Monthly Archives: May 2017

Study: Chinese companies are more ‘Western’ in picking CEOs than Japanese

The Asian Nikkei Review has noted a recent PwC study of CEO succession among the world’s 2,500 largest publicly traded companies and has found that China and Japan pick new CEOs with very different profiles. Approximately 14.9% or 372 companies more »

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Survey: Employee (dis)engagement in Asia

The Asian Nikkei Review has noted a recent survey by Gallup conducted globally from 2014 through 2016 which found that workers in East Asia are much less engaged in their jobs than their counterparts in the rest of the world. more »

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Indian CEOs show Silicon Valley can be a “brain deposit” for future repatriation

The Asian Nikkei Review has noted one thing both Microsoft and Google have in common – they are both headed by Indian CEOs in their 40s: Satya Nadella, the 49-year-old chief executive officer of Microsoft, is from Hyderabad in Southern more »

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