Key Learning Objectives

  • Gain an understanding for the past, current and future importance of China within the global market
    • Appreciate the implications of history, politics, and culture to conducting business
  • Identify and appraise distinct global operating strategies
    • Learn market stratification tactics and assess the relationships of market, product and global operation and marketing strategies
    • Discuss supply chain management
  • Explore specific issues related to managing in Asia
    • Compare and contrast challenges and strategies related to recruiting, developing and retaining employees at different levels of the organization
    • Explore generational and regional differences, while assessing methods to motivate employees
  • Identify and discuss ethical issues related to managing in Asia
  • Develop professional networks through contacts established through the course
  • Gain leadership experience to promote confidence, efficiency and effectiveness in international business

Doing Business with China Partners

Corporate partnerships distinguish this program.  This program is made possible through domestic and international leaders that share knowledge, insights and resources.  2018 Partners are pending. 

Past partners include:

Clifton-Addison Kimberly Clark Rockwell International
GE/GE Healthcare Miller Electric US Export Center
Douglas Dynamics Modine Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
FBI Oshkosh Corporation Xiao Mi Corp