Presentation of Prof. Dr. Fredmund Malik, Chairman of Malik Management Institute of Switzerland at PPA
Major General, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dang Xuan Khang - Vice President of PPA and Prof. Dr. Fredmund Malik at the meeting

Major General, Prof. Dr. Ho Trong Ngu - Vice President of PPA also attended the presentation together with the representatives of Police training institutions in the North Vietnam, some units of Ministry of Public Security and leaders of PPA units as well as nearly 400 other participants who are studying advanced leaders training courses and bachelor at the Academy.

Prof. Dr. Malik is known as the professor for General Corporate Management, Governance and Leadership at the universities of St. Gallen, Innsbruck and Vienna. From 1979 to 1984, he was Director of the Institute for Business Administration of the University of St. Gallen and was also named Chairman of the Management Center St. Gallen. Since 1977, he has been Special and Honorary Professor of the Capital University of Economics and Business (CUEB) in Beijing, IMAU and the Jilin University in China. Malik is chairman and member of several governance and supervisory boards.


Professor Doctor Malik presented at the PPA

In 1984, he also founded the renowned Malik Institute in St. Gallen that has shaped generations of executives and top executives. With its international subsidiaries and global partner networks, the institute has been among the leading knowledge organizations for General Management ever since.

Prof. Dr. Fredmund Malik is known as the pioneer of the state-of-the-art holistic systems-based management. His revolutionary navigation and management systems ensure effective and efficient function of organizations. The Malik Management Systems support top executives in mastering the big challenges of “The Great Transformation”. His innovative methods and tools apply where conventional management reaches its limits. They strengthen the range and effectiveness of institutional leadership as well as the manageability and viability of organizations.

Professor Fredmund Malik is the author of more than 15 books, many of them award-winning bestsellers, and some 300 publications. His classic Managing Performing Living was selected by a US-German jury amongst the best 100 business books of all time.

Professor Fredmund Malik is one of the close friends of Senior Lieutenant General, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Thanh - Vice Minister of Public Security since he was the Chairman of Hai Phong City. With the efforts of the two leaders, Malik Management Institute and Hai Phong City People’s Committee has successfully implemented the project “Using systems archetypes to make Hai Phong City become a world first model for sustainable development”.


Major General, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dang Xuan Khang - Vice President of PPA

 delivered a welcome speech at the presentation

During his presentation at PPA, Professor Fredmund Malik introduced about the systems thinking, the elements and models for effective management for each person and organization. Especially, he introduced ‘syntegration’ and ‘cybernetic’ and Malik management tools which can be applied to innovate and improve the effectiveness of organizations as well as to apply to solve the challenges of Ministries and the country.

During his presentation, Professor Fredmund Malik also shared the draft of cooperation plan between Malik Management Institute and the PPA to enhance the effectiveness and become a national key training institute of Vietnam in the future.


Delegates took the memorial photo

The presentation of Professor Fredmund Malik was appreciated by the participants. On behalf of the Board of Director of PPA and all participants, Major General, Assoc.Prof.Dr Dang Xuan Khang expressed the sincere thanks to Professor Fredmund Malik and his team for their coming and sharing new and valuable knowledge. He wished Professor Fredmund Malik good heath, success and hoped the cooperation between Malik Management Institute and Ministry of Public Security in general, the PPA in particular would be more developed in the future.

Nguyen Van - ICD

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