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Learning to Lead in China: Michael Faye Goes to China Case Solution & Answer

This case, presented in a comic book format interesting, describes the first two weeks after Michael Faye (disguised), an expatriate manager, takes office as president of China operations for a major Western multinational. A Zimbabwean by birth, with considerable experience in Asia, Michael had little first-hand experience in the Chinese market itself. Your challenge is to quickly assemble a steep learning curve to find the easiest and fastest way to fill his two goals repositioning operations in the China market way and repositioning of China in the spirit of the multinational state. The accompanying video, including an interview with Michael, gives participants an overview of how you see your role as well as their approach to learning and networking. This case can be used in conjunction with the case entitled “Antonio Scarsi takes command” (IMD324). Together, both focus on “learning leader in China” and encourage participants to consider the very different learning and leadership qualities common to both expatriate managers face challenges in the management of urgent business growth Chinese styles. Cases encourage participants to consider: 1) what their own leadership and learning styles are similar, and their consequences, and 2) what they could do to become leaders and more effective and efficient new missions students, and 3 ) how to learn from each other during the class discussion.
by
William A. Fischer,
Rebecca Chung
Source: IMD
10 pages.
Publication Date: February 2, 2007. Prod #: IMD322-PDF-ENG
Learning to Lead in China: Michael Faye goes to the solution to China

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