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Groupon on Steroids

by Mark Andrews | Jun. 1 2021

Pinduoduo’s unique business model allowed it to carve out a top spot in the ultra-competitive e-commerce landscape.

Hotpot Hospitality

by Colin Shek | Mar. 15 2021

Business for Haidilao has surged ahead, despite the pandemic.

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Applying Business Logic to Philanthropy: Adream Foundation

Structured like a business and operated on commercial lines, Adream is powered by the language of efficiency, and the use.

by Zhu Rui, Cui Huanping, Zhu Yunhai, | Mar. 30 2020

Changing Tides: The Chinese Management Style Adapts to Modern Times

The Chinese management style is adapting as China shifts to a knowledge-based economy.

by Colin Peebles Christensen | Sep. 26 2019

Go Team! Understanding and Correcting Team Dysfunction

Outsized egos and mis-sized groups are frequently cited causes of team dysfunction, but they aren’t the only problem.

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 27 2019

Go Team! Why Teams Fail and How to Set Them Straight 

Over the past two decades, teams have become a much more central concern for managers.

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 18 2019

Africa Calling: How Transsion Rose to Dominate the African Phone Market

Shenzhen-based smartphone maker Transsion Holdings has followed an unlikely path to success.

by Colin Peebles Christensen | Dec. 3 2018

Minimalist Consumers Buy Experiences Not Things

Statistics show that in the West at least, the long shopping spree is ending.

by Bennett Voyles | Oct. 9 2017

Networking 2.0 Series: How to Work Your Network

In this four-part series, we look at how online social networks are changing the way business is done.

by Bennett Voyles | Aug. 2 2017

SF Express Vies for Greater Market Share

SF Express faces up to China’s fragmented delivery market.

by Chris Russell | Jul. 26 2017

Networking 2.0 Series: Social Capital in a Virtual Age

Some introverts dread small talk and trying to get to know strangers. But like it or not, networking is necessary.

by Bennett Voyles | Jun. 26 2017

Flying High: China’s Aviation Industry is Becoming a Global Force

Seven years ago, around 70% of passengers in US-China air trips were American. But today, more than 50% of.

by Tom Nunlist | Apr. 17 2017

Good Signals: Huawei Pushes Further Forward

Huawei is one of only a few Chinese companies that has become truly global, deriving more revenue abroad than at.

by Krystal Hu | Mar. 27 2017

The Talking Cure: Pay Attention to Counter Narratives

Telling and retelling stories is one of humanity’s most durable characteristics: Harvard linguist Michael Witzel has argued that most.

by Bennett Voyles | Jan. 16 2017

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