Faculty

Steve Muylle

Prof Steve Muylle
Professor of Marketing & E-business at Vlerick Business School

Steve is a recognised expert in assessing and enhancing e-business processes. Steve delivers actionable insights into how firms maximise the value of and for customers, offline and online. He has received multiple awards for his research and teaching.
Barney Jordaan

Prof Barney Jordaan 
Professor of Conflict Management & Negotiation at Vlerick Business School

Barney is a South-African negotiation, mediation, dispute and conflict resolution specialist. He has worked with many global organisations – and teaches negotiation skills and conflict resolution. Barney is a certified mediator with the ADR Grp (UK), IMI (The Netherlands) and CEDR (UK), and he has served as external consultant to the World Bank.
Prof Frank Rozemeijer
NEVI Professor Purchasing and Supply Management at Maastricht University

 
Frank is an expert in the field of purchasing and supply management. He advises many organisations on procurement strategy and governance issues. 

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