Faculty

The following faculty members will be involved in 'Growth through Innovation'

Bart Leten

Prof Bart Leten is Associate Professor of Innovation Management and Programme Director of our Masters in General Management Programme.

He is an expert in corporate innovation and IP strategies.

Walter Van Dyck

Prof Walter Van Dyck leads the Innovation Management Cell.

He is an expert in technology-based business models and corporate innovation strategies. Based on this experience, he will elaborate on how you can transform an innovative idea into a real product.

Smaranda Boros

Prof Smaranda Boros teaches Organisational Behaviour at Vlerick Business School.

She is an expert in diversity in organisations and team dynamics.

Werner Bruggeman Prof Werner Bruggeman is an expert in designing integrated performance management systems.
Marion Debruyne Prof Marion Debruyne, Dean at Vlerick Business School

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