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  1. Businesses turn to universities to help boost staff productivity

    Posted Apr 21st 2007, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... to the individual as well as to the company as a whole- with employees benefiting from improved capability such as better marketing and management skills, and the company gaining from higher productivity ... Kenneth Ko Hong Kong employers are concerned about staff capability upgrading and keen to allocate more resources to bolster workforce productivity. This involves an integral part ...

  2. Companies also gain from MBA internships

    Posted Nov 01st 2011, 12:00am

    ... that it is also a two-way street. The companies want to hear ideas, they are looking for alternative perspectives, and they are keen to understand the thinking and dynamics affecting business practice ... in a certain way for a number of years. We are asked questions that lead to checking assumptions, and I find that very valuable.' Each year, the company creates four to eight special projects ...

  3. Training expert sought by e-commerce company

    Posted Oct 04th 2008, 12:00am by Carmen Tao

    ... Susie Gyopos, Carmen Tao A golden opportunity has arisen for individuals with competent training skills and an appetite for fresh challenges. A company that fosters the productivity ... community and the Hong Kong government for the provision of government electronic trading services. 'The challenge of this position is to understand our new services and products and get a good ...

  4. From concept to product

    Posted Jan 12th 2008, 12:00am by Richard Watt

    ... is moving at such a rapid rate that it is no longer solely the domain of engineers, scientists, and research and development staff- it is now required to be managed strategically at company level, ... to creating new products and services. Also, innovation is not only about generating new ideas but bringing those ideas to the market and making them commercially successful. To do so, managers need ...

  5. A productive juggling act

    Posted Nov 15th 2008, 12:00am by Liz Gooch

    ... and even company or site visits,' Dr Chan said, adding that it was also essential for students to complete reading before classes. Being realistic about what you can commit to and finding ...

  6. Company's success is a case in point

    Posted Nov 15th 2003, 12:00am by Michael Taylor

    ... Kong-based manufacturer Gara Plastic Products, was able to increase his company's business significantly after completing an executive MBA at the Richard Ivey School of Business (Asia) in Hong ... objective was to bring my company to the next level.' Ivey, based in Ontario, Canada, launched an executive MBA programme in Hong Kong in 1998. A conventional part-time MBA will follow next ...

  7. Islamic banking at fledgling stage

    Posted Feb 12th 2011, 12:00am by Chris Davis

    ... been churning out Islamic or Sharia-compliant banking products. Hang Seng Bank took the lead in launching Hong Kong's first Islamic fund, while Middle Eastern entities have been long-term ...

  8. Companies go to school for top hires

    Posted Feb 26th 2008, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Companies such as financial services provider AXA and Methanex Asia-Pacific, a worldwide leader in the production of methanol, are seeking HKUST graduates as they have proved their worth. But what qualities and attributes are these companies looking for when they search for ideal candidates? 'We formally started to employ MBA graduates in 2006 with our regional management trainee ...

  9. Group to mull use of electronic textbooks

    Posted Sep 06th 2008, 12:00am by Liz Heron, Mimi Lau

    ... to the extent that they are producing their own storyboards and media productions. We are going to demonstrate and promote it to the rest of the schools in Hong Kong in about six months.' ...

  10. Business schools and companies forge bonds

    Posted Jul 19th 2004, 12:00am by Michael Taylor

    ... it more closely with businesses in Australia and Asia,' he said. A key element of this trend is the move towards customised corporate and executive education- whether for individual companies or for a consortium of like-minded companies. MBAs now account for 75 per cent of AGSM's revenue, but Professor McLean expects customised courses to grow from contributing 25 per cent of earnings ...




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