What Western Companies Don't Understand About Chinese Companies
Future of Work
First 15-20 minutes is for networking Light breakfast included
Hosted by the Human Capita l Committee
As Asia's economies develop in size and complexity, Asia's companies, too, have become more diverse. Today, Mainland Chinese companies are venturing abroad and Western firms are attempting to penetrate the China market, a shift in market dynamics that requires new types of talent. Successful companies need executives with the diverse skill sets to navigate cultural, normative and global business intricacies. Matthew Maslin and Sherman Chin of Odgers Berndtson Hong Kong will introduce their experience in recruiting executives to Chinese and Western firms, the changing market dynamics in China, and what it takes for an executive to succeed in China today.
During this interactive breakfast session, Mr. Matthew Maslin, Managing Partner and Mr. Sherman Chin, Partner, both from Odgers Berndtson will share with you:
China business norms vs. Western business norms: What's different? How the China market is changing Competition at home as precursor to competition abroad The new dynamics in the China talent search What talents a top executive at a PRC firm must have How Hong Kong fits into the equation Executive searches for talent in China: the way forward
The American Chamber of Commerce in HK 1904 Bank of America Tower 12 Harcourt Road Central, Hong Kong