Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) is launching the Global Unicorn Programs, a series of executive education programs focused on creating unicorns and an ecosystem of socially responsible and globally visionary entrepreneurs across Eurasia.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, Asia’s leading business school, celebrates its 20th anniversary by releasing a book on its achievements titled, “20 Years of Innovation.”
Global experts from Microsoft, IBM, and McKinsey shared insights on China’s digitalization at a webinar, “China’s Digital Transformation: Shaping the Global Data Landscape,” hosted by Chueng Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) and Asia House on November 17.
Seven CKGSB alumni have been named on “China’s Most Influential Businesswomen 2022” list, recently released by Fortune China.
In light of recent global tectonic changes such as the COVID-19 pandemic, shifting supply chains, rising inflation, and the changing geopolitical landscape, CKGSB held the timely webinar, “The World in 2030 and Beyond – Trends Amidst the Changing Global Order”, to look at how future global trends can influence our response today.
Ahead of the CKGSB-IMD program on Building Digital Ecosystems, the two schools held a taster webinar on September 26, titled “Digital Trends to Transform Your Business”, where CKGSB Visiting Professor of Information Systems Sun Tianshu 孙天澍 and IMD Professor of Innovation and Strategy Mark Greeven discussed the future of the global digital landscape in the context of ecosystems.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business hosted the webinar ‘Navigating Uncertainty and Opportunities Amidst Disruptions’ to gauge the opinions of global deans on the roles that business schools should play in helping business leaders navigate through uncertain times.