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In today's ever-evolving business landscape, marked by unprecedented challenges and rapid transformations, corporate culture stands as the bedrock upon which enduring success is built. Studies from Harvard Business Review have shown that organizations with a positive corporate culture experience 20% higher productivity levels and are 21% more profitable compared to their counterparts with weaker cultures. Moreover, renowned companies, known for their strong emphasis on culture, have consistently ranked among the top workplaces globally, attracting top talent and fostering innovation, both of which have become more crucial than ever before nowadays for resilient business growth.

Join us for a thought-provoking discussion with esteemed industrial experts and business leaders on the key principles and practices that underpin a thriving and strong corporate culture, and gain actionable insights and innovative approaches that can empower your own organization to flourish amidst challenging market conditions.

Please note that this event is limited to senior-level executives and per invitation only. If you are not an existing member of The Economist Intelligence Corporate Network, but would like to learn how you can attend our events, please contact us.


  • Jul 6, 2023

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Registration & Network
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM


  • Regina Tsai (Managing Director & Partner of BCG)

    Regina Tsai

    Managing Director & Partner of BCG

    Ms. Regina Tsai is a Managing Director and Partner of Boston Consulting Group (BCG). She leads China Leadership Academy and is a core leadership member of BCG’s People and Organization practice and CEO Advisory program in Greater China, a core leadership member of People Strategy topic in Asia Pacific. With more than 16 years of consulting experience, she has deep expertise in the fields of organization and governance, leadership and talent, cultural transformation, HR trends, etc. She serves clients in high-tech, Internet, consumer goods and luxury goods, retail, real estate, logistics and other industries. She is good at promoting executive consensus and enabling enterprises to implement strategies through the lever of organization and talent.

    Based on her expertise and extensive project experience, she has co-authored several popular BCG publications, including Improve Organizational Effectiveness, Can You Only Think of Layoffs, Try BCG's Three-step Method to Build Corporate Culture, Create A Data-driven Evolutionary Organization, Lead the Organization with A Learning Thinking to Break Through the Dilemma, An Organizational Evolution Driven by both Talent and Information, etc. She is also a popular speaker for many corporate events and forums, such as Google Summit, Microsoft Envision, LinkedIn conference and so on.

    She holds MBA and BA in National Taiwan University.

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  • Vera Zheng (Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific Strategy and Head of China, Parexel International)

    Vera Zheng

    Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific Strategy and Head of China, Parexel International

    Vera serves as the Senior Vice President, Head of Asia Pacific Strategy, and Head of China in Parexel.

    Her work in the capacity of Corporate Strategy in the Asia Pacific Region includes regional strategy and investor liaison, strategic investment plans, partnerships, and supporting cross-functional growth and innovations across the Asia Pacific.

    As the Head of China, she leads the efforts of the Greater China Region Leadership Team to drive business growth in China.

    Vera graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine. She has over twenty-five years of experience in product and service portfolio management and brand and public relations management at leading global companies. This includes more than ten years of experience in IQVIA and Parexel in the Asia Pacific region.

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  • Charlie Liu (CEO of Sino Talent Solutions)

    Charlie Liu

    CEO of Sino Talent Solutions

    Charlie Liu is CEO of Sino Talent Solutions. STS is providing full services solutions to clients across Organization Design and Senior Executive Search. Charlie worked for Heidrick & Struggles for nearly 9 years and Russell Reynolds Associates for 4.5 years, served as a Global Partner and General Manager of the Shanghai Office.

    Before entering Executive Search, Charlie also had a 15-years corporate working experiences gained from the MNCs and a start-up company. He worked as Regional Business Director for Honeywell and worked as Senior Business Development Manager for Dow Chemical Company in Asia Pacific region. Earlier in his career, he co-founded an Internet software startup-NetDragon Company. Charlie started his career as a marketing specialist for Nortel Networks in China and spent many years as a Marketing Manager and Program Manager for Motorola in the US.

    Charlie is also a member of the Project Management Institute (USA) and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). He published many talent related articles and is a frequent speaker to Talent Development, Culture Build up and Organization Transformations.

    Charlie is one of top executive interviewed by CCTV for Oversea Talent Recruitments and a frequent guest speaker for EMBA Students on Career Development issues.

    Charlie has MBA from University Illinois at Chicago, and MEM (Master of Engineering Management) from Northwestern University and B.S degree on Telecommunications from Beijing Union University

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  • Tammy Tang (Managing Director, China, Colliers)

    Tammy Tang

    Managing Director, China, Colliers

    Tammy has over 23 years' experience in the China real estate market, working in both developers, occupiers and brokerage sides. She has worked in Guangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing, Shenyang, Chengdu and Xi'an. Her expertise includes site selection, acquisition, disposition and portfolio strategy for occupiers, as well as development consulting, portfolio strategy, investment, project lease and sales for developers and investors. Because of her diverse experience in the industry, she has indepth knowledge in real estate policy and market dynamics in the China market, providing real insight and value to her clients.
    Tammy started her career in residential and retail brokerage. Then start focusing on Industrial properties since 2006. In 2017, she was responsible for Colliers' West China business, covering Chengdu, Xi'an and Chongqing. In 2019, Tammy was promoted as the Managing Director of China for Colliers, responsible for the full scope of businesses all over China.

    Tammy focus on leading the growth of Colliers China as the leader in the industry. She continues to attract the best talents. Colliers China is awarded by HR Asia as the Best Company to work for in 3 consecutive years. She leads change by innovation by starting Culture and Leisure Operations services in 2020 while the China focuses on the growth of domestic consumption. At a personal level, Tammy act as an advisor to mayors and authorities on city development, economic development and investment promotions. She is also active in training young talents in the real estate industry, helping the growth of the industry as a whole.

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  • Dr. Weisi Xie (Shanghai Director of Economist Intelligence Corporate Network)

    Dr. Weisi Xie

    Shanghai Director of Economist Intelligence Corporate Network

    Weisi Xie is the Shanghai Director at the Economist Intelligence Corporate Network (EICN), and is responsible for engaging with top executives in the region on key economic and political issues as well as industry-specific analysis to support their businesses in the dynamic Chinese market.

    Mr. Xie served as an Assistant Professor of Economics at Shanghai Jiao Tong University before joining EICN. As a trained trade economist, his teaching and research mainly focused on the fields of international trade, industrial economics and economic development, with a particular emphasis on China’s economy in a global perspective. He also possesses extensive expertise in the non-profit sector through work experience with think tanks and international organizations, including the Shanghai Institute for National Economy and the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva, Switzerland, where he contributed to multiple government counseling projects and policy studies. His work has appeared in leading academic journals as well as major economic policy publications.

    Mr. Xie has a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and a B.A. in International Business from Southwestern University of Finance and Economics.

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