TV shows like De Collega’s and Het Eiland were among the first to bear the happy tidings: the leadership we’ve grown to know and expect for decades on end, is no longer. Those who still try to play the authoritarian leader, get benched before they know it. Instead, we’re getting an authentic and shared leadership.
On Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, the Financial Times published its “2017 Masters in Management Rankings.” Coming top in Belgium, second place in the Benelux region and number 30 internationally, Antwerp Management School maintains its strong position.
At Disruptival in Ostend yesterday, around 100 attendees got a glimpse of the future. Knowledge centers demonstrated the newest technologies and gave visitors a taste of the impact of the newest developments and the opportunities for their companies.
The city poem ‘een minimum’, written by Ramsey Nasr and since 2005 displayed on the façade of the former OCMW building at Mechelseplein square, had disappeared for about a year, as the building is currently undergoing a change of use to become the beautiful new home of Antwerp Management School (AMS) as of August 27, 2018. This caused quite a stir.
Since September 2016, Antwerp Management School has been busy rebuilding the former CPA buildings on the Mechelseplein. The right-hand section, at Lange-Gasthuisstraat, is being kept in its original form. The left-hand section is being newly built and the architecture will echo the rhythm of the adjacent historic building. The new building will reflect AMS’s open-house philosophy.