Bill Fischer When you are looking for smart ideas in China, go to Beijing, rather than Shanghai or Guangzhou, writes IMD business professor Bill Fischer of technology management in the Business Times, exploring the strategy for idea hunting. Interested in Web 2.0? Go to Silicon Valley. If you go anywhere else,
Annette Nijs Executive Director Global Initiative of the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) Annette Nijs led earlier this week a signing ceremony for a partnership between her school and the Dutch multinational Philips, a partnership focusing on health care and innovation. From the CEIBS-website: Annette Nijs called the event
William Bao Bean via Flickr William Bao Bean has joined Singtel Innov8, a US$ 150 million venture capitalist firm as managing director in Shanghai. Singtel Innov8 has been established in September. Singtel Innov8 is focused on investing in and driving innovative services and technology from around the world, especially China,
Kaiser Kuo Fantake via Flickr China’s companies have mostly been seen as intelligent copy-cats of their Western competitors at best, certainly no innovators. China’s largest search engine Baidu.com proves it can be a game-changer, says its director international communication Kaiser Kuo in an interview with Inventorspot. Baidu opened up for third
Bill Fischer by Fantake via Flickr IMD-professor, and former CEIBS dean, Bill Fischer, describes on his weblog the fast changing speed in China’s development. While China has made huge steps forward, at the end Fischer still sees huge barriers to real change in China: The conundrum underlying all of this
Wang Haiyan´s China India Institute is a research and advisory organization with a focus on creating winning global strategies, organizations and mindsets that leverage the transformational rise of emerging markets, foremost China and India. She has also been an Adjunct Professor of Strategy at INSEAD.