07–12 AUG 2016 | $10,000 USD
China's legal sector is changing fast, and growth opportunities abound for law firms with the right leadership. In a new program focused on law firm strategy and leadership in a Chinese context, you'll gain the insights, frameworks and tools that will help you design a winning strategy for your firm or practice, create an exceptional professional staff and firm culture, deliver excellent service, and lead your firm to new levels of success.
AUG–DEC 2016 Session | $61,000 USD
- 21–27 AUG 2016 — Module 1 (Tsinghua SEM, Beijing, China)
- 16–22 OCT 2016 — Module 2 (CEIBS, Shanghai, China)
- 04–16 DEC 2016 — Module 3 (HBS Campus, Boston, U.S.)
Offering the latest thinking on China and the global marketplace, this leadership development program helps you build competitive advantage. Jointly developed by Harvard Business School; the School of Economics and Management, Tsinghua University; and China Europe International Business School, the program helps executives renew their perspectives, rethink their role, and manage more effectively.
MAR–JUL 2017 Session | RMB 280,000
- 17–22 MAR 2017 — Module 1 (GSM, Peking University, Beijing, China)
- 14–19 MAY 2017 — Module 2 (Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, Oxford, U.K.)
- 9–14 JUL 2017 — Module 3 (HBS Campus, Boston, U.S.)
Drawing on global best practices in family business management, this program helps leaders of today's Chinese family businesses leverage their firms' unique strengths as they increase innovation, design effective growth strategies, and plan smooth leadership succession—making the strategic and organizational changes that will sustain growth and success for generations to come.
APR–JUL 2017 Session | RMB 570,000
- 23–28 APR 2017 — Module 1 (CEIBS, Shanghai, China)
- 11–16 JUN 2017 — Module 2 (IESE, Barcelona, Spain)
- 23–29 JUL 2017 — Module 3 (HBS Campus, Boston, U.S.)
Enhancing leadership skills and strategic vision, this program prepares Chinese CEOs to build world-class enterprises in a global environment. Jointly developed by Harvard Business School, China Europe International Business School, and IESE Business School, the curriculum explores factors influencing business performance and examines the CEO's role as it relates to strategic, governmental, investor, market, societal, and trade union issues.