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Not Just Another Day in the Park

by Brian Viard | Dec. 1 2016

Theme parks are normally a place to enjoy a nice day out with your friends or family. However, in mainland.

Keep Your Customers Happy but Disorganized to Prevent Buyer Power

by Brian Viard | 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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Yum! Brands in China: Colonel Sanders’ Recipe Gone Wrong

Have Chinese consumers lost their appetite for Yum! Brands? The KFC in the food court at Shang­hai’s New.

by Angela Doland | Apr. 3 2013

Back To School: In-house Universities boost Management Talent

Chinese companies ramp up training by setting up in-house universities to retain talent A couple of students sit outside.

by Virginie Mangin | Apr. 1 2013

The High-Growth Conundrum: Helping Companies Cross the Chasm

How can small companies grow into large companies? It’s a simple question to pose but not so easy to.

by Bennett Voyles | Dec. 3 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: Why Own When You Can Rent

Sinopec failed to acquire China Gas Holdings, yet it might be better off that way. Here’s why. Sinopec.

by Brian Viard | Nov. 27 2012

C-Suite Interview: Liang Xinjun, Vice-chairman and CEO, Fosun

  The Fosun Group, a Shanghai-headquartered conglomerate, has diverse business interests ranging from insurance and healthcare, to retail, steel and.

by CKGSB Case Study Center | Nov. 23 2012

Taking the Hard Road: Chinese automaker BYD tries to innovate

  Chinese car maker BYD is finding it tough to shift from imitation to innovation. It used to take a.

by Bradley Gardner | Nov. 5 2012

The High-Growth Conundrum: Q&A with the ‘Growth Guy’, Verne Harnish

All over China, leaders of fast-growing companies are asking themselves: how can we grow as fast as we need.

by Bennett Voyles | Nov. 2 2012

The High Growth Conundrum: Winning the War for Talent

Editor’s Note: Even as the global economy slows down, some Chinese companies are grappling with a new reality.

by Bennett Voyles | Oct. 22 2012

China Markets its Marketing Strategy

  Chinese brands are out to sell themselves to the world, but why, and how? It’s August 2012.

by AmbikaBehal | Oct. 22 2012

Teng Bingsheng on the global M&A strategies of Chinese Companies

Here’s a question. What do the following mergers and acquisitions have in common: Lenovo and IBM’s.

by Michele Scrimenti | Sep. 14 2012

Putting the spotlight on leadership with the small ‘l’

An interview with Shalom Saada Saar, Professor of Managerial Practice at CKGSB and Senior Instructor, MIT, on his upcoming book.

by Neelima Mahajan | Sep. 1 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: Pork Barrel Politics

Why would a steel company get into a wildly-unrelated area such as pig breeding.

by Brian Viard | May. 22 2012

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