As multinational companies face stronger headwinds, how are local leaders dealing with the situation, & what would help them move faster?
In an interview with McKinsey’s Dominic Barton, the dean of Tsinghua University’s School of Economics and Management reflects on the characteristics of successful Chinese leaders and the skills they’ll need to thrive in the future.
Skill building must be rewards-based, rooted in real work, and tailored to local conditions.
Knorr-Bremse’s Henrik Thiele explains how his company has developed a global-local approach to capability building in China.
Despite decades of experience in China, many organizations still struggle to identify and select executives who will make a tangible impact.
Improving energy efficiency in industrial environments starts with changing minds—not machinery.
As China evolves from an investment-led economy to a consumption-oriented one, it will need more high-skilled workers.