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  1. New

    Belgium drops a place in the WEF ranking of most competitive countries

    Date: 30/09/2015
    Category: Press Releases
    Belgium has dropped by a place in the World Economic Forum’s ‘2015-2016 Global Competitiveness Report’ global ranking of countries according to their competitiveness, making Belgium the world’s 19th most competitive country. In spite of this drop, our competitiveness score, on which the ranking is based, has slightly improved (5.20 compared with 5.18 last year). While there were various changes in the global top 20, there were no newcomers. The top three - Switzerland, Singapore and the United States - remained unchanged.
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    How to exploit the full potential of digital transformation?

    Date: 29/09/2015
    Category: Press Releases
    Accenture, the global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, has joined forces with Vlerick Business School to establish the ‘Digital 20/20’ Chair, a three-year academic partnership designed to explore how businesses can leverage digital technologies and business models to drive performance.
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  3. Leadership development and talent management remain key HR challenges for the future

    Date: 03/09/2015
    Category: Press Releases
    This spring, Hudson and Vlerick Business School presented the trends and challenges for HRM at leading Belgian companies by way of an HR Barometer. The HR managers of the largest Belgian profit organisations (in terms of staff numbers) and the Bel 20 organisations were invited to participate in an online survey. Some 58 organisations from a diversity of sectors participated in the survey, together representing more than 200,000 workers employed in Belgium.
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