10 Most Influential Women In Graduate Management Education
In recognition of International Women’s Day, we share the stories of the influential women at the forefront of modern global management education.
Bringing A Solution To The Neglected Tragedy Of Stillbirths – Co-Founders of Maternia
Clara Maspons, Zainab Dakik and Natalia Villarreal – Vlerick Business School, Masters of Innovation & Entrepreneurship Tell us more about your company and what you do It is hard to […]
Want To Digitally Transform Your Business? Let The Games Begin
Digital transformation brings new rules, skills and strategy. For businesses striving to keep up with the competition, new research from Vlerick Business School suggests gamesmanship can help.
SMEs That Invest In ESG Initiatives Are More Resilient
To encourage SMEs to engage sustainable practices it is important owners understand not only how ESG practices benefit society, but how they can benefit too
Who Should Investors Trust More – The Founder Or The Hired CEO?
New research has discovered that founding CEOs over-exaggerate by only 15% in forecasts to investors, whereas non-founder CEOs aver-exaggerate by as much as 27%
Do Massive CEO Pay-Outs Do More Harm Than Good?
Do large financial incentives help to boost company profits and performance? Given the sums of money involved you would think so, however research from Vlerick Business School shows that offering such financial incentives for CEOs actually has the opposite desired effect in the long-term.