Articles

  • SWFs evolving into competitors from clients

    July 13, 2015 | Private Equity | Pensions & Investments | Media mention

    Sovereign wealth funds continue to expand in-house management capabilities, a trend that could see them morphing into competitors or collaborators from clients.

  • Digital China Boom

    July 08, 2015 | CEO Forum

    As China's e-commerce market evolves, the most successful retailers and brands will be those that invest to engage with customers at all three stages of this journey.

  • How Transport is Changing in China

    June 22, 2015 | World Economic Forum

    As rapid urbanization transforms China’s urban mobility landscape, car owners are increasingly forced to contend with deteriorating driving conditions and tighter regulations, making car ownership in these large urban areas more expensive and less convenient and safe—hence, less attractive.

  • China hospitals: Complicated prescription

    May 19, 2015 | Private Equity | Asian Venture Capital Journal | Media mention

    , a partner in Bain & Company's Hong Kong office and co-author of Bain's Global Healthcare Private Equity Report 2015, "Recent liquidity events have given people confidence and they're seeing the value creation opportunity."

  • Motivate Employees with Values, Not Red Tape

    April 17, 2015 | Bangkok Post

    Rather than develop a rigid framework of rules, high-performing companies lay out clear principles for how people work together.

  • Motivating staff with values, not red tape

    April 17, 2015 | The Business Times (Singapore)

    High-performing companies develop adaptive operating models that empower their employees to solve problems as they arise.

  • Adapting Your Operating Model to Win Customers

    April 17, 2015 | Bangkok Post

    Successful companies ensure that each element of their operating model works together to meet customer needs and priorities.

  • Adapting your operating model to win customers

    April 10, 2015 | The Business Times (Singapore)

    An operating model that puts customers first defines accountability at every rung of the ladder.

  • How to jumpstart a stalled process

    April 02, 2015 | The Business Times (Singapore)

    When there's a persistent gap between strategy and execution, the culprit is usually an obsolete or misaligned operating model. Individual changes such as adjusting spans and layers may help, but an integrated solution will provide deep-seated, enduring change.

  • When Weak Operating Models Happen to Good Strategy

    April 02, 2015 | Bangkok Post

    When there’s a persistent gap between strategy and execution, the culprit is usually an obsolete or misaligned operating model.