Prof. Michel Allé
Prof. Michel Allé
I have been teaching in Vietnam for 23 years in the
Solvay programs and particularly the MBA. I have
been personally the witness of the changes in the
country economy and society and in the evolution of
the expertise and ambitions of the young promising
Vietnamese managers. Today they are very open to
the world, aware of the enhancements of the country
and of the challenges to come in the future.
Our role at Solvay Vietnam is to further provide to our
students very high quality up-to- date management
education and to bring the most recent evolutions in
management thinking and practice. In each of our
course our goal is also to develop the soft skills of all
our students from presentation to negotiation and
motivation of the teams and colleagues.
Each teacher of our international Faculty is highly
motivated and demanding towards himself or herself
to be each time better. They are also committed to
motivate each student to let them express their
potential and prove that they can also be very
demanding towards herself or himself.
I hope that we will make the Solvay Vietnam MBA
Visit the Most Stunning Hiking Routes
So they all lay upon the ground except the Scarecrow, and he stood up and stretched out his arms. And when the crows saw him they were frightened, as these birds always are by scarecrows, and did not dare to come any nearer. But the King Crow said:
"It is only a stuffed man. I will peck his eyes out."
The Most Beautiful Places in Germany
I do not mean that the adult Martians are unnecessarily or intentionally cruel to the young, but theirs is a hard and pitiless struggle for existence upon a dying planet, the natural resources of which have dwindled to a point where the support of each additional life means an added tax upon the community into which it is thrown.
The Wild Waters of Southern Bavaria in Germany
There is, one knows not what sweet mystery about this sea, whose gently awful stirrings seem to speak of some hidden soul beneath; like those fabled undulations of the Ephesian sod over the buried Evangelist St. John.