Reloaded from Shanghai
You must be surprised why you're getting this email and ... what a blast from the past! Many of you used
A New Business Card
As I was procrastinating on the preparation for the upcoming Accounting and Global Strategy final exams over the weekend, I thought it would be fun to design my own business cards for the Seattle trip next week.
COASSF-33-Gangnam Style Goes to Stanford NCAA Half-Time Show
The dance "Gangnam Style“ was performed by 26 Sloan Students from Stanford University Graduate School of Business, for the NCAA Men's Basketball Game Stanford vs Cal State on Nov 12, 2012 (Stanford won, of course).
COASSF-32-GSB Reporter-Bubbles & Flash Mob
The Stanford Business Reporter featured two articles from Sloan Class of 2013, Sten's "The Stanford Bubbles", and my "Recounting the Flash Mob".
COASSF-31-A Dummy's Guide to Business Plan
I translated one of my old presentations on Business Plan Writing from Chinese into English. The original presentation was first used in my talk in China Central Academy of Fine Arts to a class of graduate students who wanted to learn more about the business world.
COASSF-20-Dance of My Life
At 11:50am, on Friday, Oct 12, 2012, Stanford GSB Sloan Fellow Class of 2013 surprised and amused hundreds of students and faculty members in Knight Management Center by performing a spectacularly successful flash mob, dancing to the massive global No. 1 hit song "Gangnam Style".
COASSF-18-10 Reflections of a CFO
In Real-Life Ethics, our lecturers, serial entrepreneurs and VCs Mark Leslie and Peter Levine gave us another intriguing case of dilemmas involving an SEC investigation and a CFO. A few years ago I was just like the protagonist in that case and experienced something similar.
Why Here, Why Now, Why Again?
I've moved back to the States since June. The questions I've got a lot lately are: why are you here in Stanford?why are you back to the States?why are you moving your home base again?
COASSF-09-Stanford MBA vs Stanford Sloan Fellow (MSx)
Sloan Fellow is a very unique program. It's in a league of its own with no other benchmark in this business. It's not an MBA, neither an EMBA. For experienced professionals, Stanford's Sloan Fellow Program is the best and ideal destination before turning page over to the next chapter.