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.

Stijn Viaene 

Prof Stijn Viaene
Programme Director
Professor of Information Systems Management at Vlerick Business School

Stijn Viaene is a successful scientist, business executive and educator. He is passionate about what it means to successfully create a digital enterprise, capturing the value that comes with big data, analytics, social and the cloud.

Frank Goedertier 

Prof Frank Goedertier
Professor of Marketing at Vlerick Business School

Frank Goedertier is an expert in Brand Management and Marketing Communications. In his recent work he concentrates on developing theories to successfully engage in branding in the digital age and in developing simple marketing tactics to efficiently communicate in an information overload era.

Peter De Prins 

Prof Peter De Prins
Professor of Management Practice at Vlerick Business School

Peter De Prins is a recognised speaker on motivation, leadership, coaching and management. In his research, teaching and consulting he focuses on people-management, executive coaching, change management and leadership.

Koen Tackx 

Prof Koen Tackx
Professor of Management Practice at Vlerick Business School

Koen Tackx is an expert in Corporate Strategy and Strategic Marketing. He combines twenty years of business experience in various industries including telecommunications, energy, real estate and HR services with a wide range of research and educational activities in various settings. He is an advocate of "co-creating” strategies.

 Miguel Meuleman

Prof Miguel Meuleman
Professor of Entrepreneurship at Vlerick Business School

Miguel Meuleman is focusing on entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education. He is passionate about the process and people behind new venture ideas. In his research he studies how entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs successfully identify and exploit new opportunities. He looks at different aspects of the new venture creation process: opportunity identification techniques, business model generation, managing uncertainty and financing new ventures.

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