2017 has been an accelerating year for the formerly named Competence Center Corporate Responsibility. We have rebranded as the Sustainable Transformation Lab with the establishment of a Chair in Sustainable Transformation, supported by BASF, The Port of Antwerp and Randstad.
PRME Business schools and universities from France, Belgium and The Netherlands announce the emerging of a France/Benelux PRME chapter
Antwerp: The 9th & 10th of November, over 40 deans and representatives of Benelux and France business schools, universities and their stakeholders, gathered at Antwerp Management School and endorsed the creation of an emerging France/Benelux PRME chapter. This Chapter will focus upon furthering sustainability within the educational sector through collaborative initiatives and sharing best practices.
Every two years, Antwerp Management School (AMS) awards an exceptional and inspiring person who has a lasting impact on our society with the Global Citizen Award. On November 16, 2017, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker had the honor.
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.