IE GXMBA: China Series (2017)

This page has been constructed for the “Doing Business in China” Forum for the Global Executive Program at IE Business School, November-December 2017.

Full agenda, talks and speaker biosie Exec Ed GXMA – Doing Business in Asia_Dec 13 Madrid – Agenda

Additional resources provided by Professor Wenderoth:

  • Welcome Video: “China: Here’s What you Need to be Thinking About” [11 min watch]:

 

  • China Resource List: Readings and Videos to get you up to speed, quickly, and provide context for the speaker series. [2 pages]

SUGGESTED CHINA READING LIST FOR EXECUTIVES – Short List ie GXMA – Dec 2017

  • China 101: Introduction to China’s Historical, Political, Economic Context [60 min watch] – LINK TO BE POSTED HERE

You may contact Michael Wenderoth at: mwenderoth [@] faculty.ie.edu or michael.wenderoth [@] gmail.com

Michael is an Executive Coach and professor at IE Business School, where his focus on China extends into Leadership, Innovation and Sales. Prior to joining IE in 2014, Michael spent 20+ years bringing break-through products to market in China, the US and the EU. Michael began working in China in 1993, when he oversaw the establishment of Beijing United Hospital, the first western-standard JV hospital in the country, and most recently served as MD-China for Align Technology (Nasdaq: ALGN). He has consulted in China across sectors on market entry, commercial strategy, crisis management and M&A. Michael is Senior Advisor with InterChina Consulting, Madison Company (sales force effectiveness) and serves as an Executive Coach in Stanford Business School’s Executive Education. He has published in China Currents (a publication of the China Research Center), Harvard Business Review, China Business Review and Newsweek. Michael holds a MBA from Stanford Business School and a BA in History/Political Economy from Carleton College. Full Bio HERE.

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