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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Siemens Healthcare Industry Management Seminar Series Begins

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April 22, 2014. Shanghai – Localization is among the biggest challenges faced by multinational companies (MNCs) entering the Chinese market. To help ensure that CEIBS MBA students are prepared to meet this challenge, top managers from Siemens China are giving a series of seminars at the Shanghai Campus over the next two months that will cover various aspects of localization. Siemens Healthcare China CFO Mr. Klaus Loeslein gave the inaugural lecture tonight entitled, “The Role of the CFO in a Changing Industry Environment”. More than 40 CEIBS MBA students, alumni, and prospective students turned out for the event, which was organized by the CEIBS MBA Healthcare Club and hosted by the CEIBS Centre for Healthcare Management and Policy and the CEIBS MBA Career Development Centre. 

Siemens Healthcare Industry Management Seminar Series Begins
From left: Siemens Healthcare China CFO Mr. Klaus Loeslein and CEIBS Associate Dean and MBA Programme Director Prof. Chen Shimin

CEIBS Associate Dean and MBA Programme Director Prof. Chen Shimin welcomed Mr. Loeslein and thanked him for the efforts and contributions that he and his Siemens colleagues are making to help ensure that CEIBS MBA students have an in-depth, first-hand understanding of these issues, which include: 

-          Organization structure;
-          Long-term strategy development;
-          Rationalizing finance policy;
-          Product innovation for local markets.

The next seminar, on April 29th, will see Mr. George Chen, General Manager of Laboratory Diagnostics for Siemens Healthcare China speak on the topic, “What’s a Successful Strategy?”.

Siemens Healthcare Industry Management Seminar Series Begins

Writer: 
Xulan Fu (MBA 2015)
Editor: 
Xulan Fu (MBA 2015)
Photo Editor: 
Xulan Fu (MBA 2015)