Lecturer, Maastricht School of Management
As an enthusiastic, adaptive and fast-learning person with an acute interest in the discovery of new teaching method, I particularly enjoy collaborating with scholars from different disciplines to explore education issues, develop new skills and pedagogy models to address new challenges.
How can each individual solve Europe’s problems?
As a consultant, Duc Hoang often asks a lot of questions to understand more about his clients’ situation and then he finds the answers from their own responses. At the age of 25, he experienced a quarter-life crisis (the period of life ranging from twenties to thirties). He felt stressful, doubtful about his life and his future. Then, a monk asked him to ask himself a lot of questions and luckily this helped him survive his personal crisis.
In 2017, Europe will be 25 years old, the same age when Duc had his quarter-life crisis, and it is also going through a crisis. Therefore, he would like to invite the PechaKucha audience to try and act like a consultant, and ask all European citizens the same question: What is the meaning of that number?
Learning is growing
BY DUC HOANG
@ MSM GOES PECHAKUCHA
ON MAR 17, 2017
Learning is the best way for us to grow, says Duc. We can learn anywhere and anytime, whether as individuals, a team or an organization. We learn to work and we work to learn.
As an enthusiastic, adaptive and fast-learning person with an acute interest in the discovery of new teaching methods, Duc Hoang particularly enjoys collaborating with scholars from different disciplines to explore education issues, develop new skills and teaching models to address new challenges.