The capability of being innovative is an essential requirement for the long-term survival of a company. For a long time Chinese companies have been perceived as imitating instead of innovating. China was seen as the workbench of the world, just manufacturing what foreign companies created and developed. In 2006 a national campaign to enhance the innovation capabilities of the country was started by the Chinese government. Political measures were mainly directed at the macro-economic level, to improve the National Innovation System (NIS). Beside that the innovative potential of individual companies depends on the managerial and organizational capabilities - what about the strategic relevance of innovation in the company? How are new ideas found, selected, implemented? What about supportive organizational structures and processes?
Prof. Werner Fees
Professor of Management at GSO University Nuremberg
Academic Director of GSO Management Institute
Visiting Professor at US-, Chinese, and Greek Universities
10 years management experience in telecommunications industry (Philips, Lucent Technologies) as Head of Strategic Planning, Head of Product Management, Vice-President Controlling
20 years experience as Management Consultant and Trainer (e.g. for Ericsson, Lucent Technologies, Deutsche Telekom)
Time: 10. June 2020, 19:00 (UTC+08)
Venue: Online via Zoom
Meeting-ID: 917 419 79839
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