Chinese Projects

I facilitate projects through leadership, intellectual capital, experience and understanding the needs and desires of all the stakeholders—this means listening.  The intent is to move forward.

Consult on Virtual Executive Recruiting Firm in Hong Kong

Jan 2019

Project description

This Firm sought a seasoned recruiting advisor that will provide advise on the following initiatives:
>Strategic Growth advice
> Market-Entry for new market niches
> Advise on M&A, acquiring a company, etc.
>Database / connection sharing

The point of the effort was to look at their mission holistically and optimize their strengths and minimize their constraints. In order to be effective and competitive the firm's tasks were distributed and off-shored to minimize cost. They provided executive search support in Hong Kong while leveraging research and search efforts by staff in the Philippines.

New niches were suggested in segments they were not currently pursuing. Two of the recommendations fit in the their sweet spot.

They are seeking growth and various ways to do so in concert with their staffing and resource pattern were presented.

A number of traditional database methodologies were reviewed and as well more progress mobile models to support their structure.

In summary, they agree they have a number of things to consider to add value to their firm to increase the number of searches and complete them in a more timely manner that industry standards.

INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION with VISITING CHINESE OFFICIALS

Sep 2015

Project description

Requested to meet and discuss various subjects of interest in the Fall of 2015 in Houston.

Examples of interaction:

-- Wastewater treatment in China, the challenges, the opportunities, and my experience in a cooperative joint venture-- project finance, technology, government role, and partner interactions with small to medium water and wastewater projects.

-- Industrial Transformation from 1.0 to 4.0 and government's role in facilitating an environment for change.

-- Oil and Gas Technology from Drake's well forward and the incremental technology improvements over time that have led to more efficient and profitable operations. "Fracc""ing and how it is has helped the industry. The challenges of the oil and gas transportation networks over time.

-- Merger and Acquisitions > The reasons companies merge, acquire, and divest as well as the government's role in such activities.

-- Consolidation in sectors > Examples included the consolidation of the defense sector in the 1990s as well as government's role

-- Texas Medical Center > Examples of technology breakthroughs, the use of a medical accelerator for spin off companies, the University settings for medicine.