The 2008 financial crisis painfully demonstrated the old adage "the bigger they are, the harder they fall." But it also provided valuable lessons as to how top-level executives can steer their firms on a safer course. - May 02, 2013
The China-West relationship fundamentally switched with the 2008 financial crisis, bringing a set of unique challenges and a new kind of "China hand." Andrew Hupert charts out this new landscape and what it means for everyone. - April 14, 2013
Demand among China's high net-worth individuals (HNWIs) for trusted asset management tailored to their specific needs is growing rapidly. The trend presents key opportunities for local specialists prepared to play the long-game. - March 26, 2013
There are many reasons for companies to embrace more sustainable practices - greater competitive advantage being the biggest one of all. But when companies operating across international boundaries try to integrate these processes into their business, cultural, political and resource conflicts can derail... - March 21, 2013
China faces an impending shortage of world-class leadership. In a new webinar from Z.H. TANK, Dr. Frank Li explains the crisis and how organizations can successfully assess and develop future leadership talent. - January 17, 2013
Improved knowledge management practices can strengthen enterprise innovation. But where does knowledge management start? - December 21, 2012
"Smarter" analytics are needed to enhance management in the new global marketplace and BAO strategies provide those tools. - December 15, 2012
Empirical, experience-based decision making was once the prevailing approach in the corporate world, a mindset that explained why companies saw simple "seniority" as an asset. That's over.
As part of its ongoing series providing business intelligence and experienced China market expertise,... - November 19, 2012
Risk management has traditionally been about mitigating or, ideally, eliminating risks inherent in the daily business of corporations. But a new trend looks to make legal risk management part of an enterprise's core competitiveness.
As part of its ongoing webinar series providing business intelligence... - November 04, 2012
The battle over the role of intellectual property rights in China is a complex one that shows no signs of easing. Sam Yu, a pioneering attorney working in China's IPR field, sheds light on how Internet business both creates and eases IPR conflicts.
- October 25, 2012
Organizational behavior study and performance management have come a long way since "Skinner's Box" and Aubrey Daniels. This is especially true in China where simplifying performance management based solely on performance review is a common practice, and problem. - October 15, 2012
By 2020, much of the predicted 11 percent growth in China's retail sales sector will come from the middle class living in the nation's "second and third tier" cities. Beware of the dangers of becoming a "latecomer." - September 01, 2012
In turbulent times, corporate leaders will have to diagnose the early symptoms of a company’s illnesses, assuring that the problems don’t get piled up without being untreated. - July 18, 2012
Social networks provide companies with much more information about their customers than traditional CRM methods. Customers freely give companies the information they need to conduct segmentation, targeting and promotion. - July 07, 2012
ExecSense is pleased to collaborate with Z. H. STUDIO as an intellectual partner in producing a webinar led by Oscar Ramos, CEO, DaD Asia Seed Capital, on What Venture Capitalists Need to Know About China. The webinar is now available for download and watching on a computer, mobile device, iPod or printed... - March 08, 2012