CEIBS Knowledge

May 11, 2017
For over a decade I have been researching new ventures partnering with large corporations – what I refer to as "dancing with gorillas". Most of this work has focused on startups in the information technology space, and most of the "gorillas" that I found these startups actively engaging with were the likes of Microsoft, IBM and Google. More recently, however, it has become evident that a much wider range of large corporations, many from traditional sectors such as the automotive, financial and pharmaceutical industries, are actively reaching out to startups with digital and related expertise. And some of them have developed sophisticated partnering interfaces to do so, as I discovered on a recent research visit to Germany.
April 18, 2017
If you want to encourage your team to be innovative, you need to do more than give them a ping pong table or other fun perks common to Silicon Valley tech firms like Google and Facebook. Companies who want employees to be more innovative must create an environment that encourages proactivity, risk-taking and innovation, according to the results of a new study co-authored by CEIBS Professor of Management Tae-Yeol Kim.
April 14, 2017
I never dreamed my academic research might one day be summed up in an internet meme, but this week, the findings of one of my research studies were echoed and splashed across social media both in China and around the world. These unofficial airline memes were among the hundreds created by netizens that flooded social media this week in the wake of a shocking video that showed a passenger being beaten then dragged off a United Airlines (UAL) flight from Chicago to Louisville, Kentucky after he refused to yield his seat to an airline employee. The incident occurred after the airline told passengers the flight was overbooked, and asked four to give up their seats so that United staff could take the flight instead. When no one volunteered staff chose four passengers at random for “re-accomodation”; one refused to comply. The company was excoriated on social media around the world for what happened next, and outrage grew after a series of ineffectual statements by company CEO Oscar Munoz. A day after the initial social media storm, United’s market capitalization dropped by $255 million as investors dumped its stock.
April 10, 2017
Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) are designed to enhance the economic prosperity of participating nations; yet they are often hugely controversial within the wider society. The underlying issue is that these agreements aim to create fair and equal conditions for businesses competing across free trade zones – and that requires participating nations to adapt their regulatory requirement to some jointly agreed standards. But these agreed upon standards imply compromises that invariably do not please everyone.
April 5, 2017
Discussions about globalization tend to paint a picture of an inescapable forward march, spurred on by advances in technology. But even a cursory look at the last 2,000 years paints a very different picture.  Globalization ebbs and wanes with shifts in the global centers of power, changes in relationships between trading partners as well as in overall political conditions. Its path has been less of straight line, and more like a pendulum swinging back and forth.

News

May 25, 2017
Professor of Strategy & International Business Klaus E. Meyer and Research Assistant Alexandra Han win 2016 EFMD Case Writing Competition for their case titled "CNOOC Engages with Canadian Stakeholders". 
May 23, 2017
May 23, 2017. Shanghai – Faculty from eight business schools in and outside of China today paid homage to revered Economist Wu Jinglian by engaging in a day-long symposium where they presented research on topics ranging from property rights, the efficiency of China’s SOEs, foreign exchange reserves, and the origins of China’s institutions.  The day was capped off with Prof. Wu Jinglian’s participation in a wide ranging discussion – with Yingyi Qian, Dean and Professor of the School of Economics and Management at Tsinghua University – on China’s on-going economic reform. The event, hosted at the school’s Shanghai Campus, was The First CEIBS Economics Symposium in Honor of Professor Wu Jinglian. 

Events

June 16, 2017
This symposium serves as a forum for scholars and research practitioners from diverse disciplines to share the latest marketing research outcomes, and support, promote and enrich the research...
June 13, 2017
CEIBS is pleased to invite you to join us for a Global EMBA Info session on Tuesday 13 June at Grand Millennium Beijing at 7:00pm. At this event, current and past Global EMBA participants will share their insights on their experience during and after their studies at CEIBS. This is the best opportunity for you to hear first-hand accounts of the Global EMBA experience and to put forward your own questions about the programme. Members of our admissions team will also be present to share key information about the programme and application process. CEIBS Global EMBA, ranked 13th globally by Financial Times, is the premium part-time Executive MBA programme based in Shanghai. CEIBS Global EMBA allows you to learn with and from high-achieving executive classmates, without having to interrupt your career.

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Join us on a journey that will transform who you are. Change the way you think, analyse, manage – and gain vital insight into the world's largest and most dynamic market. With our 18-month full-time, English language, MBA Programme based in Shanghai, you will be able to fast-forward your career like you could never have imagined.
 

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Are you an upper-level entrepreneur or executive who’s determined to further excel despite the uncertainties of this new era? Do you want to take your organisation to the next level by further developing your leadership qualities? Do you want to join the most powerful alumni network in China? CEIBS Executive MBA offers you world-class education with a unique vantage point of China’ s rapidly changing business and economic landscape.

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No international business school knows China better, and no China-based school knows the world better. The CEIBS Executive Education offers companies our unique value proposition of unbeatable China knowledge matched with world-class business management learning. Our extensive Open Programmes and Company Specific Programmes have assisted more than 3,000 organisations and more than 100,000 executives in developing business leadership skills for today and the future.

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Over the last two decades, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) has provided world-class business management education, grooming responsible leaders for China and the rest of the world. Building on the global recognition of its MBA, EMBA and Executive Education Programmes, CEIBS launched its four-year full-time PhD Programme in 2015. The degree will be awarded by Shanghai Jiaotong University.

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CEIBS launched its Africa Programme in 2008.

On the basis of our experience in China we are convinced that CEIBS can make a difference in other emerging economies as well. In economies such as in Africa, meeting organisational and societal challenges requires fresh thinking, new insights and creative foresight from executive leaders.

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CEIBS launched the Entrepreneurship Platform (abbreviated as E-Platform), a high-quality integrated entrepreneurial innovation ecosystem comprising entrepreneurial education, incubation and investment, on October 24, 2015.
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