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Dr. Anil K. Gupta

Global Strategy in the Age of China and India
The rise of China and India is a game-changing phenomenon.

Changing the Rules of the Global Game
Is Your Company A Rule Maker or A Rule Taker?

Building and Exploiting Global Presence
The Quest for Global Dominance: Transforming Global Presence Into Global Competitive Advantage

Cultivating A Global Mindset
Individuals differ in how they sense and interpret the world around them. So do organizations. And, these differences matter.

Leveraging Synergies Across Businesses
Capturing synergies across businesses is one of the hardest tasks for most CEOs.

Global Strategy in the Age of China and India
The rise of China and India is a game-changing phenomenon.
Gupta talks about why China and India are the only two countries in the world that simultaneously constitute four game-changing realities: mega-markets for almost every product and service, platforms to dramatically reduce a company's global cost structure, platforms to significantly boost a company's global technology and innovation base, and springboards for the emergence of new fearsome global competitors. He then outlines how companies can leverage the market and the resource opportunities presented by the China and India phenomenon to achieve global dominance within their particular industries.

Changing the Rules of the Global Game
Is Your Company A Rule Maker or A Rule Taker?
Gupta talks about why every company must cultivate a bias for changing the rules by which it plays the global game within its industry. He then shares the logic that companies can use to reinvent the rules of the game by rethinking answers to the three classic questions for every business: How can we dramatically redefine who our target customers are? How can we dramatically reinvent the value that we should be delivering to our customers? And, how can we dramatically redesign the end-to-end value chain architecture in order to create and deliver this value?

Building and Exploiting Global Presence
The Quest for Global Dominance: Transforming Global Presence Into Global Competitive Advantage
Gupta talks about the key questions that business leaders must address in order to develop winning strategies to go global and to transform global presence into global advantage. He offers conceptual frameworks that executives can use to answer these questions and illustrates these frameworks with compelling examples.

Cultivating A Global Mindset
Individuals differ in how they sense and interpret the world around them. So do organizations. And, these differences matter.
Gupta shares his insights about why far too many companies are blind to the ongoing transformation of the global economy and the real opportunities and challenges resulting from this transformation. He offers concrete guidelines that individuals and companies can use to develop a global mindset. The development of a global mindset requires not only an openness to and knowledge of diversity across cultures and markets but also the ability to integrate across this diversity.

Leveraging Synergies Across Businesses
Capturing synergies across businesses is one of the hardest tasks for most CEOs.
Gupta shares insights from his research and consulting experience about why most companies talk incessantly about the benefits of synergy but find it very hard to actually realize these benefits. He talks about how companies can sidestep three common pitfalls in the pursuit of synergies: assuming that just because two businesses have something in common, there must be synergies; ignoring the possibility that alliances between independent companies may sometimes be more effective and efficient than internal coordination between peer business units; and, looking only at the potential benefits while ignoring the costs associated with trying to realize synergies.

 

Ms. Haiyan Wang

China’s progress: can it breach the Great Wall?

China e India: por qué invertir en ellos

How China Sees The World - And What It Means to You

Cultivating A Global Mindset

China’s progress: can it breach the Great Wall?
“Even when China reaches the size of the US economy by 2025, it will still be relatively poor,” said Haiyan Wang, Adjunct Strategy Professor at INSEAD and Managing Partner of the China India Institute, noting that China’s income per capita would be only a quarter of that of the United States. “It still has a long way to go,” she said, addressing several areas in need of transformation. First, China has to shift from an export-driven economy to one relying on domestic consumption. Second, China has to move toward innovation and away from imitation. But “innovation will happen, driven by the sheer number of scientists and engineers, government pumping in a lot of money and the spillover effect from MNC (multinational corporations’) labs in China,” she added.

China e India: por qué invertir en ellos
China e India son dos de las economías más pujantes a donde las empresas mexicanas definitivamente tienen que entrar, pero de la manera correcta: con una visión y estrategia que considere a esos países como los dos megamercados que son, según con Haiyan Wang, académica y coautora del libro Getting China and India Right.
Wang es profesora adjunta de Estrategia en la Escuela de Negocios INSEAD y es socia-gerente del Instituto China-India, organización enfocada a la generación de estrategias globales exitosas que apalancan el crecimiento transformacional de China e India.

How China Sees The World - And What It Means to You
China is everywhere - in the daily papers you read, in the products you purchase. Some see China as mega opportunities to pursue for business and personal growth. Some fear the threats. To date, most portraits of China are provided by westerners and run a serious risk of being superficial or even wrong.

As in a chess game, who wins or loses depends not just on how good you are, but crucially also on how well you understand your counterpart. Whether you are selling to, buying from, partnering, or competing with China, understanding how China sees the world including itself will make you smarter in your dealings with the Chinese.

Haiyan Wang presents an insider's perspective on how people from various social layers of China - political figures, business leaders, professionals, urban laborers, farmers, and youth - see the shifting landscape and their role in it. She will bring alive the hot button issues facing people from different walks of China. It is these hot button issues that matter to government and business decision makers within China as well as outside.

Cultivating A Global Mindset
Faced with a rapidly changing global landscape, many people continue to rely on their old lenses to make sense of the world around them. The winning global leaders, whether individuals or companies, will be the ones with a global mindset who truly grasp the unprecedented transformation of the global economy, and possess the capabilities to sense, filter, and integrate diverse opportunities on a global scale ahead of the pack.

Haiyan Wang will offer concrete guidelines that individuals and companies can use to develop a global mindset, which requires not only an openness to and knowledge of diversity across cultures and markets, but also the ability to integrate across this diversity.

 

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