For whom?

The programme 'Successful Strategy Execution' is targeted towards:

  • Managers, Directors, General Managers, Managers in a strategy department or experienced Functional Managers within a competitive setting
  • Experienced decision-makers who define the future of your organisation
  • Persons responsible for the implementation of the strategy

In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like Accent, Bekaert, Van Breda, Etex group, IPEX, KPMG, KBC, Brussels Airport...

This programme has been followed by Board Members, Managing Directors, Managers in a Strategy Unit, experienced Functional Managers...

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Strategy implementation

Prof Kurt Verweire about Strategy Implementation

Vlerick expertise in Strategy

  1. 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.'
  2. 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.
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