For whom?

The programme 'Successful Strategy Execution' is targeted towards:

  • Managers, Directors, General Managers, Managers in a strategy department or experienced Functional Managers within a competitive setting
  • Experienced decision-makers who define the future of your organisation
  • Persons responsible for the implementation of the strategy

In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies like Accent, Bekaert, Van Breda, Etex group, IPEX, KPMG, KBC, Brussels Airport...

This programme has been followed by Board Members, Managing Directors, Managers in a Strategy Unit, experienced Functional Managers...

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Vlerick expertise in Strategy

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    Enedis, a subsidiary of EDF, is in charge of the last mile in the delivery of electricity to most of France. This case study follows the start and development of Enedis' digital transformation, with the ambition to be at the forefront of the energy sector in the digital age.
  2. Significant growth potential for BeLux IT outsourcing market

    The BeLux market for outsourcing still has significant growth potential as companies continue to outsource more. The main drivers for outsourcing are a stronger focus on the core business and cost reduction, while business transformation has increased by 8% from 2016. Almost 83% of organisations that currently use automation, robotics and AI have experienced moderate/significant benefits of these technologies, and client satisfaction remains high with an average satisfaction score of 74% across all providers assessed.
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