Testimonials

 Katja Van der Vekens

Katja Van der Vekens, Fost Plus
IT Manager

“This programme offers a complete and practical view on managing IT, with a good balance between theory and practice. The IT management programme helped me develop a sound strategic direction for IT in our organisation. Based on the best practice testimonials, I was able to translate lessons learned to our own context – enabling me to strengthen the alignment between Business and IT.”

 Bert Schelfaut

Bert Schelfaut, VDAB
Director VDAB Servicelijn, Team Leader Process Innovation

“Powerful and well-balanced programme with attention to the practical implementation of theory. The programme covers all relevant IT management domains. For me, it was definitely a useful experience!”

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