Realistic Expectations

Many companies and MBAs have untenable hopes for the China market, says Baocheng Liu, dean of Sino-U.S. School of International Management

Founded in 2002, the Executive MBA program at the Sino-U.S. School of International Management is a joint venture between the University of International Business & Economics (UIBE) in Beijing and the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. Most of the students come from the Chinese subsidiaries of big multinationals, including IBM (IBM ), Microsoft (MSFT ), Ericsson (ERICY ), Alcatel (ALA ), and Dell (DELL ).

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