AMS and NSX working together toward future proof digital transformation
Developing and disseminating top-notch knowledge and positively impacting organizations and society. That is what AMS and NSX are all about. AMS realizes this ambition through management education underpinned by state-of-the-art research. NSX, a UAntwerp spin-off, does so through research into, and valorization of, the innovative Normalized Systems technology. Both organizations are committed to step up their cooperation in the fields of Business & IT and digital transformation. A win-win for both parties and especially for the industry.
Belgian companies take action in the transition to a circular and well-being economy
In these disruptive times, we need companies leading the way to a better post-COVID-19 world. That is why the AMS Sustainable Transformation Groups (ST Groups), launched two charters pooling companies working toward a circular economy and a well-being economy. On March 24, the founding companies signed the Circular Economy Commitment and/or the Good Work Goals charters during an online event and urged other companies to follow their lead.
Professor Jamie Anderson coauthor of the 2021 Overall Winning Case ‘The Dollar Shave Club’
The Case Centre Awards are an annual celebration of excellence in case writing and teaching at schools of business, management and government worldwide. Professor Jamie Anderson of Antwerp Management School has won the Overall Winning Case.
5 more years of high quality accreditation for the Faculty of Business and Economics of UAntwerp and AMS
We are so proud to announce that both Antwerp Management School and the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Antwerp extend their business accreditation by AACSB International for another 5 years.
Business schools on the barricades for sustainability
The Chair in Management Education for Sustainability at Antwerp Management School and Breda University of Applied Sciences was officially launched on December 15th 2020. Business schools need to go to the barricades, pressing for effective sustainability solutions. Now is the time for realism, Dr. Lars Moratis and Dr. Frans Melissen, holders of the Chair in Management Education for Sustainability, argue.