CKGSB Finance Department Chair Henry Cao and students of the school’s MBA program highlighted how the program can provide world-class education to future business leaders from China, Asia and beyond, in a networking session hosted by CKGSB Americas.
Students from University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business traveled to Beijing for an intensive two-week China module program, with a number of highlights both in and out of the classroom.
30 visiting students from Costa Rica’s INCAE Business School spent a week at CKGSB’s New York office, during an insightful “Specialization in Finance” program, which included lectures, panel discussions and visits to three New York companies – Morgan Stanley, Bloomberg and the New York branch of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China’s largest bank.
Speaking to CKGSB Professor of Marketing Sun Baohong at a Knowledge Series event in New York City, Columbia Business School Professor David Rogers said that traditional businesses seeking a digital-age makeover should first concentrate on changing their strategic thinking, not their technology.
18 MBA & FMBA students from CKGSB were awarded the special SHAOU award after completing the grueling Asia-Pacific MBA Desert Challenge.
CKGSB Assistant Professor of Marketing Li Yang is quoted by both Bloomberg and Forbes discussing how China’s top search engine operator has been affected by a recent scandal.
CKGSB Assistant Dean Zhou Li shares his views and observations concerning the three main sources of disruptive innovation facing universities: technology, consulting firms and the clients themselves.
A lengthy Q&A session with CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing features in Japan’s Nikkei newspaper, focusing on the school’s unique strengths and key differentiators.
CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing tells the Committee of 100 (C-100) 2016 Annual Conference in Los Angeles that China and the US can usher in a new age of enlightenment by collaborating to meet global challenges tied to a wave of technological, social and political disruptions.
CKGSB Prof Zhu Rui was joined by a fantastic line-up of speakers to discuss the best ways to do corporate social responsibility and share best practices at a packed event held at CKGSB’s Beijing campus.
With 90 percent of businesses in both the US and China considered family-owned, the importance of learning how these firms can best operate is essential to success. Experts and participants shared their experiences on the topic at a recent session at CKGSB’s New York office.
Four current MBA candidates represented CKGSB at the 4th Yale School of Management. The team competed with schools from around the world, and this marked the first time that CKGSB students have taken part in this prestigious competition.