Mario Vanhoucke

Prof Mario Vanhoucke 
Professor at Vlerick Business School

Mario helps organisations improve their project performance by combining research results with practical experience. Mario is passionate about everything that is related to project scheduling, risk analysis and project control. He is continuously searching for better ways to measure, improve and optimise the performance and resource efficiency of projects in progress.
Dirk Buyens

Prof Dirk Buyens
Professor of HR & Leadership at Vlerick Business School

Dirk Buyens is Professor of Organisational Design and People Management. He is a partner of the School and the Director of Open Exec Education at Vlerick Business School. He advises companies on HR, Talent management, People Management and Organisational structuring issues. In the school he co-leads a Centre of Excellence in Strategic Talent Management (sTm). Next to this, Dirk is the CEO of GPtW Belgium where his team conducts engagement surveys in Great Places to Work for.
Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez

Prof Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez
Director of the programme management office at GlaxoSmithKline

Antonio is director of the programme management office at GlaxoSmithKline. He is a lecturer in project management at Vlerick as well as professor at Duke CE and Instituto de Empresa.

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