Archive for July, 2012

Do You Feel Confident You Are Getting The Right Information From Your China Enterprise?

Getting the right data is critical in any good decision as Six Sigma advocates like me will often point out. Sitting in the home office, how comfortable do you feel about the information you are getting? Do you feel comfortable as a leader in a China factory that you are getting the true and complete […]

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Posted in: China, Culture Development, System

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‘Who’ Needs a Closer Look

Over a year ago I did a post called Who Then What.  I also land on this topic in other ways as it is so important and especially in China. Have you considered the transparency of how your team relates? Politics and positioning eat up time and the organization. One hire of a political player, and you […]

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Posted in: China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Leadership, Team Development

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Disney Shanghai As a Model for Leadership

My family loves Disney Hong Kong and is waiting expectantly on Disney Shanghai which is not due to open until the end of 2015.  I attach a good story about the process of developing it here They mention in the article something that helps make Disney great. Every design in the Shanghai Disney Resort is […]

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Posted in: China, Leadership, Market Entry, Motivating Workers, Team Development

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Expectations, Expectations, Expectations

Just read a great article over at China News Brief on the interior of China and JV’s.  Take a look here. I only want to talk about one thing they mentioned though I liked the whole article. They mentioned in a couple different ways and finally used the word,  expectations.  Surely, in hiring, in customer […]

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Posted in: China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Customers, External Stakeholders, Leadership, Negotiating, Quality, Sourcing

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