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  1. Network formation in hospitals: how do they do it in Canada?

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    Healthcare systems vary enormously across the world. Which is why every three years, our MINOZ Research Centre organises a study trip that gives members the opportunity to see how other countries do things. This year, participants from eight Belgian hospitals went to Canada to find out how the country organises hospital networks.

  2. “Dienst ist Dienst und Schnaps ist Schnaps”

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    “I’ve been working in the field of technology and innovation management for some time now”, says Robin Kleer, who was recently appointed Professor of Innovation Management. “I study how firms can better organise their R&D.” His research focuses on three areas in particular: digitalisation, technology transfer and sustainable business models.

  3. Marketing and sustainability: two sides of the same coin

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    Fred Lemke was recently appointed Professor of Marketing and Sustainability. He joins us from Newcastle University Business School, where he was a full professor, the School Director of Research, and Joint Department Head of the Marketing, Operations and Systems Group. What are his areas of expertise, what brought him to us and what does he hope to achieve?

  4. “Transformation is currently still a digital beast”

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    This digital era dictates economic realities which will determine the relevance of businesses. What has the impact been of these new rules on the biggest companies in the Netherlands? Stijn Viaene, research leader of the Digital Transformation Index, explains.

  5. Vlerick partners the second edition of the Flemish PhD Cup

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    Every year, over 1,600 PhD studies are completed in Flanders. In the second edition of the Flemish PhD Cup, the non-profit organisation Scriptie vzw is challenging doctors to give an overview of their long research in just three minutes. The winner gets a 10,000-euro programme at Vlerick Business School.

  6. Global recognition for case teaching skills of Wouter De Maeseneire

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    Professor of Corporate Finance Wouter De Maeseneire wins the 2017 Outstanding Case Teacher award. This competition is organised by The Case Centre and recognises an excellent practitioner in the case classroom. Wouter is thrilled about the award and had never dared dream about receiving it. He’s a firm believer of the case method as a powerful teaching tool.

  7. Bring the garage back into the firm

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    “What are the consequences and implications of technological change, digital disruption and blurring industry boundaries for an established firm?” With a background in strategy, technology and innovation, Fredrik Hacklin has a keen interest in strategic entrepreneurship, lying at the intersection of these fields. He recently joined Vlerick as Professor of Entrepreneurship.

  8. And BNP went mobile

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    Interview with Michael Anseeuw, head of retail banking at the Belgian bank BNP Paribas Fortis, on the launch of the mobile bank Hello bank! He talks about the obstacles encountered along the way and the energy it took to maintain momentum.

  9. Veroniek Collewaert and Yuliya Shymko are awarded for their excellent research

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    Each year Vlerick Business School grants the Vlerick Best Researcher Award to who has best represented our research strategy during the past year. All colleagues with an A* paper were eligible to participate. Unique in the history of this award is that all of the 2016 candidates were women. After an intense deliberation and complements for the track record of all participants, the interuniversity jury decided to grant the best researcher award to two people. Veroniek Collewaert and Yuliya Shymko are both professors within the area Entrepreneurship, Strategy & Governance.

  10. “I want to create an impact”

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    Professor Martin Weiss has been a visiting professor since 2013 and was recently appointed professor of Strategy. Before pursuing an academic career, Martin worked as a strategy consultant. What are his areas of expertise, what does he hope to achieve, what drives him and also, what attracted him to our School?

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