Archive for January, 2016

Private Equity Failing Operationally

Saw an article on doing Private Equity purchasing of Chinese companies. The article certainly has implications for private equity anywhere.  It is very insightful, and I encourage you all to go see what Sigulegruff says: Take a look at this Moreover, there have been few success stories across buyout deals in China. One issue was […]

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Posted in: China, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Decision Making, Market Entry, Private Equity Acquisition Recruitment

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Great Leaders and Fatal Flaws – We Can Avoid

Great leaders are certainly made and not born as my Alma Mater knows. However, sometimes great leaders still fail after learning much. Are we doomed to a fatal flaw? In our company situation, great leaders are discovered and recruited for our Western customers. Experiences in their lives and choices they made led them to be who […]

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Posted in: China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Motivating Workers, System, Team Development

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Recruiting Risks vs Supplier Risks

Recruiting risks are often not given enough emphasis. Supplier risk is usually in the trustworthiness of the supplier alone. However, the raw materials do not lie or deceive, so you do not face the double risk. Investing investing in your people is good business let’s look at two aspects Recruiting Risks are Greater than Supplier Risks […]

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

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