CEIBS Knowledge

2020-05-26
Containing the Covid-19 epidemic and minimising its human and economic costs is perhaps the most vital task facing our society today, and accomplishing this task requires the joint effort of governments, businesses, and individual citizens. But how should the responsibility to combat the epidemic be split between these parties and whose interests should be prioritised? Moreover, should firms look after the interests of their shareholders at the expense of the employees? Or should they prioritise the interests of the broader communities in which they operate? Finally, how do firms’ actions to combat Covid-19 affect their prospects in the marketplace? To help answer these questions, this article reports some insights from an experimental study involving participants from the United States recruited on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk crowdsourcing platform.
2020-05-22
Creativity (i.e., the generation of novel and useful ideas) can enhance firm competitiveness under the right conditions. As diverse teams are usually assembled to produce creative ideas, and cognitive team diversity (i.e., diversity among team members in terms of thinking, knowledge, skills, world views, and beliefs) provides diverse cognitive resources for generating creative ideas, interest in the role of cognitive team diversity in creativity has been growing. Extant research suggests that cognitive team diversity can enhance creativity, especially when transformational leadership and team perspective-taking are high. Few studies, however, have theorised and examined how cognitive team diversity influences creativity. For example, does cognitive team diversity similarly influence team creativity and individual creativity? And, does this process involve the same intrinsic motivation mechanism?

News

2020-05-08
A webinar series championed by CEIBS’ Switzerland campus to continue to share world-class management knowledge and piercing business insights during the COVID-19 crisis has attracted its 1,000th participant.
2020-04-30
CEIBS Dean Emeritus Rolf Cremer today helped deliver 400 masks to help fight the COVID-19 epidemic in his hometown of Bad Honnef, Germany.

Upcoming Events

2020-05-28
Please join us for our upcoming CEIBS Executive Forum on May 28, 2020, with Mr. Nicolas Poirot, CEO of Air Liquide China, who will give a lecture on Management Role Evolution in a Fast Changing Market Environment and Increasing Complexity of Organizations.
2020-05-28
You are invited to meet one-on-one with CEIBS Global EMBA admissions staff for a coffee chat in Pudong, Shanghai on May 28, 2020. Find out more about our top-ranked Global Executive MBA programme and the difference it can make in your career.

CEIBS Stories

2020-05-20
In choosing an MBA, I only considered China-based programmes. This eventually led me to pursue an MBA at CEIBS, and I believe this was one of the best decisions that I made in 2019. Looking back, it seems that there were probably two reasons why I was confident in my choice.
2020-05-15
For me, joining CEIBS has opened many doors and has helped me to grow as a scholar and a teacher.

Our Programmes

MBA

At a glance
  • Ranking: #5 in the world and #1 in Asia by the Financial Times
  • Location: Shanghai Campus
  • Duration: 18 months (full-time); 12-month option also available
  • Language: English
  • Class size: 180
Eligibility criteria
  • Bachelors’ degree or equivalent
  • Valid GMAT/GRE or CEIBS Admission Test score
  • Minimum of 2 years of work experience
  • Proficiency in English

Finance MBA

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  • Location: Shanghai Campus
  • Duration: Approximately 24 months
  • Language: Chinese
  • Class size: 2 groups
Eligibility criteria
  • Undergraduate university degree or above
  • Minimum of 5 years of working experience with at least 2 years in managerial positions
  • Currently working full time in a financial institution or in a finance-related function in another industry

Executive MBA

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  • History: The first EMBA programme offered on the Chinese mainland
  • Location: Shanghai Campus/Beijing Campus/Shenzhen Campus
  • Schedule: 24 months (part time); 4 days per month; start dates in May and October
  • Language: Chinese
  • Students: Average age: 40; percentage of top management-level participants: 98%
Eligibility criteria
  • Undergraduate university degree or above
  • 10 years of work experience with 7 years in managerial positions
  • A highly committed organisation that allows you 2 working days off each month to attend classes

Global EMBA

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  • Ranking: #5 in the world for the second consecutive year in the Financial Times’ ranking in 2019
  • Location: Shanghai Campus/Zurich Campus/Accra Campus
  • Duration: 20 months (part time)
  • Language: English
  • Class size: 100
Eligibility criteria
  • Undergraduate university degree or above
  • 10 years of work experience with 7 years in managerial positions
  • Strong command of both written and spoken English
  • A highly committed organisation that allows you 2 working days off each month to attend classes

Hospitality EMBA

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  • Location: Shanghai Campus/Zurich Campus, EHL (Lausanne, Switzerland),  Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong
  • Duration: 18 months (part time)
  • Language: Chinese or English with simultaneous interpretation
  • Class size: 100
Eligibility criteria
  • Undergraduate university degree or above
  • 10 years of work experience with 7 years in managerial positions
  • A highly committed organisation that allows participants two working days off each month to attend classes

Executive Education

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  • Service: 13,000+ companies, 180,000+ participants
  • Programmes: Open Enrolment Programme (OEP)/Company Specific Programme (CSP)
  • Location: Shanghai Campus/Beijing Campus/Shenzhen Campus/Overseas
  • Type: Single Module/Multi Module
  • Language: Chinese