As the U.S. heads to the polls for midterm elections and China wraps up the second day of its highly touted China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, both country’s leaders have sought to control the narrative in the escalating trade war.
Don’t believe the hype of either leader.
Read about three realities on the ground in China, and what that means for the U.S.-China relationship, in my recent article, published in Forbes, HERE.
China now has the money, an educated and ambitious workforce, a can-do spirit, impressive companies, and a dogged spirit to achieve that will carry it far. Next time someone tells you China doesn’t innovate, suggest that they to take a closer look.
Read my full article, published today in Forbes: HERE.
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Perception of safety critical to attracting the growing # of Chinese tourists traveling abroad. Huge opportunity for the EU. — I was quoted in the China Daily yesterday.
Full article HERE.
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We look down on Sales reps, preventing us from applying their proven strategies to accelerate and better manage our careers.
Drawing from my work with top Sales/Key Account Managers and coaching Executives on how to become more effective at work, I show how focus on 5 key areas – with examples – can help you seriously move the needle.
Published in Forbes magazine. Full article HERE.
The holy grail solution in the West is “innovation:” create a killer product that fits the market to create long-term sustainable advantage. Yet McKinsey’s 2015 China CEO survey revealed executives believe the key to success is credibility with headquarters and the local team, followed by people management (finding and retaining talent). Innovation was ranked lowest.
Why the disconnect?
Read the rest of the article in China Currents, a journal of the China Research Center…