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Digital Leadership provides an excellent mix of real-world business perspectives from an impressive list of digital leaders and CxOs, with thought-provoking discussions led by well-respected professors from academia.

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Stijn Viaene

Prof Stijn Viaene
Professor of Information Systems Management & Data Analytics at Vlerick Business School

Stijn is passionate about what it means to successfully create a digital enterprise, capturing the value that comes with the use of novel technological advances such as big data, analytics, social media, mobile computing, and the cloud. The two business research initiatives he developed − Centre for Excellence BPM Network and Centre for Excellence Enterprise Architecture Management − contribute to a significantly better practical and academic understanding of what it means to make optimal use of IT in a contemporary organisational context. 
Frank Goedertier

Prof Frank Goedertier
Associate Professor of Marketing at Vlerick Business School

Frank makes your brand stand out. Concentrating on developing theories to successfully engage in branding in the digital age, Frank also develops simple marketing tactics to communicate effectively in an era of information overload.
Peter De Prins

Prof Peter De Prins
Professor of Change & Leadership at Vlerick Business School

Peter is a passionate teacher and executive coach, delivering inspiring experiences and taking you on a journey of impactful insights that ultimately result in an increase of your personal and professional performance. Peter teaches change management, leadership and and focuses on the practical use of theoretical and academic models, making use of group-participation and collaborative learning.
Koen Tackx

Prof Koen Tackx
Professor of Marketing & Strategy at Vlerick Business School

Passionate about how companies can create value for customers and capture value for their shareholders, Koen’s main focus is on corporate strategy and strategic marketing. His interests and expertise lie in how co-creation can enhance the strategy creation process, and how to balance between value creation and value capturing and how different strategies can influence this balance.
Miguel Meuleman

Prof Miguel Meuleman
Professor of Entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School

A passionate teacher in the field of entrepreneurship, Miguel has been involved in projects to make entrepreneurship education more effective. He has launched initiatives to bridge entrepreneurship, education and design, participated in numerous consulting projects, and is the author of several case studies. Miguel is specialised in the areas of new venture creation and growth, buyouts, business model generation and entrepreneurial finance.

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  1. Who are the digital leaders in the Netherlands?

    What point are the largest Dutch companies at in their digital transformation? To find out the answer, the Dutch newspaper Het Financieele Dagblad and Vlerick Business School conducted a survey called Transformers 200 among the managers with final responsibility for digital transformation at the 200 largest companies in the Netherlands, across all sectors.
  2. An IT roadmap for hospitals: one size does not fit all

    Digital technologies have become indispensable in the healthcare sector. They help to achieve better and cheaper healthcare. Policymakers are focusing strongly on eHealth and collaboration between the various players in the healthcare ecosystem. Belgian hospitals have already spent too long using IT purely as a support tool, however, with all the associated consequences. It is essential for them not to miss the boat. Professor Brecht Cardoen and professor Bjorn Cumps explain how a tool which was developed in collaboration with hospitals and their stakeholders can help.
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