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Semaine
1
4 heures pour terminer

What’s New? China’s New General Environment

Evidence has shown that the contextual difference or gap between a foreign firm's home country and China is a key reason for business failure in China. This Section helps in developing a better understanding of China's context in terms of its general environmental segments, and a number of strategies to deal with new and updated contextual issues in China. How much does context matter in doing business in China? How do foreign firms deal with new and updated contextual issues in China?

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29 vidéos (Total 93 min), 2 lectures, 2 quiz
29 vidéos
Entering the China Market2 min
Welcome to China Strategy1 min
1.1a Strategy and Local Context7 min
1.1b PESTGDP Framework3 min
1.2a Key Issue: Stability and Corruption4 min
1.2b Major Issues (Expert Sharing by Prof Lutz-Christian Wolff, Wei Lun Professor of Law, CUHK)1 min
1.2c Xi’s Anti-Corruption Campaign (Expert Sharing by Prof Lutz-Christian Wolff, Wei Lun Professor of Law, CUHK)2 min
1.3a Key Issue: New Normal8 min
1.3b New Normal (Expert Sharing by Dr Edward Tse, Founder & CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company)1 min
1.3c New Normal (Expert Sharing by Mr Gordon Lam, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited)1 min
1.4a Key Issue: Cultural Distance4 min
1.4b Guanxi (Expert Sharing by Prof CY Chiu, Choh-Ming Li Professor of Psychology, CUHK)2 min
1.4c Mianzi/Face (Expert Sharing by Prof CY Chiu, Choh-Ming Li Professor of Psychology, CUHK)3 min
1.4d Renqing (Expert Sharing by Prof CY Chiu, Choh-Ming Li Professor of Psychology, CUHK)3 min
1.5a Key Issue: Innovation & IP Protection1 min
1.5b Indigenous innovation (Expert Sharing by Prof George Yip, Professor of Marketing and Strategy, Imperial College London)1 min
1.5c Indigenous innovation (Expert Sharing by Dr Edward Tse, Founder & CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company)1 min
1.5d IP Protection (Expert Sharing by Ms Helen Cheng, Equity Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm)3 min
1.5e Mass Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Expert Sharing by Mr Denis Depoux, Senior Partner of Roland Berger)5 min
1.6a Key Issue: Belt & Road1 min
1.6b Belt and Road (Expert Sharing by Dr Edward Tse, Founder & CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company)1 min
1.6c Belt and Road (Expert Sharing by Mr Gordon Lam, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited)3 min
1.6d Belt and Road (Expert Sharing by Mr Denis Depoux, Senior Partner of Roland Berger)6 min
1.7a Key Issue: The Internet Generation2 min
1.7b Internet Generation (Expert Sharing by Mr Steve Lau, Founder & Managing Partner of Eagles Fund)3 min
1.7c Internet Generation (Expert Sharing by Mr James Li, Overseas Marketing Director of BDF International Co., Ltd)4 min
1.8a Key Issue: Sustainable Development2 min
1.9 Week 1 Wrap-up49s
2 lectures
Acknowledgement10 min
Copyright and eLearning Guidance at CUHK10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 1 Quiz14 min
Semaine
2
4 heures pour terminer

Who and Where? Players and Locations in China

Foreign entrants are often puzzled by varying types and unique features of players they encounter in China, and often make mistakes by treating the locations in China as homogeneous. This Section helps in developing a better understanding of China's context in terms of its players and locations, and a number of strategies to deal with them in China. Who are the players in China? How do foreign firms identify and differentiate different types of Chinese players? What does subnational location mean in China? How do foreign firms respond to the idiosyncratic natures of different Chinese locations?

