New Insights for Soft Skills Development in Vietnamese Business Schools : Defining Essential Soft Skills for Maximizing Graduates ’ Career Success

@inproceedings{Truong2016NewIF,
  title={New Insights for Soft Skills Development in Vietnamese Business Schools : Defining Essential Soft Skills for Maximizing Graduates ’ Career Success},
  author={Hang T. T. Truong and Ronald S. Laura and Kylie Shaw},
  year={2016}
}
Within Vietnam's system of higher education, its schools of business play a vital role in supporting the country’s economic objectives. However, the crucial contribution of soft skills for maximal success within the business sector has to date not been adequately recognized by its business schools. This being so, the development of the business school curriculum in Vietnam has not been able to 'catch up', so to say, with the burgeoning need of students for a comprehensive soft skills program… CONTINUE READING

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