MSM MBA Coffee Talk #28 GREEN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT A Critcal Trend for Business Success 10 May 2019 On May 8th 2019, MSM MBA held the Coffee Talk #29 with the topic “GREEN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT – A Critical Trend for Business Success” to provide the attendees with the information regarding the important changes in the relation between Green human
MSM MBA (Maastricht MBA) is a collaboration program between Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT) and Maastricht School of Management, Netherlands. Our program was established in 1998, right the time the country is in need of a generation of smart executives with good management knowledge. It is the honor for me as the current Program Director and the whole
On the 22nd of November 2018, the MSM MBA 20th Anniversary & Graduation Ceremony was successfully held at Sofitel Plaza Hotel, Le Duan Dist. 1 HCMC. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vũ Hải Quân, Vice President, Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City; Mr. Carel Richter, Consul General, Netherlands Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City; Assoc.
The Executive MBA in Healthcare Management provides you with an in-depth understanding of international healthcare. At MSM MBA Program Vietnam, you will acquire insights into healthcare policy, future trends and the impact of these trends on healthcare delivery. The program addresses healthcare quality management with an emphasis on patient-centered care. You will learn how to
In recent years, MSM MBA Program has applied MyFinanceLab as a studying platform for the course of Finance for Managers. Being an application software which enables a direct interaction between learners and a wide range of materials and assignments, MyFinanceLab helps MSM MBA students to deepen their understandings of what they have learned and then
Recently Dr. Stephanie Jones, Professor of Organizational Behavior at MSM, published a paper co-authored with Rafael Masters (MSM-MBA Intake 18) on a case study of entrepreneurship in Vietnam “Opening up to International Investment and Diversification”. Channel NewsAsia was fascinated by the argument they made in the paper that Ho Chi Minh City is poised to become the Silicon