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Gad Ariav Mit Forum Global Strategy Viz Cn

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Opportunities in the Chinese market: Strategy, Tactics and Practical Tips
Sunday, January 24, 2010

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  1. 1. TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY “Globalization 101”: Faculty of Management China @ Crossroad, 2009 Max Perlman Center for Global Business International Business Strategy viz. China: The Unique Qualifiers Zhang HongTu Gadi Ariav Image sourced from Saatchi Gallery website. MIT Forum, January 2010 Copyright Max Perlman Center for Global Business 2010 © 1/8
  2. 2. TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Faculty of Management Max Perlman synopsis Center for Global Business one world – ready or not thinking strategically – global arbitrage? homework: configure the IB architecture the CN-modifiers: national differences, different stake-holders doing business in/with CN: challenging no excuse for ignorance-based failure unavoidable? Copyright Max Perlman Center for Global Business 2010 © 2/8
  3. 3. TEL AVIV the design of global UNIVERSITY Faculty of competitive corporate Management Max Perlman Center for business architecture Global Business key strategic global choices: home country supplier / production countries customer countries partner countries competitor strategic global choices the global arbitrage case: global added value from trade key global operational choices (“G5”): platform, network, intermediary, entrepreneurship, investment Copyright Max Perlman Center for Global Business 2010 © 3/8
  4. 4. TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Faculty of global business strategy: Management Max Perlman implementation agenda Center for Global Business managing the value network: manufacturing and supply networks locating components globally marketing payments and collections control: risk and asset protection governance Copyright Max Perlman Center for Global Business 2010 © 4/8
  5. 5. TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Faculty of IB strategy: Management Max Perlman global strategic modifiers Center for Global Business national differences: history, economic history political economic system legal system culture country linkages stakeholders: esp. government and public ethics and social responsibility Copyright Max Perlman Center for Global Business 2010 © 5/8
  6. 6. TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Faculty of Management Max Perlman Center for Global Business Copyright Max Perlman Center for Global Business 2010 © 6/8
  7. 7. TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Faculty of Management Max Perlman CN ultimate combination Center for Global Business infinite pool of low wage, not-trained labor fast increase in productivity w/o impact on wages emerging and huge consumption markets potential access to global best practices diversified economic development among provinces acceptable secondary and tech education acceptable political stability very high political independence Copyright Max Perlman Center for Global Business 2010 © 7/8
  8. 8. TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY Faculty of Management Max Perlman China strategic modifiers Center for Global Business national differences: history, economic history: long, transitional political economic system: market socialism stakeholders: esp. government and public legal system: practice precedes law culture: deep, somewhat transitional ethics and social responsibility country linkages: China-fication of WTO Copyright Max Perlman Center for Global Business 2010 © 8/8
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