Past Event: Stanford GSB Chapter of Hong Kong

Date:
Morning, Saturday, 22 March 2014
Time:
10:00 AM to 14:30 PM (Including Lunch)
  10:00    Check-in & Refreshments
  10:30    Presentation by GSB Professor Hau Lee
  12:00    Lunch & Q&A with Dean Saloner
  13:30    Dessert & Networking
  14:30    Conclusion
Stanford Speaks:
GARTH SALONER, Dean, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
HAU LEE, Thoma Professor of Operations, Information and Technology, Director of the Strategies and Leadership in Supply Chains Executivie Program, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Topic:
The Business of Change
: A Conversation with Dean Garth Saloner
Value Chain Innovations for Developing Economies:  Professor Lee
Place:
Island Shangri-La Hotel, Pacific Place, Hong Kong
Registration:
Please pre-register by CLICKING HERE or by contacting Sarah Roach at roach_sarah@gsb.stanford.edu.  Cost is USD 60, including lunch and dessert.  Spouses are invited and encouraged to attend.
Event Details:
The Stanford GSB Chapter of Hong Kong is pleased to invite you for a special in-depth event with Dean Garth Saloner and Professor Hau Lee. The Dean’s presentation will cover Online Education Initiatives, SEED Innovation Centers and Stanford Ignite, as well as other priorities and initiatives of the GSB.  Professor Lee will n-the-ground entrepreneurs and practitioners that create value for developing economies.  Such approaches involve re-engineering different industrial and agricultural value chains to support economic development and poverty alleviation.  In the following VIDEO Professor Lee discussing Value Chain Innovation in Developing Economies and in this ARTICLE, he discusses the Bullwhip Effect.