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Organisation

Area People & Organisation

Main organisation:Vlerick Business School
Lifecycle:1 Jan 1953 →  Today
Organisation profile:
Vlerick Business School is an academic business school, striving for rigorous and relevant research with a positive impact. We are engaged in both fundamental academic research and research for business and society. 
In particular, in the Area People & Organisation research is carried out within knowledge domains such as Career management, International human resource management, Learning & development, Strategic human resource management, Change management, Coaching, Decision-making, Emotional intelligence, Leadership, Negotiation, Creativity, Individual differences and Teamwork. 
Moreover, in our research centres "Centre for Excellence in Strategic Talent Management", "Centre for Excellence in Leading Adaptive Organisations" and the "Centre for People in the Smart Digitised Supply Chain" within the Area People & Organisation academic research and applied research come together. Through partnerships and memberships with companies and organisations, our centres keep a finger on the pulse of business and societal challenges.
Keywords:Career management, International human resource management, Learning & development, Strategic human resource management, Change management, Coaching, Decision-making, Leadership, Emotional intelligence, Negotiation, Creativity, Individual differences, Teamwork
Disciplines:Applied economics, Personnel economics, Innovation, research and development, technological change, intellectual property rights, Business management, Human resource management, Innovation and technology management, Organisation and management theory, Organisational management, Management information systems, International management, Cultural management, Business information management, Project management, Production and service management, Quality management, Strategic management, Work and organisational psychology, Artificial intelligence, Knowledge representation and machine learning, Engineering psychology, Applied psychology