David Ahlstrom, Professor of Department of Management at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School, was named by
An enjoyable October week for a group of MBA students as they went on their Autumn Study Tour to Hokkaido.
Whether it was a backspin or a counter-smash, all our players had a great time playing in the Table Tennis
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CUHK MBA alumnus Kevin Li Yatong came back to campus and met with a group of mainstream Hong Kong media.
It was such a privilege to be able to sit down with Professor Roger Levermore, who recently joined the CUHK Business School, for a chat and understand a bit more about him. Professor Levermore will be teaching strategic management courses and Scenario Planning, a new course aims to help students develop a forward-thinking mindset to think and plan 5-10 years ahead. Through his position as Associate Director of the MBA Programmes, Professor Levermore is commissioned to help students cultivate different soft skills, etiquettes of meeting people and how to make better connections in order to advance their career network.
Venus Tse Weithaeuser was a trained hardware engineer prior to pursuing an MBA. She now works at Credit Swisse, responsible for the overall definition and development of the bank’s digital strategy as well as executing partnerships with financial technology companies. It is hard to imagine someone with a technical background strives and thrives in the banking industry as the industry has always been extremely traditional, jammed with legacies from the “old banking world”.
Philippe Delplancke graduated from the MBA Programme in Entrepreneurship at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2014.
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