China

Details

  • Service: Advisory, Management Consulting, China Outsourcing Advisory Services
  • Type: Business and industry issue, Case study, Event, Video
  • Date: 11/1/2011
  • Length: various Minutes

 

KPMG 2nd Annual China Shared Service Summit 2011 (Nov 2011) Webcasts 

YOUTube Videos (for Hong Kong and Overseas viewers)

Welcome Address Opening Speech (Zhang Qiang-CCIIP)
State of the Nation-Shared Services in China (Ning Wright) Shared Services in China-Coming of Age (Edge Zarrella)
Key Enabler of HSBC Group Strategy (Rumi Contractor) Panel: Business Case for MNCs SSC in China (Edge Zarrella)
Lifecycle of a Shared Services Centre (Kai Cui) Panel-Hybrid SSC-Service Providers Option (James Pang)
Panel: Sustainability Roadmap of SSC (Edge Zarrella)

 

 

 

YOUKU Videos (for China viewers)

 

 

 Welcome Address   Opening Speech (Zhang Qiang-CCIIP)   State of the Nation-Shared Services in China (Ning Wright)
 2nd China Shared Services Summit 2011 - welcome address   2nd China Shared Services Summit 2011 - opening speech    2nd China Shared Services Summit 2011 - state of the nation
         
Shared Services in China-Coming of Age (Edge Zarrella) Key Enabler of HSBC Group Strategy (Rumi Contractor) Panel: Business Case for MNCs SSC in China (Edge Zarrella)
2nd China Shared Services Summit 2011 - Coming of age 2nd China Shared Services Summit 2011 - Key Enabler 2nd China Shared Services Summit 2011 - Business Cases
Lifecycle of a Shared Services Centre (Kai Cui) Panel-Hybrid SSC-Service Providers Option (James Pang) Panel: Sustainability Roadmap of SSC (Edge Zarrella)
2nd China Shared Services Summit 2011 - Lifecycle 2nd China Shared Services Summit 2011 - Hybrid 2nd China Shared Services Summit 2011 - sustainability

 

 

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