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There is a difference in business culture between Asia and the West. Much of the startup related literature are western dominated and there is a vacuum for Asian business strategies related discussions in English. On each episode of CHATS, Old Chang will pick a topic which will interest English speaking founders and professionals by seeking out relevant lessons from Chinese history.
 
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Stage 1: Starting Up Phase , form with those you trust, your brothers. Unity and Staying together 初创阶段,用兄弟,心齐。 Stage 2: Scaling up Phase, make use of professional talent, to tap on each other’s strengths 成长阶段,用专家,强力。 Stage 3: Explosion phase, leverage on external partnerships to harness scale and resources 完胜阶段,用外协,集势。 Talent comes in many forms, d…
 
1. Talents come in all shapes and sizes. 2. Startup is an extreme sport. The skill sets getting into ivy league, a PHD or into a prestigious firm only reveals technical competency. The skill sets requied to get admitted into the above mentioned may not be relevant for the purposes of a startup. 3. Founders need to be clear on what kind of team they…
 
Dear founders and listeners, this is Old Chang. Welcome to my new podcast Program CHATSU - Chinese history and Tech Startups, where we draw lessons from history to chart our own future. In this episode, we will explore how Liu Bei courts ZhugeLiang and draw parallel to how Jack Ma courts Joe Tsai during the early day of Alibaba.…
 
Hello everyone, this is my try in recording a podcast to talk about Chinese History and some learnings for startup founders. Will like to start with something famous and light today - 三顾茅庐 (San 1 Gu4 Mao 2 Lu 2 Literally which means, 3 visits to the grass hut) Some person takeaways from the story for start up founders 1. Ask what is your current po…
 
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