Published: September 21 2006 16:40 | Last updated: September 21 2006 16:40
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, China’s first private business school, is proving that it can be as innovative as its Western counterparts with a high level summit which is literally that.
It is planning a China-India summit for the first half of 2007 which will be held in the Himalayas. The summit is intended to bring together the chief executives from companies in both China and India.
The idea builds on Cheung Kong’s growing expertise in running programmes for chief executives. In April the school ran the first of the four modules of it China CEO programme, which it delivers in conjunction with Insead and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. The fourth and final module will be delivered in Beijing in November.
The school is also developing a China/Japan/Korea programme based on the same principles.