“Thrive Through the Economic Transition” FREE seminar by CUHK Professors
In a drive to heighten brand awareness of its world-class Executive MBA programme (ranked in 2010 as #10 worldwide and #1 Independent EMBA in Asia Pacific by the London-based Financial Times), the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) is launching the first of Management Seminar China Series in the PRD region, with Shenzhen as the first stop.
Prof. Andrew C.F. Chan, EMBA Program Director, accompanied by two other renowned CUHK professors, Dr. Vernon Hsu and Dr. Yuan Lu, will be speaking to an audience of senior executives in Shenzhen on January 8, 2011.
With “Thrive Through the Economic Transition” as the theme, the Seminar is consist of two 90-min sessions high-level lectures.
Dr. Hsu, as a professor in Decision Science and Managerial Economics Department at CUHK, and an expert scholar in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management, will be sharing his view on how companies in the Greater China region may sharpen their competitive edges and move up the global value chain. He will discuss a few strategic areas in which an exporter can develop additional higher value-added global supply chain management capabilities in his lecture titled “Moving up the Global Value Chain in the Advent of RMB Appreciation & Rising Labor Cost”
The second lecture “Born Global Entrepreneurship” will be given by Dr. Lu, a professor in Management whose specialized research interest include International Strategic Alliance and Decision-Making of Chinese Enterprises. With case studies on how small entrepreneurial start-ups become internationalized, Dr. Lu will be sharing with us his research on Global Entrepreneurship, an emerging phenomenon he finds in China.
Anyone interested in attending this English-speaking seminar may now register at http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/emba/index.htm . Limited seats are available on first-come-first-serve basis. First 30 registrants will be invited to a pre-seminar cocktail reception at same venue.