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Integrity and responsibility of leaders
I am often asked by prospective or current MBA students what it takes to build a successful career and become an influential business leader...
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Welcome to the boardroom: Your second career
Executive managers who join corporate boards as directors are often unprepared for the transition and fall out of favour quickly. To make the shift successfully a strategic vision is needed...
CY Leung accused of penalising HKU over honorary degrees
Baptist University sent letter from chief executive promising it more autonomy over honorary degrees - but HKU never received same pledge. Leung Chun-ying has been criticised for allegedly...
Knowing your strengths can lead to a fulfilling life
Finding a job or career path that feels absolutely right can be surprisingly hard...
Saïd Business School and Global Shapers Community collaborate to create new solutions to shape the future
Two new scholarships announced for Global Shapers to join the Oxford MBA programme...  
To achieve success, first you must fail
“Success” is a big word for companies. For businesses, it is the ultimate objective. All entrepreneurs and start-ups are aiming to be the next big success, hoping to become the next generation of...
Witman Hung: Qianhai spearheads China’s new wave of business reform
With more than 25 years’ experience in the computing industry, Dr. Witman Hung has seen a lot of changes and gained a great deal of experience...
Bilingual children may have lower Alzheimer's risk
Learning two or more languages benefits a child's overall academic ability, and may even guard against disease, an expert says. Being raised bilingual is good for you. It can boost your...
Why we'll invest in a Banksy
In October 2013, a pop-up vendor selling small spray-painted canvases appeared in Manhattan’s Central Park...