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Filip Roodhooft

Prof Filip Roodhooft
Professor of Accounting at Vlerick Business School

Filip’s teaching is focused primarily on the finance function as a business partner for an organisation. He also shows non-financial managers the relevance of accounting information for decision-making and strategy execution.
Kristof Stouthuysen

Prof Kristof Stouthuysen
Professor of Management Control at Vlerick Business School

Kristof's research, executive program teaching, and consulting focus on the latest techniques for using performance measurement and control systems to implement strategy. The goal is to motivate managers and decision-makers to restructure around delivering superior service and/or product outcomes at significantly lower total cost. Another current project of Kristof considers the role of Big Data to help corporations make better financial decisions.

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