Motto and Six Pillars
We aim to maintain its ability of nurturing top-notch management talent to meet the needs of Hong Kong, the mainland and the world. We follow CUHK’s global vision and mission “to combine tradition with modernity, and to bring together China and the West” as our motto. We have also established the “six pillars” (Theories, Practices, Internal Network, External Network, Strategic Perspectives and Social Contribution) as our programme’s core value to enhance the well-being of the business community and society. We keep on being innovative to keep pace with the dynamics of the marketplace.
Course Relevancy and Practicality
We continue to introduce new course content and bring new learning experiences to the students. To enhance relevancy and practicality for quality teaching, we partnered with business leaders and our faculty members to have successfully developed five case studies entitled “TSL Jewellery: An Innovator Across Generations,” “Hung Fook Tong: From Hong Kong to China,” “AMOREPACIFIC Hong Kong: Marketing Korean Beauty Products,” “OpenSky.tv: A New Business Model – Content Creation, Curation, Consumption, Commercialisation” and “Incubation and The Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation.” All these cases were eventually published by Ivey Publishing and are also currently available at the Harvard Business Publishing website or Ivey Publishing website. Annie Yau Tse, Chairman and CEO of Tse Sui Luen; Ricky Szeto, General Manager of the Hung Fook Tong Group; senior management of AMOREPACIFIC Group; Wilson Yuen, Founder and CEO of TFI Digital Media Limited (OpenSky.tv is a video platform of TFI); and Albert Wong, CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation were also respectively invited to the classroom to share their insights and discuss the real business case of the companies with the students.
Lifelong Learning Opportunities and Networking
To provide lifelong learning opportunities and enhance lifelong networking for EMBA alumni and students, we have been conducting different types of non-credit bearing seminars/events since 2002 and invited all EMBA alumni and students to attend. Distinguished leaders, academics and government officials were invited to share their experiences and insights with the alumni and students. EMBA alumni and students were also invited by different organisations to attend public events and share their perspectives with senior leaders in business, government, and non-profit organizations, etc. Some previous public events included “Talking to CEOs” Radio/TV Programme and “New Thinking in Management” Radio Programme.