• E-Business in België: We have only just begun, but the best is yet to come

      Schillewaert, Niels; Muylle, Steve; Edlund, Marianne (2001)
    • E-business in Flanders: Where is the beef?

      Basu, Amit; Muylle, Steve (2009)
    • E-Business Strategy Proposal for LeasePlan International

      Muylle, Steve; De Schryver, Veerle (2002)
    • E-business strategy: How companies are shaping their manufacturing and supply chain through the internet. A review and outlook

      Vereecke, Ann; Kalchschmidt, Matteo (2016)
      The original paper investigated, on a large sample of manufacturing firms, the adoption of Internet-based tools to support supply chain processes. Four strategies are identified, according to the level of adoption of e-commerce, e-procurement and e-operations. The four strategies are subsequently analysed according to contingent factors and supply chain integration mechanisms. Results show a clear relationship between the use of Internet-based tools and the adoption of integration mechanisms. The commentary shows that the paper has been widely cited in both operations, supply chain and ICT literature, recognizing its seminal contribution to the analysis of the impact of Internet technologies on supply chain processes, their relations with supply chain integration and their impact on performance. The research directions suggested in the original papers are discussed analyzing the subsequent literature, including the replication studies performed by the original authors. The importance of investigating emerging topics, as well as observing their evolution over time, is highlighted.
    • e-Business trends

      Goedertier, Frank (2002)
    • E-commerce: Is it about online selling or just selling?

      Schillewaert, Niels; Van Belleghem, Steven (2004)
    • E-Finance et législation / E-finance en de wetgeving

      Hauwaert, L.; Deladrière, A.; Bisciari, Raphaël; De Vleeshouwer, B.; Demortier, Gérald; Muylle, Steve; Levie, B.; Tempels, M. (Banking Review, 2001)
    • e-HR in Belgium: an overview

      Brysse, Isabel; Buyens, Dirk; Van Bree, Jan; Christiaens, Jurgen (2005)
    • E-HR: geen stilgevallen hype maar duurzame ontwikkeling

      Buyens, Dirk; Brysse, Isabel; Van Bree, Jan (2003)
    • E-HRM in kaart

      Buyens, Dirk; Brysse, Isabel; Van Bree, Jan (2003)
      E-HRM maakt opgang. Dat blijkt uit de talloze seminaries en tijdschriftartikels die aan e-HRM besteed worden. Tijd voor een stand van zaken vond het HRM Centre van de Vlerick Leuven Gent Management school. Zij onderzochten in welke mate de grootste Belgische bedrijven gebruik maken van e-HRM. De resultaten, voorzien van een grondige commentaar, kan u in dit themaboek lezen. U vindt een diepgaande bespreking van zowel de literatuur over e-HRM als van een aantal praktijkgevallen. Achtereenvolgens komen Personeelsinformatiesystemen, e-rekrutering, e-selectie, e-learning, e-communicatie en e-compententiemanagement aan bod. Per onderwerp worden de voordelen en de nadelen besproken die de bedrijven ondervonden. Als u zelf denkt aan het invoeren van e-HRM, kan u zich dus laten leiden door hun ervaring. U kan leren van hun fouten en hun successen ontdekken.
    • E-Procurement: Status Questionis in België

      Muylle, Steve; Roodhooft, Filip (2002)
    • E-zines silence the brand detractors

      Briers, Barbara; Dewitte, Siegfried; Van Den Bergh, J. (Journal of Advertising Research, 2006)
      In this article we investigated whether a company's recommendation factor can be increased by opt-in e-zines. A sample of 817 railway travelers was interviewed on the train. Using Reichheld's (2001) recommendation index, respondents were categorized as brand detractors, passively satisfied customers, or brand promoters. Respondents giving permission (n = 555) received either none or three e-zines in a period of six weeks. Post-measurement results (n = 221) showed that the proportion of detractors was significantly lower among respondents who received the newsletters compared to those who received no e-zines. Personalization to the receivers' lifestyle, however, had a negative effect on recommendation. We conclude with managerial implications and suggestions for future research.
    • EA 2.0 and the new enterprise architect

      Cumps, Bjorn; Bille, Wesley (2014)
    • Eandis: Financing the rollout of smart meters in a regulated environment

      Roodhooft, Filip; Momber, Ilan; Meeus, Leonardo; Hadush, Samson Yemane (2019)
      n 2014, Eandis System Operator CVBA (Eandis), a low- and medium-voltage power distribution system operator (DSO) in Belgium, had an ambitious plan for investing in a smart metering infrastructure, but the regulatory context was uncertain. The company had been operating in a regulated monopoly characterized by a cost-plus pricing regime. The regime allowed the company to recover its costs through the tariffs it charged grid users for access to the electricity distribution network. In recent years, the regime had motivated the company to invest in infrastructure; however, the cost-plus regime was about to be replaced by a new type of regulation based on incentives and the DSO's performance. Under the new regulation, DSOs could propose investments to the regulator, who then approved the investments based on a cost-benefit analysis. In this context, Eandis must decide whether to continue with its plan to invest in smart metering and, if so, how to structure the investment to appeal to the equity investors.
    • Early alzheimer disease round table project: Preparedness of the Belgian health system

      Van Dyck, Walter; Vandenberghe, Rik; Salmon, Eric; Hanseeuw, Bernard; De Lepeleire, Jan; Govaerts, Laurenz (2022)
      Disease modifying therapies (DMT) in the field of Alzheimer’s disease becoming accessible will require a transformation of Belgian health care practice. Early diagnosis is a crucial first step for these therapies as the maximal benefit outcome is expected if treatment is started as early as possible. This health policy-preparing paper resulting from a Belgian Early AD Round Table, complemented by an anonymized memory clinics survey and a computer simulation, was geared to investigate the Belgian healthcare system infrastructural preparedness to receive a DMT in the field of Alzheimer disease, which represents a high unmet clinical and societal need. Key summary recommendations include; • Conducting an awareness campaign towards the broader public as of a DMT becoming available; • Increasing GP awareness of implementation guidelines of the early-AD care and diagnostic pathway stressing multi-professional collaboration on diagnostic strategies; • To expedite patient diagnosis and treatment by considering reimbursement of CSF analysis, regardless of their use in symptomatic treatment or –even more so– DMT-available contexts; • CSF analysis cost-effectiveness is shown to require transversal budget impact analysis considering societal costs; • In the long run, to redesign the Belgian Memory Clinics Convention to act as the guardian of a national uniform quality AD health service offering; • To organically grow the present memory clinic-based loco-regional approach to AD treatment, which would result into a higher number of memory clinics acting upon a revised DMT-based health service offering; • To invest cost-effectively in the competence and skills of the informal caregiver; • To set up industry-independent societally funded national AD & dementia registries characterized as care registries and diagnosis/syndrome-specific quality of care registries. Please also consult the recommendations following the public presentation of these study results under Chapter 7 – Conclusions and Recommendations.
    • Earned value forecast accuracy and activity criticality

      Vanhoucke, Mario; Vandevoorde, Stephan (The Measurable News, 2008)
    • Earnings Management and Debt

      Sercu, Piet; Vander Bauwhede, Heidi; Willekens, Marleen (2006)