On July 19th, 2017, National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) and Malik Management Center organized the training course “Training of systematic thinking and application of advanced Malik management system into leadership, management”.
Presented in the opening of the training course were: from Malik side, Professor Fredmund Malik, Chairman of Malik Management Center and Malik experts, from NAPA side: Dr. Dang Xuan Hoan, NAPA President and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Luu Kiem Thanh, NAPA Vice President; from ministries: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Thanh, Vice Minister of Public Security and participants from other ministries, universities, banks, corporations.
On behalf of NAPA leaders, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Luu Kiem Thanh delivered an opening speech and emphasized that international and regional integration and strong development of science and technology bring countries around the world many opportunities as well as challenges. Changes are increasingly complex and unexpected. To ensure the sustainable prosperity of a country, leader need to equip themselves with new approach and new method of systematic thinking. He hoped that participants will actively exchange ideas with professionals of Malik Management Center in order to effectively obtain knowledge, method as well as tools of systematic management for development of management capacity in each organization. During the training course, Malik Management Center’s professionals introduced many topics including Fundamentals of Systematic Thinking Science and Methodology of Systems Thinking Science, Malik Advanced Management System, Malik management tools and practical application. Moreover, course participants were also introduced Malik program applied at an organization as an example of effectively applying tools and methods in Systematic Thinking Science.
The training course is based on the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between NAPA and Malik Management Center. The two institutions successfully co-organized some seminars, especially “Strategic management of sustainable development goals from systemic and cybernetics thinking approach – Implications for Vietnam” on March 18th 2016.