Chinnovation: How Chinese Innovators are Changing the World (Anglais) Relié – 5 avril 2011
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Well, not quite.
Drawing on a wealth of on–the–ground stories and thorough research, Chinnovation: How Chinese Innovators Are Changing the World shows how Chinese companies of every stripe have dispelled this myth and overcome the barriers to successful, profitable innovation.
- How did Neil Shen, co–founder of CTRIP Capital China, see the opportunity for a Chinese travel site?
- How did Ray Zhang, CEO of Ehi, scale up one of the most innovative hybrid car–rental companies in China?
- How did Zhang Tao, CEO of Dianping, start a ZAGAT–inspired user–review site for restaurants and establish a continuous process of innovation?
Yinglan Tan has spent more than five years learning the secrets of Chinese innovators, a fast–growing subculture playing key roles in China′s transformative transition from "Made in China" to "Innovated in China." Learn:
- What is the path that an innovative Chinese private–owned enterprise take?
- How blue–chip innovators remix business models successfully in China?
- What are the capabilities that these innovative companies acquire?
- How they harness the necessary resources and navigate around legal restrictions?
- How do they attract, train and retain talent?
- How do these companies experiment with innovative approaches and also manage the risk of innovation?
- What are the lessons learnt and how would these entrepreneurial innovators advise others who are embarking on the same journey?
China′s rapid economic growth has made it a crucial market but multinational corporations are now competing with China′s own homegrown businesses. Chinnovation: How Chinese Innovators Are Changing The World uncovers the common threads amongst Chinese entrepreneurs as they reach into a wider world.
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
It is a pragmatic view, not always what you would expect---or would like to read---but that is precisely what makes it useful. Some of the data presented is too optimistic and perhaps drives into simplistic conclusions, for example the explanations on why local Chinese Internet players have dominated the market. The competitive environment in China is different from that in the USA or other developed nations, with a very strong influence by the national agenda and a lower level of maturity of the legal system.
The book also covers China's innovation philosophy which is based more on gradual innovation (combination of existing innovations) versus true disruption, which is typically supported by many years of government funded basic research. The books shows plenty of examples of these but I would have liked to see more about how these Chinese innovations, particularly around the Internet, can or cannot be exported elsewhere, a true sign of global success. You are left with the impression that these innovative companies can only succeed in the Chinese market.
I met the author, Tan Yinglan, recently at a conference in Shanghai. His presentation was top notch and was the key motivating factor in me getting this book to help navigate shark filled waters
I recommend this book to anyone looking to start a business in China or as a reader for any entrepreneur.