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27 vidéos (Total 86 min), 2 quiz
27 vidéos
2.2a Key Issue: SOE vs. POE3 min
2.2b SOE vs POE (Expert Sharing by Dr Edward Tse, Founder & CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company)3 min
2.2c SOE vs POE (Expert Sharing by Dr Edward Tse, Founder & CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company)1 min
2.3a Key Issue: Business Group Affiliation vs. Independent2 min
2.3b Grouping (Expert Sharing by Dr Edward Tse, Founder & CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company)2 min
2.3c Grouping (Expert Sharing by Dr Edward Tse, Founder & CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company)2 min
2.4a Key Issues: Listed vs. Non-Listed1 min
2.4b Listed vs. Non-Listed (Expert Sharing by Mr Gordon Lam, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited)2 min
2.4c Listed vs. Non-Listed (Expert Sharing by Ms Helen Cheng, Equity Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm)1 min
2.4d Listing (Expert Sharing by Mr Gordon Lam, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited)1 min
2.4e Listed vs. Non-Listed (Expert Sharing by Ms Helen Cheng, Equity Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm)2 min
2.5a Key Issue: Internet vs. Traditional4 min
2.5b Internet Firms (Expert Sharing by Mr Mingles Tsoi, Director, Startup & Innovation Services, KPMG China)1 min
2.5c Internet Firms (Expert Sharing by Mr Steve Lau, Founder & Managing Partner of Eagles Fund)7 min
2.5d Traditional Firms (Expert Sharing by Mr Steve Lau, Founder & Managing Partner of Eagles Fund)3 min
2.6a Key Issue: One China, Multiple Markets4 min
2.6b One China, Multiple Markets (Expert Sharing by Mr Gordon Lam, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited)1 min
2.6c One China, Multiple Markets (Expert Sharing by Mr Mingles Tsoi, Director, Startup & Innovation Services, KPMG China)2 min
2.7a Key Issue: Open vs. Less-Open53s
2.8a Key Issue: The Tiers of Chinese Cities7 min
2.8b The Tiers of Chinese Cities (Expert Sharing by Mr Gordon Lam, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited)3 min
2.9a Eagles Fund (Expert Sharing by Mr Steve Lau, Founder & Managing Partner of Eagles Fund)2 min
2.9b Major Government Policies (Expert Sharing by Mr Steve Lau, Founder & Managing Partner of Eagles Fund)4 min
2.9c VC Industries in China (Expert Sharing by Mr Steve Lau, Founder & Managing Partner of Eagles Fund)2 min
2.9d VC industries in China (Expert Sharing by Mr Steve Lau, Founder & Managing Partner of Eagles Fund)6 min
2.10 Week 2 Wrap-up51s
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 2 Quiz14 min
Semaine
3
4 heures pour terminer

How To Enter China: Entry Mode Choices

The success of doing business in China is influenced by the choices of entry mode. This Section explores the advantages and disadvantages offered by different entry modes, and also the different resources and time commitments required. We also introduce cross-border E-commerce, an increasing and emerging new entry mode. What is entry mode? Why are different entry modes chosen? What are the pros and cons of each entry mode? How do foreign firms choose entry mode? What is cross-border E-commerce in China and how do foreign firms use this new entry mode?

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24 vidéos (Total 76 min), 2 quiz
24 vidéos
3.2a Key Issues: Exporting Mode and Exporting Partner2 min
3.3a Key Issue: IP Protection (Revisited)4 min
3.3b Licensing Strategy (Expert Sharing by Ms Helen Cheng, Equity Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm)3 min
3.4a Key Issue: Partner Selection3 min
3.4b Joint Ventures (Expert Sharing by Ms Helen Cheng, Equity Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm)2 min
3.4c Joint Ventures (Expert Sharing by Mr Denis Depoux, Senior Partner of Roland Berger)6 min
3.5a Key Issue: Target Selection and Anti-Trust Law3 min
3.5b Target Identification (Expert Sharing by Ms Helen Cheng, Equity Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm)2 min
3.5c Post-Acquisition Integration Process (Expert Sharing by Ms Helen Cheng, Equity Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm)1 min
3.5d Target & Post-Acquisition Integration Issues (Expert Sharing by Mr Denis Depoux, Senior Partner of Roland Berger)8 min
3.6a Key Issue: Regulations2 min
3.6b Wholly-Owned Subsidiary (Expert Sharing by Mr Gordon Lam, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited)2 min
3.6c Wholly-Owned Subsidiary (Expert Sharing by Ms Helen Cheng, Equity Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm)1 min
3.6d Negative List (Expert Sharing by Prof Lutz-Christian Wolff, Wei Lun Professor of Law, CUHK)4 min
3.7a Key Issues: Arbitrage Strategy and its Implementation (Part 1)5 min
3.7b Key Issues: Arbitrage Strategy and its Implementation (Part 2)7 min
3.7c BDF (Expert Sharing by Mr Sheang Fang, CEO of BDF International Co., Ltd)50s
3.7d Cross-Border E-Commerce (Expert Sharing by Mr Kevin Zhao, Director of BDF International Co., Ltd)1 min
3.7e BDF (Expert Sharing by Mr Sheang Fang, CEO of BDF International Co., Ltd)2 min
3.7f Entry Barriers and Obstacles (Expert Sharing by Mr Kevin Zhao, Director of BDF International Co., Ltd)1 min
3.7g Competitive Advantages (Expert Sharing by Mr Vincent Zhao, Operation Director of BDF International Co., Ltd)2 min
3.7h Biggest Challenge (Expert Sharing by Mr Vincent Zhao, Operation Director of BDF International Co., Ltd)46s
3.8 Week 3 Wrap-up34s
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 3 Quiz14 min
Semaine
4
4 heures pour terminer

