China Management Solutions: Succeeding in the Must-Win Market

Nanjing, China | August 13, 2012


China Management Solutions: Succeeding in the Must-Win Market


“The China Managers Handbook – How to manage your FIE”


Deciding who should fill the key roles in a foreign-invested enterprise (FIE) in China is often a source of significant hesitation. Many businesspeople simply want to know what responsibilties and legal liabilities they’re getting themselves into before signing on any dotted lines.


Many questions arise when it comes down to founding your own foreign-invested enterprise in China. Who should you put in charge? What are the crucial positions of a FIE? What does the Chinese tax law say about salaries received by employees of a FIE in China? If you are looking to create your own entity in China or have questions about the setup of your current management structure, we would like to invite you for a presentation and discussion based on our in-house publication “The China Manager’s Handbook.”


The presentation will touch on the following:


  • ž   The working structure of a FIE
  • ž   The key positions of senior personnel
  • ž   Chinese tax and legal regulations concerning the operation of an FIE in China.



“Developing Local High Potentials and Leaders in China


The Chinese market has developed quickly in the last few years, especially in human resources. High potentials are important for the company to be successful, therefore it is important to encourage high potentials and to develop their skills. The development of high potentials in China is about developing mostly younger members of staff. The presentation addresses some specifics and also provides a wide view on the issue.


The presentation focuses on leadership culture and the issues that are faced when developing high potentials as leaders. The focus is mainly on soft skills, but also on certain ‘hard skills’ which can be very helpful for the development of high potentials.


 Furthermore the presentation will touch on the following:

•    Global leadership standards

•    Company culture and local culture

•    Leadership culture of local companies

•    Soft skill development targeted to the company’s own leadership culture


Speaker:  Jochen Schultz

                   Managing Director,

                    MTI Management Consulting (Beijing) Co., Ltd.




5:30-6:00 p.m. Registration

6:00-6:45 p.m. “The China Manager’s Handbook” presented by Fabian Knopf

6:45-7:00 p.m. Break

7:00-7:45 p.m. “Developing Leaders and High Potentials in China”

7:45-8:30 p.m. Refreshments and networking





About MTI:

MTI is specialized in training and organizational development thinking globally but acting locally.

In doing this we are especially focused on helping our customers successfully implement their strategies and to measurably contribute to our customer’s targets. 


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