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Nine in 10 grads rate their b-school degree a good to outstanding value
June 25, 2015
Early Job Offers for Full-Time Two-Year MBA Grads at Three-Year High
A few good women: group targets female Hong Kong entrepreneurs as tech sector diversity suffers
July 31, 2015
In a development expected to address the lack of female representation in the technology sector, among other concerns, Hong Kong-based social...
Asian women lead MBA revolution
July 31, 2015
Asian women are in the vanguard of a revolution in the world of business education, new research shows.
A quality consumer experience is key to service design thinking
July 31, 2015
In today’s competitive marketplace, the customer quality experience has assumed a major role as a key business differentiator, making the practice of...
“Is it not terribly sad when the hotel melts?”
July 31, 2015
Arne Bergh, founder and creative director of ICEHOTEL, Sweden, watches his 65-room, 5,500 square-metre hotel thaw and dissolve every spring. But no,...
Car-sharing and 'anti-loss' apps among Hong Kong start-ups selected for Google mentorship scheme
July 31, 2015
Ten Hong Kong start-ups have been selected for a five-month mentorship programme run by US tech giant Google, the firm announced on Monday.
A good policy on crowdfunding will enhance Hong Kong's role as global financial centre
July 30, 2015
Ming Wong says crowdfunding is here to stay, so local government and financial leaders need to build a model for it, as other centres have.
Dividing team tasks: Is there a better way?
July 30, 2015
Self-managed teams may sometimes adopt task divisions that are all wrong for the project. Managerial intervention can help avoid this.
Dividing team tasks: Is there a better way?
July 30, 2015
Self-managed teams may sometimes adopt task divisions that are all wrong for the project. Managerial intervention can help avoid this.
JP Morgan pitches in to help entrepreneurs launch social ventures in Hong Kong
July 30, 2015
JP Morgan teams up with philanthropic group to help budding entrepreneurs realise their dreams.
Universities are the new battleground for democracy in Hong Kong
July 29, 2015
Kerry Kennedy says protests over perceived government interference in university management, most recently in HKU, reflect society's divided views on...