What Westerners Don’t Get about Doing Business in China


I spoke to the founding team – western and Chinese – that set up United Family Hospitals, China’s leading premium private healthcare network.

Here’s what they said about their keys to success – and why the hospital remains as relevant as ever 20 years later.

Published in China Currents, a Journal of the China Research Center.

Click HERE for the full article.

What Beijing United’s 20 years in business tells us about a Changing China

In 1994, I started my career setting up an ambitious, western-standard hospital in Beijing. In 1997 we opened that hospital – and now 20 years later had the privilege of speaking with Roberta Lipson, my former boss and CEO of United Family Healthcare, to discuss her reflections on being a healthcare pioneer in China.

“I knew at the time there was a very meaningful opportunity to model a new approach to healthcare for China…” [click here to read more here, article published by the China Research Center]

哈弗商业评论 (HBR China) 发表了我的文章: “杰出的领导者要接受办公室政治”



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