Read â PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É By Edward TseThe author s boots are on "THE GROUND INSTEAD OF SIMPLY HOVERING "ground instead of simply hovering some level of the stratosphere peering at China from on highOther reviewers will comment on the stories and business lessons in the book to be sure this book has all this and in spades This book will also eventually get blasted by those who think that Tse is looking at China through rose colored glasses For example the FT s review In these pages entrepreneurs are pushing boundaries never bribing officials or pinching other companies blueprints
He hardly alludes to the close ties that China s entrepreneurs musthardly alludes to the close ties that China s entrepreneurs must with the ruling Communist party nor to tainted milk crashing high speed trains or dodgy wealth management products The na vet argument falls flat for two reasons First this criticism ignore s the book s central thesis namely why the businesses and entrepreneurs that Tse chronicles are different from many of their contemporaries Hence the book s title Second China is a complex enough society arguably the most complex in the world to encompass a multiplicity of valid stories and even narratives A valid account of today s China is enough of a challenge in and of itselfTse s book need not be read as a be all and end all judgment on modern China such a book honestly speaking will probably never exist It does an exemplary job at addressing its topic is accessible for most readers and tells stories that may be difficult to otherwise access in such detail Based on these merits it should be reuired reading for those interested in modern China its business landscape or its newest generation of citizens growing p in ncertain turbulent but exciting times A good and interesting book written by an expert who knows what he. Lobal standards Meanwhile companies in the rest of the world wonder
how they canthey can the fast rising incomes of Chinas 13 billion consumersNow Edward Tse a leading global strategy consultant reveals how China got to this point and what the countrys rise means for the United States and the rest of the world Tse has spent than twenty years working with senior Chinese executives learning firsthand how Chinas most powerful companies operate Hes an expert on how private firms are thriving in what is still officially a communist country His book draws on exclusive interviews and case studies to explore estions such asWhat drives Chinas entrepreneurs Personal fame and fortuneor a The Writers Handbook 1999 uest for national pride and communal achievementHow do these companies grow soickly In 2005 Lenovo sold just one category of products personal computers in one market China Today not only is it the worlds largest PC seller; it is also the worlds third largest smartphone sellerHow does Chinese. 5 star to for ality and prompt delivery time Though I found the book very average It seemed to "ME THAT THE AUTHOR KEPT PROMOTING CHINA AND THE "that the author kept promoting China and the without actually sharing insights or strategies they sed Well put together piece and a lot of fresh ideas about how China s tech industry emerged It s a difficult genre to publish on because everything in China changes each 6 months One minute Xiaomi is the pin p boy the next minute its on struggle street and then a year later its selling phones than Apple Still the author was pretty smart in piecing this title together in that much of the content will still resonate
"years on despite the ebs and flows of the companies mentioned in "on despite the ebs and flows of the companies mentioned in book and those not even mentioned such as OFO MOBIKE and LeEco Edward Tse is well known in the Chinese consulting industry and knows his stuff which is eminently evident from even a brief perusal of his new book China s Disruptors This is a thin book and a ick read but it stands out from a glut of other books on Chinese business for one simple reason this book is one of the first to accurately capture what the fast moving innovative and exciting new sectors of Chinese business feel like on the ground Disclaimer I live and work in ChinaTse is doing than describing a historical trend or a new current in business practice which he Beneath the Surface (Reluctance, undoubtedly does very well His book is a depiction of a zeitgeist the texture and atmosphere of an age For the average reader even those fairlyp to date on China this is a rare glimpse into a world that is alien to both everyday Western experience and most assumptions about
What China Is And IsChina is and is I haven t read a book like this since Zha Jianying s Tide Players that feels like. In September 2014 Chinese e commerce giant Alibaba raised 25 billion in the worlds biggest ever initial public offering Since then millions of investors and managers worldwide have pondered a fundamental The Service uestion Whats really going on with the new wave of Chinas disruptors Alibaba wasnt an outlierits one of a rising tide of thriving Chinese companies mostly but not exclusively in the technology sector Overnight its founder Jack Ma appeared on the same magazine covers as American entrepreneurial icons like Mark Zuckerberg Ma wasickly followed by the founders of other previously little known companies such as Baidu Tencent and XiaomiOver the past two decades an nprecedented burst of entrepreneurialism has transformed Chinas economy from a closed impoverished state run system into a major power in global business As products in China become and sophisticated and as its companies embrace domestically developed technology we will increasingly see Chinese goods setting Is talking about Nevertheless the description is one way a bright future for a great Country full stop Too little consideration is given to the negative side of today s China including social considerations IP human rights etc Also 50 pages shorter would have been enough This said in many respects it is a mind opener even if some conclusions should be supported by harder data and not it is a mind opener even if some conclusions should be supported by harder data and not somewhat personal considerations Ed s book is excellent and I am recommending it to many clients In fact I have purchased many copies to give to my clients in China and elsewhere in the worldI "Wish I Had Had It When I "I had had it when I starting working in China 8 years ago It g Some things are very interesting especially the way Chinese deal with their political environment They see it as part of We westerners are always trying to but they see it as part of a bigger challenge As one has described The West believes that free markets will adjust themselves naturally China believes that the economy is highly complex system and like all complex systems it must be tightly controlledIt s also important to nderstand why so many mobile apps aggregate so many features It s not because Chinese Doctor Who and the Planet of the Daleks users don t know how to download many apps But because there so many app stores in China andsers have a low incidence of loyalty to brands that sometimes it may be hard to find them China is also a country where the majority of its B2C services are yet to mature so aggregating all these services into one single app has been a successful strategy adopted by the major Internet companies specially BATTowards the end of the book it begins to repeat itself a lot which gets Cable Deadpool Vol. 1: If Looks Could Kill uite boring But overall is good material related to a fresh landscape. Culture shape the strategies and tactics of these business leaders Can outsiders copy what the Chinese are doingCan capitalists really thrive within a communist system How does Tencents Pony Ma serve as a member of Chinas parliament while running a company that dominates online games and messagingWhat impact will China have on the rest of the world as its private companies enter new markets acuire foreign businesses and threaten established firms in countless industriesAs Tse concludes I believe that as a conseuence of the opening driven by Chinas entrepreneurs the push to invest in science research and development and the new freedoms that people are enjoying across the country China has embarked on a renaissance that could rival its greatest era in historythe Tang dynasty These entrepreneurs are the front line in Chinas intense hunger for success They will have an even remarkable impact on the global economy in the future through the rest of this decade and beyond.
By Edward Tse