The following faculty members will be involved in 'Successful Strategy Execution’ :

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. Kurt is a specialist in helping companies formulate and implement winning business strategies. He has developed great frameworks that give people sharp insights how to boost performance with a clear winning strategy.

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.

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Vlerick expertise in Strategy

  1. When does Medici hurt Da Vinci?

    “Corporate social responsibility is not always a recipe for value creation. Sometimes corporate philanthropy or CSR initiatives make their recipients look bad. The question then is: what can they do to mitigate this negative effect?”, says professor Yuliya Shymko. She studied what corporate sponsoring and influence mean for non-profit recipients such as museums, theatres or universities, and to what extent we should allow this influence to be exercised.
  2. How cultural differences can have a positive impact on the success of offshoring initiatives

    All else being equal, if you could choose between sourcing services in a country that has a culture similar to your own or one with a different culture – which one would you choose? “Our observation is that, when confronted with that choice, most managers opt for the ‘cultural proximity’ option. But data show that you may want to think twice before you embark on the ‘easier’ road,” says Carine Peeters, professor of strategy at Vlerick Business School.
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