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A core of full-time academic faculty, employed by AMS or shared with the University of Antwerp, form the backbone of the AMS faculty community. In addition, a large number of academics from other universities worldwide and practitioners from business life teach part-time at the School. With their specific expertise and professional experience they provide complete, practice-oriented and scientifically up-to-date management insights. Together they provide a top-quality learning experience for all our participants.
As an excellent management school, we want to remain at the forefront of business innovation and transformation. Thanks to our extensive research team, we stay on top of business science, management and organization. We do this by both creating new knowledge through research and bringing about effective changes together with partners. Thus, our ambition is clear: "Opening minds to impact the world". We do this based on three core values: a global mindset, societal awareness and critical reflection.
The whitepaper addresses the following two research questions:1. When is a return-to-work considered successful, and what can we learn from this for the prevention of absenteeism in general?2. What can a manager do to reduce absenteeism and ensure the health and well-being of employees?In collaboration with partners bpost, Mensura, and B-Tonic (a subsidiary of Baloise)
The white paper is in Dutch.
Paper nr. 7. Value creation is the primary aim of any organization and is inherent to sustainable development. In 2020, ABIS - The Academy of Business in Society and Antwerp Management School jointly organized the Value Creation Roundtable as an exchange of knowledge, competences or ideas on sustainable transformation and positive impact amongst important sustainability actors.
In this paper different concepts of value are defined: Stakeholder value, Blended value, Sustainable value, Shared value, and Integrated value. The paper also zooms in on the methodologies that can be used to create value, for example, the Sustainable Development Goals.
Today, the role of Human Resource Management (HRM) is ensuring human sustainability at the workplace. We must amplify purpose through dynamic leadership, managing complexity, and common good actions. HRM and leadership drive organizational sustainability for societal development.
Can HR lead sustainability transformation?
In this white paper, we look at what impact individuals themselves can have on their careers, whether they regret certain things and what effect a sudden event can have on careers.
In collaboration with House of HR.
In the second white paper, we look at careers from different perspectives on career success and find out what career goals the respondents are pursuing.
The SDG Barometer 2022 is a follow-up study of the SDG Barometer 2018 en 2020, containing insights on the engagement of organizations with the Sustainable Development Goals.
Widespread societal and economic transformation will be needed to reach a sustainable future. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) reflect very well on the global challenges we face. But for many businesses, the SDGs are a topic of discussion rather than a strategic element.
In this white paper Prof. Dr Wayne Visser and Jan Beyne talk about a sustainable strategy needed for businesses to survive.
This white paper is the first of three in the series. With this series, we want to unravel careers in Belgium and the Netherlands and give expression to the different career stories of employees.
Do you want to learn more about the framework in which we can understand careers today? Then dive in our white paper.
This white paper is also available in Dutch.
How to ensure sustainable employment of your current employees?
Simply investing in recruitment is useless if there is no good foundation to build upon. With Welt, Voka and Antwerp Management School work together with companies to create 'Endless Careers for All Talent' (Welt).
Want to know more about the pillars of Voka Welt? Then dive into our white paper (in Dutch).
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