From long-time Alibaba executive and former special assistant to Jack Ma, this is the first book to articulate how Alibaba's unique culture and "taichi" management principles are providing a business and economic development model for the rest of the world.
An entrepreneur and investor, with over 20 years of management experience in e-commerce and digital media.
As the Alibaba Group's 52nd employee, Brian served as Vice President of Global Initiatives, where he led the creation and management of international programs for governments, entrepreneurs and universities to demonstrate how e-commerce can promote inclusive development in emerging markets. During his 16-year tenure with the firm, Brian served as the Special Assistant to the Chairman for international affairs and Executive Director of the Alibaba Global Leadership Academy (AGLA), and led Alibaba.com's global sales and marketing operations.
Brian is available for keynote and other speaking engagements. Advisory services and team workshops can also be booked with Brian.ALL EVENTS & INFO
This year's #Thinkers50Radar member Brian A. Wong has contributed to the early globalization efforts of the Alibaba Group whilst working as the company's Chairman Jack Ma’s special assistant for international affairs...Event Details
In this webinar, Mr Brian A. Wong – Managing Director of Seacliff Partners Limited and Founder and Chairman of RADII Media expounds on his views of the digital transformation in China and Southeast Asian countries, whereby he draws on his knowledge that is largely influenced by his first-hand professional experience working as Alibaba’s former executive.Event Details
If you took the economic might of Amazon, and added the penetration of Facebook, the ubiquity of Google, and the cultural significance of YouTube, you might have something starting to resemble Alibaba.Event Details
The Tao of Alibaba is the first book of its kind, providing a management guide to entrepreneurs, business executives, and even policy makers. It offers an inside view into not just how the company's leadership team created the world's largest e-commerce business, but also how it pioneered a new economic development paradigm by creating an innovative digital economy for China and beyond.
This book reveals the "Tao" of Alibaba—the company’s “secret sauce”—a consciously cultivated ethos and spirit that distinguishes it from its Western counterparts. This Alibaba way has enabled the organization to weather tough times and persist toward a common mission. It is a blueprint of the company’s management philosophy, crystalized into the most important elements that have driven its success.
This window into Alibaba's soul provides useful lessons for public and private sector leaders seeking new models for inclusive and equitable economic transformation.
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Brian is actively involved in a number of technology startups and high-level training initiatives aimed at sharing his experiences and passion for everything digital with like-minded people around the world.ALL MEDIA
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Brian is actively involved in a number of technology startups and high-level training initiatives aimed at sharing his experiences and passion for everything digital with like-minded people around the world.ALL PROJECTS
RADII (rā’dē-ī’) is an independent platform of artists, writers and creators dedicated to sharing vibrant stories from the rarely explored sides of Chinese youth culture.
The AGI mission is to share the positive impact of the new business paradigm in promoting inclusive development and to inspire and empower entrepreneurs, youth and women.