Detailed Programme

During this 2 day programme we unravel 4 new trends in Management & Leadership.

Are you future proof?

By Marc Buelens

The future is not what is used to be. We are facing  a highly unpredictable world. In a world that is becoming increasingly competitive, dynamic and complex.  Complexity seems to be the silent killer of growth. Complexity is an ever growing hidden cost. We need ‘simple’ business models, we have to realise that strategy has to be defined as simple rules, not as simplistic rules. Less is more. But more is different. When should you trust your judgment?

The changing nature of leadership

By Katleen de Stobbeleir

In this session, we focus on important trends in business and their consequences for leading organizations. Central questions that will be addressed are: How do leaders need to lead today? What will the future of leadership development look like?

The Mint countries: Another Bric in the Wall?

By Filip Abraham

Will Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, Turkey emerge as economic leaders among world nations. Are they the next phase in the relative decline of the US and Europe? Will they take over from the Bric countries, now struggling after a decade of spectacular growth?

Let’s open the debate.

Digital Strategy

By Steve Muylle

Digital technologies are remaking the business world. While born-on-the-Web and first-on-mobile firms receive a lot of attention, the bulk of the economy still consists of established firms that serve existing customers through conventional processes. While most of these established firms venture online, there is typically a lot more they can do. Based on a digital strategy planning framework that was published  at the Massachusetts Institute for Technology (MIT) and validated with dozens of firms across the globe, this session will illustrate how established firms can plan digital initiatives in support of their offline and online business processes.

A learning experience like no other

When you come to Vlerick, you step away from your usual routine and gain a wider perspective. You discover how to tackle challenges, turn your knowledge into action and apply your skills in your workplace. You learn from faculty who are experts in their fields – and from a diverse group of peers. All these things help you become a confident, skilled professional, ready to succeed in business – and in life.

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Meet Us

Info Sessions & Open Days
12 Nov
Drop In on our Brussels Campus
Category: General Info Sessions

10 Dec
Drop In on our Ghent Campus
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10 Mar
Drop In on our Leuven Campus
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