CEIBS KNOWLEDGE

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2021-12-02
What killed marriage? China’s divorce rate is up 75% in a decade
See You Again, China’s first divorce reality show, has caused quite a stir in a country now facing a surging divorce rate.
2021-11-25
Making Chinese-style elderly care work
The world is now witnessing an accelerating ageing process. It is estimated that the population of those aged 60 and above will more than double from the current 962 million (equal to 12.3% of the glo…

UPCOMING EVENTS

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2021-12-11
CEIBS MBA Experience Day: Leadership Decision Making in a VUCA World
Great leaders are great decision-makers. Put yourself in the shoes of a CEO: Your company is at a crossroads. You are split on a decision that is critical to its future. Your employees are counting on…
2021-12-15
Online Lecture: China's Competitive Context
The CEIBS Global EMBA programme, ranked #2 in the world by the Financial Times, invites you to attend an exclusive online lecture with CEIBS Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship Daniel…

NEWS

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2021-12-02
CEIBS faculty shed light on talent development at Pudong forum
New alliances, a future orientation, passion and effective organisational planning are needed to develop talents capable of powering competitive organisations.
2021-11-23
CEIBS Insights 2021: Consensus and cooperation crucial to achieving carbon goals
Consensus and cooperation around new energy will be crucial to achieving carbon goals, according to speakers at the CEIBS Insights 7th Europe Forum 2021 streamed online today.

CEIBS STORIES

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2021-12-07
Business Adventures: A Tale of Two Davids

How easy is it for foreign professionals in China to run their own business, make meaningful connections, and create the lifestyle they want?

2021-11-09
News never sleeps: Making the leap from CEIBS to the BBC

Irene Asare is the founder and former CEO of CarvinClay People Development, an HR consultancy firm based in Accra, Ghana. Fresh from graduating alongside her Global EMBA 2018 classmates this past September, Irene is about to embark on another personal and professional adventure as HR Director for BBC News – the division of the British Broadcasting Corporation responsible for gathering and broadcasting news in the UK and around the world.