You are invited to download the March issue of CKGSB Magazine. You’ll enjoy articles and interviews like:
Innovation: Incubators tap homegrown innovation in China.
With close similarities to incubators in Silicon Valley and an arsenal of China-specific tactics for start-up success, Chinese incubators are moving beyond the traditional role of incubators. They are creating an environment in which start-up companies can survive and thrive.
- An infographic looking at the history of private enterprise in China.
- Back to School: Some Chinese companies like Huawei and Haier are taking training to a whole new level by setting up in-house universities.
- Banking Abroad: The globalization strategies of China’s banks.
- The Web Wise-Up: Sophisticated consumers are forcing China’s e-commerce companies to raise standards of quality and service.
- Smartphones for All: Domestic smartphone companies like Lenovo and Huawei are set to give global companies like Apple and Nokia a run for their money in China, the world’s largest smartphone market.
- Money Squeeze: The first signs of light emerge amidst the dark prospects for private enterprises in China’s ever-tightening credit market
- Yum! Brands: The parent company of KFC and Pizza Hut is facing a tough time in China. What went wrong?
- Breaking into Digital China: Multinational retail brands like Best Buy and The Home Depot are ditching the brick and mortar model and trying to make a play in China via e-commerce.
- Greentech: After record smog and a leadership change, what’s in store for energy policy and green investment in China?
- The US SEC versus accounting firms in China: CKGSB’s Qi Daqing and Peking University’s Paul Gillis share their views on the regulatory battle.
- The Robert Aumann Interview: Nobel Prize winner Robert Aumann in conversation with CKGSB professor Mei Jianping.
- The Thinker Interview: Organizational behavior expert Jeffrey Pfeffer of Stanford on the human sustainability of organizations.
- C-Suite Interview: Baidu CFO Jennifer Li on navigating a rapidly evolving market, and Baidu’s globalization strategy.
- Q&A: Scottish billionaire Sir Tom Hunter on his idea of ‘Venture Philanthropy’.
- Business on the Battlefield: Sun Tzu’s Art of War has made numerous contributions to the world of business and strategy.
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