Having delivered a keynote speech at the recent Alumni event in Vancouver, BC, which focused on the implications of China’s One Belt, One Road initiative, CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing featured in an article by Business in Vancouver, in which he stressed that companies from around the world – not just those from China – have been given the green light to get involved.
Sang-Heon Kim, former CEO of Naver, Korea’s No.1 internet company, has shared his learning experiences of CKGSB’s Korean EMBA program and introduced his business experience. As the recognized leader in the fields of law and technology, Kim wants to broaden his insight and knowledge. He mentioned that practical and quality classes and case studies from CKGSB have helped him to understand China from Chinese perspective, not Koreans. Before he resigned at Naver, he led the company for 8 years successfully and used to serve as a judge of Seoul District Court.
CKGSB Associate Dean and Professor Gan Jie’s views and research results were quoted in two recent articles in the Financial Times, ranging from the practical applications of drones in agriculture to the upgrading of China’s economy.
The US-China strategic relationship, arguably the most important in the world at this time, has regained its footing after some anxiety brought on by the ascension of Donald Trump as US President last January, according to the Chief US Representative of the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business.
Mun-Soo Kim, CEO of SMATOOS has shared his learning experiences of CKGSB’s Korean EMBA program and introduced his business experience. As the pioneer and also leader in the education felid, he wants to broaden his business in global and Chinese market. He mentioned that practical and quality classes and case studies from CKGSB have helped him when he expanded business to China. Not surprisingly, as the entrepreneur in the education area, he says he is very happy when he learns and thinks how to help people learn more easily and fun.
ZHOU Li, Assistant Dean of CKGSB shared his insight on The 4th Industrial Revolution and the future of Capitalism at the discussion session at JEJU Forum 2017. In the session, ZHOU Li focused on China’s current place in the changing era and CHO Dong-Sung, George HARA also shared their opinions for the subject. The 12th JEJU Forum has attracted 5,500 participants from 80 countries.
More than 500 executives, scholars and media representatives attended the 3rd Women in Leadership Forum, co-hosted by CKGSB and UN Women, with hundreds of thousands more watching live online, to hear the thoughts of 30 respected business leaders, decision-makers and influencers as they discussed female empowerment issues in China and around the world.
A member of one of the world’s most famous entrepreneurial families told alumni and current students of Cheung Kung Graduate School of Business’s Global Emerging Leaders that the meticulously-designed program offers great insight and practical preparation for managing and expanding their family businesses.
Two-time Grand Slam champion Li Na has enrolled into a two-year program for senior management executives at CKGSB, saying she’s keen to pursue a wide range of business interests in her second career, while aiming to become a more thoughtful person in order to make better financial, managerial and business decisions.
This year’s China module doubled in number of participants and coincided with One Belt One Road Summit.
The small country packs more than its size in technology, innovation and entrepreneurship.
China’s strong fundamentals and abundant opportunities ensure that it will enjoy robust growth and it will remain the world’s economic engine, Dr Xiang Bing told business leaders and influencers in New York.