Products in Asia
the past decade, product development outsourcing and customer-driven
co-development have become effective ways to build competitive
advantages. Many companies are targeting Asia, not only
because of cost advantages but also to gain access to emerging
markets and to the rich talent pool in countries like India, China,
Japan, and Korea.
discusses how to maximize the effectiveness of co-development
projects in Asia. You will gain a profound understanding of
how traditional Asian values such as a strong group orientation, a
long-term perspective, and low tolerance for ambiguity can be
leveraged to maximize a project’s success. Ways to handle
risks and to protect intellectual property will also be discussed.
By participating in
this session, you will learn techniques and strategies to help you
achieve effective collaboration with suppliers, partners, customers
or your own workgroups. Learn how to:
Build trust and achieve strong team motivation
caused by cultural differences and misunderstandings
management and IP protection
strengths of people in China, India, Japan, or Korea to optimize
your product development efficiency
Invite your whole
team to join you - the fee is the same as long as you are on one
line, just put it on speakerphone!
About the Session Leader
is a former Vice President and General Manager with Texas
Instruments, a Fortune 500 high-technology company.
During his 18-year corporate career he has been managing
large distributed product development organizations across
the U.S., Germany, India, China, Japan, and Australia.
He has a wealth of experience in achieving productive
cooperation across cultures and driving business success on
a global scale.
This AudioSession is not currently
scheduled. If you would like us to offer a repeat session in the
future, please fill out our
Topic Request Form
July 25, 2006
Unlimited attendance per phone connection
for this event is now closed
How To Register:
Online Registration Form
You will receive:
confirmation of your registration and dial-in instructions
of presentation slides emailed to your office prior to
questions answered by an expert - both during the session (live)
and after (by email)