The world’s most populous country, the People’s Republic of China is currently in a period of balancing unprecedented economic growth with demographic and environmental transitions. Although it is officially a Communist state, economic reforms that started in the late 1970s have made China the world’s fastest-growing economy. Especially for managers of multinational organizations, China represents an emerging consumer base and potentially the beginning of long-term shifts in global manufacturing and consumption. However, for many executives, the intricate interplay of politics, a nascent capitalist economy, and the language present complex challenges.
Business Schools Enjoy Resurgent Demand for Executive Education
By Seb Murray on Jun 21, 2022
The pandemic dented revenues but there are signs of resurgent demand for training on an expanding array of topics and in new modalities