Dorie Clark on Defining Your Personal Brand
| Sep. 19 2016
With new innovations taking place every day, we have entered an era where industries and companies are increasingly at risk.
Keep Your Customers Happy but Disorganized to Prevent Buyer Power
| Sep. 14 2016
As a seller, you may often encounter a situation like this: your customers gather and discuss the product they want.
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How The Environment Impacts Creative Thinking
CKGSB Professor Juliet Zhu explains how environmental factors such as color, lighting and noise impact our creative thinking processes and.
| Jan. 13 2014
China Round-up: Video Game Consoles Resurrect; Fight on Shadow Banking; and More Coal for China
The week that was: Beijing continues to restrict shadow banking practices; top economic planning agency approves more coalmines; a 13.
| Jan. 10 2014
Apple in China: iWho?
Rivals race ahead of Apple in China’s smartphone and tablet markets. What does it mean for Apple’s future.
| Jan. 6 2014
CKGSB MAGAZINE DECEMBER 2013: How will 3D Printing Impact Chinese Manufacturing?
You are invited to download the December issue of CKGSB Magazine. You’ll enjoy articles and interviews like: COVER STORY.
| Dec. 18 2013
Rita Gunther McGrath on the End of Sustainable Competitive Advantage
Strategy expert Rita Gunther McGrath says that the days of sustainable competitive advantage are long gone. Instead, companies should focus.
| Dec. 16 2013
Solar Energy: The Sunny Side of the Street
Why solar energy is growing, how it will change the world, and who will profit from it. By 2020—or.
| Dec. 9 2013
Towards Better Decision Making
Look at your typical day. There is one thing that you constantly do from the time you wake up in.
| Dec. 5 2013
Crowdsourcing: Why many heads are better than one
Since its first appearance in a Wired article back in 2006, the term ‘crowdsourcing’ has revolutionized the world of work.
| Dec. 4 2013
The Red Canvas: A Look at the Chinese Art Scene
Which artists are making an impression on the Chinese art scene as tastes and sensibilities evolve? The terrorist attacks of.
| Nov. 28 2013
China Revs up for The Internet of Things
The dawn of the Internet of Things (IOT) era may finally be upon us. For almost a decade, the concept.
| Nov. 21 2013
Laszlo Montgomery on China’s business culture and history
It began as a hobby, then turned into an obsession. In 2010, Laszlo Montgomery listened to his first history podcast.
| Nov. 20 2013
Counterfeiting: Good or Bad?
Is counterfeiting always bad? China is undoubtedly the world’s biggest market for counterfeit products. From fake Louis Vuitton bags.
| Nov. 18 2013