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Holacracy and Its Discontents

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 22 2016

Developments in technology have always led to changes in management practices. Papyrus and writing made the first empires possible, and.

Countering Supplier Power: Can an Employee be Too Good?

by Brian Viard | Mar. 9 2016

Managers instinctively think about the threat of competitors because they can push down prices and lower profits. But there are.

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Game theory: How companies adapt for the game industry in China

China is a daunting place to bring intellectual property. It’s especially tough for businesses that produce content, like.

by David Cohen | Apr. 17 2012

Microsteps

Wang Keqin’s office is not the polished workplace you might expect from a major Chinese charity. The space.

by Tom Hancock | Apr. 16 2012

Coping with the economic slowdown

The Chinese economy did not escape last year’s dire global economic conditions unscathed. Since small- and medium-sized.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Apr. 14 2012

Socially commercial

In the West, many companies are already using social media to listen to customers, build brand loyalty and learn how.

by Lucille Liu | Apr. 10 2012

CSR in China: Domestic enterprises outshine MNCs

Globalization has increased awareness of, and controversy over, corporate social responsibility (CSR) around the world. China is certainly no exception.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Apr. 9 2012

The risks of Foxconn’s model

Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn, the world’s largest electronics contract manufacturer, which supplies to companies including Apple and Dell, has.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Apr. 8 2012

“New luxury” and the rise of a Chinese luxury clothing brand

Mao Jihong, founder and president of Mixmind Art & Design Co., Ltd., is known internationally for establishing the first and.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Mar. 12 2012

What is a Confucian entrepreneur?

CKGSB Honorary Professor of Humanities Tu Weiming has been involved in the teaching of Confucianism for more than 40 years.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Feb. 26 2012

Chinese companies consider sustainable growth strategies in the face of competition

Last year, the high employment rate in the United States, the inextricable sovereign debts of the European countries and the.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Feb. 26 2012

A Nation of Provinces

In March 2011, Jiuquan’s Municipal Energy Bureau issued a set of regulations imposing “construction requirements” on.

by Lea Yu | Jan. 19 2012

It’s about more than just the money

When online retailer Jingdong Mall, also known as 360buy.com, announced its plans to raise up to $5 billion for.

by Teng Binsheng | Jan. 18 2012

Lessons from South Korea’s creative transition

Cho Dong-Sung is a Professor of Strategy at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), and the author of.

by Lea Yu | Jan. 18 2012

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