THE 2nd WEBINAR OF A SERIES
Applying the Lessons of Haier's Rendanheyi beyond China
Becoming an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Enabling Organisation
In this second webinar, we will explore how key elements and principles of Haier’s model of organising have been adopted by Western companies that have been previously acquired from the Chinese giant.
We will draw general conclusions about how the Rendanheyi—and the more general movement of management transformation of which it is an expression—can provide potential answers to the questions of organizing in the 21st Century, beyond China.
We'll be hearing directly from the experience of GE Appliances & Haier Europe—through the voice of their leaders—and how they've done so far.
In the opening, we’ll be also hearing directly from Haier’s CEO Zhang Ruimin: in an exclusive video interview he will reply to some of the questions that emerged in the previous webinar of the series (catch up with that here).
May 28, 2020
2-4 pm Central European Time
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CEO General Electric Appliances, a Haier Company
CEO Haier Europe, incl. Candy Hoover
with a Q&As session featuring
Bram van der Lecq
MSc Culture, Organization and Management — Researcher at Corporate Rebels
Professor of innovation management at IMD, author of the book “Reinventing Giants: How Chinese Global Competitor Haier Has Changed the Way Big Companies Transform” and long time consultant of Haier’s iconic CEO Zhang Ruimin
Co-founder Boundaryless and Original Ideator of the Platform Design Toolkit
Featuring an exclusive interview with
CEO Haier Group
In which he replies some of the questions emerged in our previous webinar on the following macro-topics:
Applying Rendanheyi beyond China
Haier’s next phase? How will it look like?
How are strategic changes inspired by the CEO communicated, implemented, and challenged by the rest of the company?
Exploring Haier’s purpose in a world in change: what’s beyond customer experience?
Learning and applying Haier's Model of Organizing
1st Haier Certified Online Course
If you're enjoying our webinar series on Haier you may consider to join an upcoming 3 Half Day online course certified by the Haier Model Institute that Bill Fischer, Simone Cicero and team will facilitate online on June 16-17-18 for a limited cohort of maximum 40 participants.
The course will be an excellent opportunity to:
- Learn more about the story of Haier and the basics of Rendanheyi organizational model;
- Identify the cultural elements that need to be developed if your organization wants to embrace a culture of entrepreneurship and ecosystem enablement;
- Explore the pitfalls and challenges in transforming an organization into a rapidly evolving organism;
- Discover a practical set of visual tools to design experiments to be executed in your organization.