Kurt Verweire is a specialist in helping companies to formulate and implement winning business strategies. He has developed great frameworks that give people sharp insights how to boost performance with a clear winning strategy.Kurt has obtained his PhD at Erasmus University Rotterdam in 1999 and he is now a Strategy Professor and Partner at Vlerick Business School. Kurt has a lot of teaching experience, both with MBA students and with executives. He has done work for BNP Paribas Fortis, Rabobank, Belfius Bank and Belfius Insurance, KPMG, Deloitte, Orangina Schweppes, Aliaxis, AGC Europe and many other companies.
During the last years, Kurt has mainly worked on the topic of strategy implementation and has developed interesting frameworks and case studies on this topic.
Kurt is an enthusiastic Strategy Professor who knows how to translate theoretical concepts into practically relevant insights. One of his major strengths is that he works together with many companies and is close to business practice.
Kurt Verweire is a specialist in helping companies to formulate and implement winning business strategies. He has developed great frameworks that give people sharp insights how to boost performance with a clear winning strategy.
Kurt Verweire obtained his PhD at Erasmus University Rotterdam in 1999. He is Associate Professor Strategic Management and Partner at Vlerick Business School. He is also Programme Director of the MBA-FSI programme, a general management programme that is entirely focused on the financial services industry.
His research interests include formulating and implementing winning business strategies, performance management and change management, and corporate strategy. Current research projects address how firms have to position themselves in the market, and how to create alignment and commitment within the organisation. Many of his research projects deal with financial services organisations.
Job Title : Associate Professor of Strategy
Financial Services Management
Strategy and Change
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