Robert Lawrence Kuhn

Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn is an international corporate strategist, investment banker and expert on China. Since 1989, he has worked with China’s senior leaders and advised the Chinese government on matters of economic policy, industrial policy, mergers and acquisitions, science and technology, media and culture, Sino-U.S. relations, and a variety of international business matters. Dr. Kuhn advises leading multinational companies, CEOs and C-Suite executives, regarding formulating and implementing China strategies in a variety of sectors, including science and technology, energy and resources, industrial, media and entertainment, healthcare / medical / pharmaceuticals, consumer products, and financial services. He works with major Chinese companies on structuring their capital markets financing and M&A activities.


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Pitney Bowes CEO Murray Martin: A Big Believer in The Cloud

Pitney Bowes CEO Murray Martin argues that cloud computing makes his company more resilient and nimble without compromising security—and that companies need to attract the next wave of workers who are familiar with these new technologies.

Robert Lawrence Kuhn CEO Interviews , Cloud , Technology July 13 2011

Thirty Ways to Resist Groupthink

Because Groupthink is so insidious, comfortable and prevalent, it is a constant challenge for CEOs. This is especially so in the age of the Internet. Only the proactive administration of psycho-social antidotes can counteract the poison of groupthink.

Robert Lawrence Kuhn Leadership & Strategy , Talent Management September 6 2011
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Beware Groups

The Internet is generating “groupthink” inside groups and greater conflict between groups. Here, Chief Executive details the three types of groupthink and how CEOs can resist groupthink in their organizations.

Robert Lawrence Kuhn Leadership & Strategy , Talent Management September 19 2011

Optimization is the “Best” Option, Not Necessarily the “Maximum” One

It’s not the label on a policy or program that counts, but its effectiveness. “Optimum” means achieving an ideal outcome, balancing myriad parameters and criteria. Optimum is usually not the “maximum” outcome, but may be the “best” outcome.

Robert Lawrence Kuhn November 4 2011
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In Search of “Optimizationism”

Key Takeaways Determine your primary assets and assess your vulnerabilities to a sudden decline in one or more of them. [...]

Robert Lawrence Kuhn Leadership & Strategy November 4 2011
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How to Deal with the Chinese Government

Robert Lawrence Kuhn February 14 2012

How to Deal with the Chinese Government

In the real world of doing business in China, the landscape is shifting. Foreign companies can no longer do business in China today in the same way that they have in the past.

Robert Lawrence Kuhn China , Global Business February 14 2012

What China’s New Leader Means for Business

Because of China’s politico-strategic framework, it is crucial for CEOs to understand China’s leaders. That’s why CEOs must know Xi Jinping, China’s upcoming new leader, who will likely lead for 10 years.

Robert Lawrence Kuhn China , Global Business May 22 2012

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