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Kurt Verweire

Prof Kurt Verweire
Professor of Strategy and Change at Vlerick Business School

Kurt is one of the most influential professors in the area of strategy development and implementation in Europe. An enthusiastic strategy professor − who knows how to translate theoretical concepts into practical insights − Kurt has developed hands-on strategy frameworks & toolkits and award-winning case studies.
Carine Peeters

Prof Carine Peeters
Professor of Strategy and International Business at Vlerick Business School

Carine is Vlerick’s expert in the field of international business & strategy, with a particular interest in emerging markets as well as service sourcing strategies and delivery models. A firm believer in innovation, Carine is always eager to share and co-create knowledge with participants and to try out new methods to enrich the learning experience and make it stick.

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Vlerick expertise in Strategy

  1. Significant growth potential for BeLux IT outsourcing market

    The BeLux market for outsourcing still has significant growth potential as companies continue to outsource more. The main drivers for outsourcing are a stronger focus on the core business and cost reduction, while business transformation has increased by 8% from 2016. Almost 83% of organisations that currently use automation, robotics and AI have experienced moderate/significant benefits of these technologies, and client satisfaction remains high with an average satisfaction score of 74% across all providers assessed.
  2. Interpolis: becoming the most transparent and trustworthy insurance company

    Interpolis is a Dutch insurance company operating both in the life and the non-life market, as well as in the health industry. During the early 1990s, Interpolis faced serious financial problems and the company was in dire straits. The company has been turned around from 1994 onwards and the case study describes this transformation in greater detail. It shows how the top managers have built a strategy based on openness, transparency, clarity and trust: insurance has been made 'crystal clear.'
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