CKGSB & Darden will hold a symposium in Washington DC, marking the tenth anniversary of their partnership, to explore the impact of foreign policies and presidential politics. CKGSB Professor Teng Bingsheng will speak alongside Congresswoman Grace Meng at the event, at which 50 high-level Chinese executives will attend.
Chairman of Hang Lung Properties Limited and Executive Committee Chairman of the Better Hong Kong Foundation (BHKF) Delegation, Ronnie C. Chan, will be the featured speaker at this special CKGSB Knowledge Series breakfast event. Other BHKF Delegation members will also be in attendance.
Join CKGSB Professor Teng Bingsheng, for a special webinar exploring the state of family enterprise in China, and the challenges and opportunities that they face in an ever more modern China, a central part of the Global Emerging Leaders in Family Enterprise (GEL) program, co-hosted by CKGSB and Cornell University.
With accurate, independent data increasingly hard to come by in today’s China, join CKGSB Professor Li Wei as he introduces for the first time in Europe his unique Business Confidence Index (BCI), which measures the business sentiment of Chinese executives about China’s macro-economic environment. He will also join a panel of experts to discuss the implications for businesses in Europe.
Join Cornell Professor Allan Filipowicz, teacher of several classes in CKGSB’s GEL Program for family enterprises, to explore a multi-level approach to the question of leading innovation. This info session at CKGSB’s New York office will examine how research on leadership and organizational effectiveness informs (and even solves) specific problems raised by the challenges of innovation.
Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Finance and Associate Dean for the MBA Program at CKGSB Li Haitao will share his insights and host a special networking session with CKGSB students and alumni in New York.
CKGSB hosts three exclusive sessions at this year’s Asian Leadership Conference, Korea’s premier international conference. Renowned industry experts will discuss some of the latest China-related issues, including O2O (Online-to-Offline), online content and the film industry.
Columbia Business School’s David Rogers will discuss cases of particular note from China, ranging from new digital-era Chinese businesses, to longer-established Chinese firms to state-run enterprises at this special Knowledge Series event in New York City.
Hot on the heels of the inaugural China CSR Awards, the event CSR in China: Why To Do It & How To Do It Well, will bring together some of the most knowledgeable CSR practitioners – from both MNCs and Chinese companies – to discuss the benefits of CSR, reveal how best to measure the effects of a CSR strategy, explore ways to promote CSR initiatives and much more besides.
Join experts from both CKGSB and Cornell for an in-depth discussion of the challenges facing family enterprises in the US and China. A panel of next generation family business leaders will also be on hand to share their insights.
Find out which Chinese firms currently rank as among the most valuable by brand worth, and learn about the latest global marketing trends and best practices
Want to keep up with the latest developments in China’s economy, capital markets, and O2O trends? Join CKGSB & Fast Campus on Saturday March 19 in Seoul for an enlightening morning on the newest insights around China’s ever-changing economy. The lecture will feature CKGSB’s Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Finance, Prof. LI Haitao.