HEC Graduate in Solidarity Works - by Michel Tardieu[Proceedings] by Michel Tardieu


Michel Tardieu (HEC Paris 1966), a consultant for development NGOs like CCFD.

In this seminar, Michel Tardieu tells about his career and the satisfaction he got from working for associations that benefited from his previous corporate experience. He therefore tells about the specific management in associations.

Quote article  Michel Tardieu, « HEC Graduate in Solidarity Works - by Michel Tardieu », 24 march 2008, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Proceedings]

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