How To Become a Strategic Insider in China

Foreign firms entering and operating in China are no linger merely "foreign investors" but have become "strategic insiders". Such a shift is a response to cope with with China's shifting environments, and also means China strategy as key to foreign firms' overall global success.This Section provides an overarching picture of the shifts in mindset, status, and post-entry strategies. What are the major shifts in the China context? How do foreign firms shift their dominant mindset and post-entry strategies from foreign entrants to strategic insiders?

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30 vidéos (Total 74 min), 2 quiz
30 vidéos
4.2a Shifting Landscape8 min
4.3a Key Issue: Why?3 min
4.3b Why (Expert Sharing by Mr Denis Depoux, Senior Partner of Roland Berger)3 min
4.4a Key Issue: Location Choice3 min
4.4b Why? (Expert Sharing by Mr Gordon Lam, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited)1 min
4.4c Why? (Expert Sharing by Mr Denis Depoux, Senior Partner of Roland Berger)3 min
4.5a Key Issue: Cooperative vs. Competitive perspectives of MNE-Government Relationships2 min
4.5b How? (Expert Sharing by Mr Denis Depoux, Senior Partner of Roland Berger)2 min
4.5c How? (Expert Sharing by Mr Denis Depoux, Senior Partner of Roland Berger)2 min
4.6a Key Issue: CSR and MNE6 min
4.6b CSR (Expert Sharing by Mr Gordon Lam, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited)1 min
4.7a Key Issue: Compliance and MNE2 min
4.7b Compliance Issues (Expert Sharing by Mr Gordon Lam, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited)2 min
4.8a Why did some MNEs establish R&D centers in China? (Expert Sharing by Prof George Yip, Professor of Marketing and Strategy, Imperial College London)5 min
4.8b Why did some MNEs establish R&D centers in China? (Expert Sharing by Dr Edward Tse, Founder & CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company)2 min
4.8c Why did some MNEs move certain portion of their companies’ operations/manufacturing site from China to other places? (Expert Sharing by Prof George Yip, Professor of Marketing and Strategy, Imperial College London)1 min
4.8d Why did some MNEs move certain portion of their companies’ operations/manufacturing site from China to other places? (Expert Sharing by Dr Edward Tse, Founder & CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company)3 min
4.9a Concluding Remarks (Expert Sharing by Prof Lutz-Christian Wolff, Wei Lun Professor of Law, CUHK)1 min
4.9b Concluding Remark (Expert Sharing by Prof CY Chiu, Choh-Ming Li Professor of Psychology, CUHK)2 min
4.9c Concluding Remark (Expert Sharing by Prof George Yip, Professor of Marketing and Strategy, Imperial College London)50s
4.9d Concluding Remark (Expert Sharing by Dr Edward Tse, Founder & CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Company)2 min
4.9e Concluding Remark (Expert Sharing by Mr Gordon Lam, Vice-Chairman and Chief Executive of Hang Seng Bank (China) Limited)56s
4.9f Concluding Remark (Expert Sharing by Ms Helen Cheng, Equity Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm)55s
4.9g Concluding Remark (Expert Sharing by Mr Mingles Tsoi, Director, Startup & Innovation Services, KPMG China)50s
4.9h Startup environment for Chinese entrepreneurs and even for foreign entrepreneurs in China (Expert Sharing by Mr Mingles Tsoi, Director, Startup & Innovation Services, KPMG China)1 min
4.9i Concluding Remark (Expert Sharing by Mr Steve Lau, Founder & Managing Partner of Eagles Fund)2 min
4.9j Concluding Remark (Expert Sharing by Mr Denis Depoux, Senior Partner of Roland Berger)4 min
4.9k Concluding Remark (Expert Sharing by Mr Sheang Fang, CEO of BDF International Co., Ltd)38s
4.10 Week 4 Wrap-up1 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Week 4 Quiz14 min
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par RSMay 9th 2018

Excellent video lectures complemented with an even better presentation and lecture slides.

par ARFeb 21st 2018

Very good, completed and detailed! Highly recommend!

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Prof. Xufei Ma

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Department of Management

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Department of Management

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