A life made of values and projects - by Luc Gruson[Proceedings] by Luc Gruson


Luc Gruson is Assistant CEO in the National City of the Immigration History.

Mr Gruson is the director of an unconventional institution, which plays a peculiar role in the French cultural landscape. From studying at HEC to managing the CNHI, his professional career was built on various projects and opportunities through which he has always questioned his relationship with others. During this conference, Mr Gruson presents his career in order to show that it is possible to build on passions and values.

Quote article  Luc Gruson, « A life made of values and projects - by Luc Gruson », 10 december 2009, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Proceedings]

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