Course Detail (BM014 : 36 Applications of Ancient Wisdom and Thinking for Finance Professionals (in Mandarin))

BM014 : 36 Applications of Ancient Wisdom and Thinking for Finance Professionals (in Mandarin) NEW

7.00 CPE Hours (Others)
Classroom


Programme Objective
In a highly competitive world where business is a battlefield: doing business is like commanding & directing an army. Companies try to gain competitive advantage by employing legal or even deceptive tactics openly or behind the scenes.

The 36 stratagems is based on an ancient book on military tactics that can be applied from a business perspective. In this seminar, you can learn Ancient Chinese Wisdom conducted in Mandarin in a fun and unconventional way. You would achievebetter Human Relationship and Survival and also impress your Chinese stakeholders and counterparts by using these ancient war principles in your presentation of new business strategies.
 

Programme Outline

In this seminar all the 36 stratagems in six groups will be covered:
 
A. Strategems in Superior Situations
B. Strategems in Confrontational Situations
C. Strategems in Offensive Situations
D. Stratagems in Confused Situations
E. Stratagems in Consolidating Situations
F. Stratagems in Desperate Situations
 
The 36 stratagems appear in the form of Chinese idioms, each of which is made of three or four Chinese characters. Among them, the stratagems (In Confused Situations) are as follows:
 

 Fu Di Chou XinPull out the firewood from beneath the cauldron (cooking pot)
Hun Shui Mo YuCatch a fish in troubled (disturbed) water
Jin Chan Tuo KeEscape like a cicada sloughing off its shell
Guan Men Zhuo ZeiShut the doors to catch the thief
Yuan Jiao Jin GongBefriend the far but attach the near
Jia Tu Fa GuoBorrow a (safe) passage to conquer [the State of] Guo
 
An example of ‘catching a fish in troubled (disturbed) water’ ("Hun Shui Mo Yu ") --
The Asian currency and stock crises which occurred during the third quarter of 1997 were classic examples of how international speculators attempt to exploit a chaotic situation. There are useful lessons to be learned from the currency and stock market crisis in Asia. So, will you be ready to benefit from the next crisis?
 
Training Methodology
Lecture style (inclusive of assisted discussion conducted in Mandarin).
 
Closing Date for Registration
1 week before programme or until full enrolment
 

Intended For

Corporate Strategists, Accountants, CFOs or anyone who want to improve their proficiency in Mandarin the fun way

Competency Mapping

Others = 7.00 Hours

Schedule & Fees

Date & Time

08 Nov 2017 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $321.00
For Non-Members: $385.20

Venue

60 Cecil Street
ISCA House
Singapore 049709

Date & Time

29 May 2017 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Registration is closed


Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)

Lee Hock Hai
FCCA, MBA, MBCS, MCIM, PhD


Hock Hai was the Senior Advisor of China Banking with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Prior to that, he has held positions of Head of Finance at RHB Bank and Head of Operations at China Construction Bank. Hock Hai has extensive experience in the areas of Accounting and Internal Audit. He has conducted various seminars and training courses for ISCA as well as the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI) for courses and seminars in Mandarin, and in China for Chinese Accounting Standards.

He authored the Book, “A Pot of Never Boiling Water – How to Quickly Improve Your Oral English”. Currently, his passion lies in assisting Singapore to be an International Educational Hub for Students from Asia, particularly China.


Programme Objective
In a highly competitive world where business is a battlefield: doing business is like commanding & directing an army. Companies try to gain competitive advantage by employing legal or even deceptive tactics openly or behind the scenes.

The 36 stratagems is based on an ancient book on military tactics that can be applied from a business perspective. In this seminar, you can learn Ancient Chinese Wisdom conducted in Mandarin in a fun and unconventional way. You would achievebetter Human Relationship and Survival and also impress your Chinese stakeholders and counterparts by using these ancient war principles in your presentation of new business strategies.
 

Programme Outline

In this seminar all the 36 stratagems in six groups will be covered:
 
A. Strategems in Superior Situations
B. Strategems in Confrontational Situations
C. Strategems in Offensive Situations
D. Stratagems in Confused Situations
E. Stratagems in Consolidating Situations
F. Stratagems in Desperate Situations
 
The 36 stratagems appear in the form of Chinese idioms, each of which is made of three or four Chinese characters. Among them, the stratagems (In Confused Situations) are as follows:
 

 Fu Di Chou XinPull out the firewood from beneath the cauldron (cooking pot)
Hun Shui Mo YuCatch a fish in troubled (disturbed) water
Jin Chan Tuo KeEscape like a cicada sloughing off its shell
Guan Men Zhuo ZeiShut the doors to catch the thief
Yuan Jiao Jin GongBefriend the far but attach the near
Jia Tu Fa GuoBorrow a (safe) passage to conquer [the State of] Guo
 
An example of ‘catching a fish in troubled (disturbed) water’ ("Hun Shui Mo Yu ") --
The Asian currency and stock crises which occurred during the third quarter of 1997 were classic examples of how international speculators attempt to exploit a chaotic situation. There are useful lessons to be learned from the currency and stock market crisis in Asia. So, will you be ready to benefit from the next crisis?
 
Training Methodology
Lecture style (inclusive of assisted discussion conducted in Mandarin).
 
Closing Date for Registration
1 week before programme or until full enrolment
 

Intended For

Corporate Strategists, Accountants, CFOs or anyone who want to improve their proficiency in Mandarin the fun way

Competency Mapping

Others = 7.00 Hours

Programme Facilitator(s)

Lee Hock Hai
FCCA, MBA, MBCS, MCIM, PhD


Hock Hai was the Senior Advisor of China Banking with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Prior to that, he has held positions of Head of Finance at RHB Bank and Head of Operations at China Construction Bank. Hock Hai has extensive experience in the areas of Accounting and Internal Audit. He has conducted various seminars and training courses for ISCA as well as the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCCI) for courses and seminars in Mandarin, and in China for Chinese Accounting Standards.

He authored the Book, “A Pot of Never Boiling Water – How to Quickly Improve Your Oral English”. Currently, his passion lies in assisting Singapore to be an International Educational Hub for Students from Asia, particularly China.


Upcoming Schedule

Date & Time

08 Nov 2017 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $321.00
For Non-Members: $385.20

Venue

60 Cecil Street
ISCA House
Singapore 049709