Tapping Asia: Chinese Commerce and Cultural Perspectives

Chinese owned business interests control a staggering 98 percent of the East Asian economy outside Korea and Japan. China’s influence is rapidly growing, and its entry into the global economy has opened up enormous opportunities. At the same time, the differences between East and West—cultures, values, and business practices—are taking on new significance. Whether you seek business opportunities in China or the region, manage a business in China, or work with Chinese employees or partners, it is imperative to comprehend the fundamentals of interacting with the Chinese and the enduring set of cultural and social principles that underpin their organizational and commercial practices. Gain the basics for doing business in a Chinese context with an insider's perspective on how to successfully interact and work with Chinese businesspeople in China and around the globe. This seminar engenders broad strategic perspectives based on an understanding of cultural foundations. Participants will come away with a solid, integrated understanding of Chinese business and social practices and the ability to foster constructive business relationships.

Fee: Yes

Contact Information:
James Van Doren
Executive Education
james.vandoren@case.edu
Phone: 216-368-6413
Fax: 216-368-0200

Website Resources:
Tapping Asia: Chinese Commerce and Cultural Principles
Wednesday, June 7, 2006 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sponsored by: Weatherhead Executive Education

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