As part of commitment to the corporate development in Vietnam, the MBA-MCI program kindly introduces the first activity in People Development events:


Optimizing the effectiveness of HRM by Organizational Psychology

The consulting cafe provides modern managers updated information regarding challenges of managing people at global integration context. Participants will be also shared and equipped with tools and tips of applying Organizational Psychology in HRM.

Join us for networking, sharing experience and getting more knowledge about HRM from our expert – Prof. Dr. Guy Ochsenbein –  and other attendees.

Event details:

Optimizing the effectiveness of HRM by Organizational Psychology

Guest speaker: Prof. Dr. Guy Ochsenbein

Time:    9.00 – 11.00, Thursday 26th November 2015

Venue: Room 409, A4 Building, HCMC University of Technology, 268 Ly Thuong Kiet, Ward 14, District 10

Free entrance with register in advance (by 25th November 2015)

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Contact us:
MBA-MCI Vietnam
Room 306, A4 Building, HCMC University of Technology
268 Ly Thuong Kiet, Ward 14, District 10, HCMC
Phone: 08 38654 183 – 0985 204 782 (Ms. Hạnh)
Prof. Dr. Guy Ochsenbein
·         Head of the Institute for Human Resource Management and Organization (PMO)  and member of the Managing Board  –  School of Business – FHNW
·         Director of TASK Consultants /Switzerland, Project Leader at the Swiss National Fund for Sciences
·         German Agency for Technical Cooperation Ltd
·         Manager Human Resources Development at the Department of Human Resources of Canton Fribourg
·         Senior Advisor at the Department of Finance of Fribourg
·         More than 30 years’ experience in consulting and training assignments in HRM
·         Numerous research activities in HRM and editor of the Swiss HRM Yearbook
·         Lecturer in Human Resource Consulting
·         PhD in Psychology (social and organizational) in University of Berne, Switzerland
·         Specialised areas: Business Psychology,  Development of International Human Resources Strategy, Performance management,  Leadership, Personnel Psychology, Coaching, and Change Management