Caroline Van Rompuy

“The IT Masters will almost immediately pay off”

Digital & IT

Getting accepted by business leaders as a strategic partner whilst also being an IT person is not as easy as it might seem. Caroline van Rompuy knows this better than anyone: this is part of the reason she started the Master in IT Governance and Assurance in 2015, from which she is due to