”Innovating is changing perspective.”

– Mark Greeven

Dr. Mark J. Greeven is a Chinese-speaking Dutch Professor of Innovation and Strategy. For over a decade he has been collaborating with Chinese innovative companies and entrepreneurial multinationals. Thousands of executives have followed his workshops on innovation, strategy and China.

Thinker | One of the “2017 Thinkers50 Radar list of 30 next generation business thinkers”, an annual ranking that the Financial Times deemed the “Oscars of Management Thinking”. Read my interview here: Thinkers50 Q&A

Author | Mark has written Business Ecosystems in China: Alibaba and Competing Baidu, Tencent, Xiaomi and LeEco (Routledge, 2018) and forthcoming Pioneers, Hidden Champions, Change Makers and Underdogs: Lessons from China’s Innovators (MIT Press, forthcoming).

Educator | Mark has taught dozens of courses on innovation, strategy and entrepreneurship at global universities such as Zhejiang University, Erasmus University Rotterdam School of Management, Duke University Kunshan, East China Normal University, emlyon business school, Technical University Berlin.

Speaker | Book Mark as a speaker: SAGE Worldwide




Philosophy@Work – Thinkers50

Happy to be making my contribution to Philosophy@work (www.philosophyat.work) by @Thinkers50 and @AndersIndset. This will be Smörgåsbord of interesting insights to encourage and enable people to make use of philosophy in business. 50 reflections on practical philosophy from the world’s leading thinkers. Check out the book here: www.philosophyat.work #Philosophy #PhilosophyAtWork #Leadership #Management #Business #thinkers50 #PracticalPhilosophy …

A mandarin narrative

Understanding the China effect on global innovation will be essential for companies that wish to compete in China, take advantage of China’s innovation capacity, and adopt Chinese approaches to innovation to improve their own performance. The overall effect is that more innovation will originate in China—from both Chinese and global companies—and more companies would adopt …

Innovation@Work – Thinkers50

Chinese business ecosystems developed and transformed from organic growth to rapid expansion by investment, incubation, innovation and internationalisation. What they have in common is an aversion to adopting the standard metrics structures used by most multinationals. Their unique ecosystem, under which suppliers, distributors or customers become partners, helps them achieve early success in a highly uncertain …

”Innovating is changing perspective.”

– Mark Greeven