You are invited to download the December issue of CKGSB Magazine. You’ll enjoy articles and interviews like:
- 3D printing: Prophets of doom say 3D printing will overturn manufacturing in China. They’re both right and wrong.
- All in the Genes: In just about 14 years of its existence, BGI-Shenzhen has become the world’s largest gene sequencer How did it become so prominent?
- Lightning in a Bubble: How transformative will the Shanghai free trade zone (Shanghai-FTZ) prove to be?
- Screening for Gold: What are foreign production companies up against in the race to win the world’s second-largest movie market?
- Revved Retail: Fast fashion in China has been claiming consumers in vast numbers for years. Has it reached its peak?
- Black, White and E-Read all Over: E-books are the future of publishing. Is China blazing a trail or dragging its feet?
- iWho? Rivals race ahead of Apple in China’s smartphone and tablet markets. What does it mean for Appleʼs future?
- A Clockwork Tomato: Officially and scientifically, genetically modified food is the future in China. But will the people allow it?
- Serving China’s Dinner: With “food security” becoming a buzzword in China’s politburo, where does China turn for its most urgent food needs?
- The Thinker Interview: Strategy expert Rita Gunther McGrath on the end of sustainable competitive advantage.
- The Aaron Hurst Interview: The CEO of Imperative and author of The Purpose Economy on making pro bono a crucial part of the non-profit ecosystem.
- C-Suite: Francis Hu, COO and CFO at 3M China, on the companyʼs ‘location management’ strategy and the impact of China’s push towards domestic consumption.
- Q&A: Brian Gallagher, CEO of United Way Worldwide, on making philanthropy more effective.
- Big Data? Big Deal: China has the will to leverage big data analysis, it just needs to find its way, says Li Yang, Associate Professor of Marketing at CKGSB.
- Your Environment and You: Juliet Zhu, Professor of Marketing at CKGSB, explains how environmental factors impact our cognition.
- A New Leaf: The latest CKGSB Business Conditions Index shows that businesses are gearing up for growth.
- Earning Your Stars: Will 2014 be the year of the Michelin Star in China?
- “On Leadership”: Guo Xin, CEO of Career International, shares how John Gardnerʼs book On Leadership applies to China today.
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