Uber has plunged headlong into China’s immensely complex and hypercompetitive transportation and taxi app market. Can it win?
For three decades strategy guru Gary Hamel has been stressing upon the need to make innovation a systemic capability, but have organizations done their bit?
Gary Hamel, the Godfather of Management 2.0, on reengineering the DNA of organizations based on, among other things, the principles of markets.
Having finally brought its innovative technology here, Tesla China now faces the challenge of making it work in the worldʼs largest auto market.
Tom Doctoroff, CEO, J. Walter Thompson Asia Pacific, on why marketers need to embrace the digital era without forgetting the fundamentals of traditional branding and marketing.
In a little over 10 years, Proya has become a leading domestic cosmetics brand in China by focusing on the underserved population in the hinterland, and now it wants to go global.
We put together 10 Jack Ma quotes that sum up the Alibaba founder’s business philosophy and his inspiring journey as an entrepreneur.
Sheena Iyengar, author of The Art of Choosing, on the limitations of choice—and how to choose wisely.
Germany is the football world champion. What can companies learn from the success of the German soccer team? Hermann Simon, Chairman of Simon-Kucher & Partners and author of the highly acclaimed Hidden Champions, sees seven important lessons for companies that can be derived from the team’s performance.
Infiniti, a relatively new entrant in China’s luxury automobile sector, is growing at a phenomenal pace. Daniel Kirchert, MD, Infiniti China, talks of the company’s China strategy, competition with the German car makers, and the need to become a ‘social topic’ in China.