Faculty

The following faculty members will be involved in the 'Advanced Management Programme':

Kurt Verweire

Prof Kurt Verweire, Professor of Strategy at Vlerick Business School.

His research interests include performance management, competitive strategy, corporate strategy and strategy implementation

Filip Roodhooft

Prof Filip Roodhooft, Professor of Management Accounting & Control at Vlerick Business School & KULeuven.

As Research Dean he is closely involved with many research projects. In addition he specialises in Management Accounting and Total Cost of Ownership.

Katia Tieleman

Prof Katia Tieleman, is associated with the Harvard Negotiation Programme at Harvard Law School, where she was trained as a negotiator, discussion facilitator, and mediator - she has extensive experience in working with international organisation

Marion Debruyne Prof Marion Debruyne, Dean at Vlerick Business School
Herman Van Den Broeck Prof Herman Van Den Broeck  has extensive research and practical experience in leadership and change management. He is the author of change management books, such as 'Essentials Veranderen'.
 Steve Muylle

Prof Steve Muylle is Professor of Marketing & Digital Strategy at Vlerick Business School. He is head of the Area Marketing and the Vlerick Centre for business marketing and digital strategy.

He frequently serves as a marketing and e-business expert in executive education programmes for leading multinational companies including 3M EMEA, Adobe Systems, Aliaxis UK, Barco, Besix, BNP Paribas Fortis, Cisco, DSM, Hewlett Packard, Johns Manville, KBC, Merck Sharp & Dohme, Microsoft, Philips, Siemens, USG People, and others.

 Katleen De Stobbeleir Prof Katleen De Stobbeleir is an expert in leadership development and coaching and the co-author of the book ‘Essentials Leiderschap’.
 Peter De Prins Prof Peter De Prins is an expert in coaching and change management. He focuses on the practical use of theoretical and academic models.
 Wouter De Maeseneire

Prof Wouter De Maeseneire is professor of Corporate Finance at Vlerick Business School.

His research focuses on Company Valuation, Real Options, Initial Public Offerings (IPO) and Private Equity.

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