Three New Year’s resolutions for entrepreneurs

There’s a reason that people make resolutions at the start of a new year – it’s a time of refreshed optimism and positivity, perfect for new ideas.

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Leadership development: What does a leader look like?

If someone asked you to give an example of a leader, what would you say? The MD of your company? The famous CEO of a world-dominating tech firm? A prominent political figure maybe?

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Digitization as an opportunity, not a threat

The suspicion that technological advancement is something to be feared has been immortalised on film many times.

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What can an MBA do for your career in the engineering industry?

At one stage, an engineering career centred solely around technical problem-solving, but now it’s a much more diverse vocation.

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The first steps towards career reinvention: a participant shares his journey so far

Since graduating as an education scientist a decade ago, Niel Van Meeuwen has forged a vibrant career as a partner associated with international consulting company, Kessels & Smit.

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Workforce digitization and the age of AI

Technology has been changing the face of global business for decades, with workforce digitization well underway across various sectors around the world. Following the rise of advanced machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotics, what does the future of business look like for the...

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How to future proof your career as a white collar worker

When NASA introduced one of the first transistor-based computers – the vast IBM 7090 – to their space programme in 1961, they assumed the new technology would replace its human predecessors.

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Tips for global teamwork: making virtual teams successful

There’s an element of teamwork in every career, and most of us are used to collaborating with colleagues, clients and other stakeholders on team-led tasks. But what about working with people you never meet face-to-face?

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How an Online MBA can support a globe-trotting career

Paris today, London tomorrow, where to next week? The commercial world is more global than ever, and many professionals are spanning countries and continents while furthering their careers.

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A participant perspective on the Vlerick Online MBA

As a medical advisor at pharmaceutical giant Bayer, precision comes naturally to Maaike Van Craen.

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Accreditations & rankings

  • Association of MBAs
  • The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
  • Financial Times