Convert your commute time into work time? It is now possible with Office on Wheels, a service that allows office workers to complete their commute in a bus set up as an office. Initiators BAAV and the Smart Mobility Expertise Center, of Antwerp Management School, have examined the concept, tested it in practice, and have … Continued
On May 15th 2017, the Financial Times (FT) published their annual Executive Education ranking. This was the first time Antwerp Management School (AMS) appeared in the rankings. The school is now able to count itself in the top 85 executive education establishments worldwide.
NNOF and Care (both Vebego Holding firms) are together becoming an Antwerp Management School Knowledge Partner. They are linking up with AMS’ Next Generation Work Expertise Center, which focuses principally on researching and developing a sustainable view of human resource management, work, careers and organizations.
On May 5, 2017, B2Bike, a bicycle company for businesses in Antwerp, launched its Bike2Go travel solution. The launch took place at Antwerp Management School (AMS), situated close to the Noorderlijn road and tram project in the heart of the city. Using Bike2Go, a compact kit of two electric bicycles with GPS, AMS staff can … Continued
Antwerp Management School’s Board of Directors (on March 27, 2017) and its General Council (on April 25) have unanimously agreed to renew the tenure of its Dean, Prof. Dr. Paul Matthyssens, for a second term, expressing confidence in his policies.
On Wednesday, April 26th, Antwerp Management School (AMS) and the Flemish Minister for Employment, the Economy, Innovation and Sport, Philippe Muyters, signed a new agreement. This 6-year agreement covers the period 2017 – 2022, during which time Antwerp Management School will receive annual funding to support academic research.
Antwerp Management School and the Knowledge Community Family Business have developed a unique online valuation tool in collaboration with UNIZO and with the support of the Agency of Innovation and Entrepreneurship: a simulator to determine the value of your company.
Belgian transport companies lose an average of 335 hours per lorry each year as a result of trucks being stuck in traffic jams. This congestion often occurs at well-known points along the road network but also builds up in queues at freight forwarders, receivers or terminals. With an economic value of 50 euros per hour, this represents a total loss of 16,750 euros per lorry each year. It comes as no surprise then that the sector is diligently searching for a solution. A study by the Smart Mobility Expertise Center shows that a communal trailer parking lot would save many lost hours.
Recent data shows that every two days, a child dies in a traffic accident involving a lorry & on average, Flanders has 120 speeding-related deaths on its roads every year. Meanwhile, it is perfectly possible to equip vehicles with software that sends freight transport along sustainable routes and which controls speed. The vital component for both of these measures is already available: the Flemish Traffic Sign Database.
In view of his expertise, VITO invited Omar Mohout as chairman of the valorisation board. The general management of Sirris approved this proposal. Following this approval, the formal appointment took place on 6 March, at VITO, during the March meeting of the valorisation board.
What else? Yesterday, Jamie Anderson and his colleagues won the Strategy and General Management category at the ‘Case Centre Awards and Competitions 2017’. The Centre granted him the award for having written the most commonly-used case in current business education.
On Friday, February 18, Dean Paul Matthyssens launched a brand-new Alumni Chapter at the Belgian Embassy in Jakarta in presence of alumni and top managers.
The ninth Eduniversal World Convention held in Perth, Australia, brought together 250 representatives from the world’s best business schools including Harvard Business School, London Business School, Copenhagen Business School, Melbourne Business School and Fudan University School of Management, Antwerp Management School and many more.
As of February 2017, Antwerp will become a Low Emission Zone. Please be aware that Antwerp Management School is located within the Low Emission Zone.
AMS is making its global mission very explicit. For many years, Antwerp Management School has maintained good relations with China and has also organized many activities there. Several such activities are scheduled for this week. Right now, we are part of a trade mission with Seoul and Shanghai between the 10th and 17th of December. Together with … Continued
In 2018 Antwerp Management School is moving to the Boogkeerssite at Mechelseplein. On Thursday December 1, the first stone was laid for the new building.
AMS en BPACT engageren zich vanaf nu samen expliciet tot praktijkgericht relevant onderzoek met wetenschappelijke aanpak en inzichten.
Is your company ready to recruit employees with intellectual disabilities?
Antwerp Management School and HR service provider SD Worx have agreed to renew their partnership. Five years ago they jointly established the ‘Next Generation Work: Creating Sustainable Careers’ chair. Their aim: to map out the career policies of organizations and formulate recommendations to prepare both employers and employees for tomorrow’s job market.
Our new students have arrived! September 12th, 2016 our brand new students for the Full-time Masters program officially began their adventure, in the form of “Onboarding Days”. In this interactive three-day session, they become closely acquainted with the school and our values, and experience for themselves what those values mean.
On Friday, August 12, AMS and its construction team held a neighborhood get-together for businesses and residents of the Mechelseplein, where buildings in the Boogkeers area are currently being renovated for AMS’ relocation in 2018. “The new location makes it necessary to make use of the surrounding facilities, but the way in which Antwerp Management School builds sustainable relationships with the neighborhood is definitely unique”, says Frédéric Van Steene of HUB architects.
September 12, 2016, the Financial Times published its 2016 rankings of Master in Management programs. Antwerp Management School finds itself again on an upward path, with its Master in Management program climbing from 34th to 29th place in the global rankings while retaining its number 1 position in Belgium. The Financial Times ranking is considered the most representative and valued ranking project in the sector of international management education.
Alain Beyens has been appointed as the new Chairman of Antwerp Management School (AMS), succeeding Christian Leysen. Leysen held this role for 12 years.
No results were found