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Deva Rangarajan

Prof Deva Rangarajan
Professor of Marketing & Sales at Vlerick Business School

Deva Rangarajan focuses primarily on the areas of service management, customer experience management, B2B marketing, sales force management, and business model innovation. He is Director of the Vlerick Sales Excellence Centre.
Xavier Baeten

Prof Xavier Baeten 
Professor of Management Practice at Vlerick Business School

Xavier has a unique focus on, and extensive experience in, reward management. Xavier is an expert in how rewarding can help organisations achieve their strategy and give them a competitive advantage. His favourite topics include: total rewards, translating business strategies into reward policies, developing reward strategies that work, pay-for-performance, reward communication, age-conscious rewarding and employee motivation.
Pascale Hall

Pascale Hall
Sales Performance consultant, Partner Minds&More, Master facilitator MHI Global and Vantage Point Performance

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