AmCham Shanghai’s HR Committee and Education Committee are pleased to jointly hold their first events of 2018 focused on how leading companies and business schools are developing their executives to excel in the 21st century global business environment. Join us on 11 January to learn from two leaders in the field, one each from the Harvard Business School and General Electric. Both schools and major corporations devote substantial efforts and resources on non-degree executive education which boasts typically shorter programs with an academic and strategic focus.
- <!--[endif]-->The Harvard Business School opened their Harvard Center Shanghai nearly a decade ago, and has since been working with top companies in the region on leadership development. One of our speakers, Ms. Tracy Pang, Director of Client Relations, has been with the Shanghai center since its opening.
- <!--[endif]-->GE’s Crotonville campus has been famous for decades as a center for leadership development; GE launched its Crotonville China initiative in 2003. Our other speaker, Mr. Roy Tan, is Dean of GE Crotonville China.
We look forward to a deeply informed and valuable discussion with these two leaders in the field, and to your participation.