On April 19th 2016 the 5th German-Chinese personnel conference “Sino HR Conference 2016” takes place in Frankfurt am Main.
For this occasion, Mr. Boris Wesemann will present our Smart Education China Initiative, conducted in 2015, with the topic “China’s educational system: Expectations of Western companies towards Chinese school and university graduates” as well as the analyzed results of the online survey.
About the event
The Sino HR Conference serves as an information platform regarding important HR topics in the German-Chinese context for the company management as well as HR managers and employees. Experienced speakers from China and the EU address current topics and report on their experiences.
Structured around the key themes of “Managing The New Normal” and “Best Practice – Recruiting & Talent Management”, also in its fifth year, the German-Chinese HR conference is devoted to highly relevant topics.
Furthermore, the agenda of the conference highlights current developments such as “the slowdown in economic growth,” “a highly volatile stock market” and “a stagnant global economy.” Additionally, it deals with how the Chinese government have for some time been preparing the country for a qualitative growth with much slower growth rates (“The New Normal”).
About the person
Boris Wesemann is Head of Learning and Development at SEDLÁK & PARTNER. Holding a degree in business education, he advises companies in the development of learning architectures and designs Blended Learning concepts for the interlinked organizational and personnel development.
In 2013, the “ECNU-S&P Research Center for ICT-Enabled Systemic Changes and Innovations” was founded by Prof. Dr. Zhu Zhiting and Guest Prof. Robert Sedlák within a cooperation project between SEDLÁK & PARTNER and the East China Normal University (ECNU). For this research cooperation, Mr. Boris Wesemann led the online survey to determine the expectations of Western companies towards Chinese school and university graduates. Among other things, the results of the study are used for a needs analysis to develop competence models for teacher training and qualitative development of the schools in China.
Interesting articles about this topic:
- Official website: www.smart-education-china.org
- Initiative “Smart Education China“
- SEDLÁK & PARTNER Organizes an Intercultural Exchange Between Educational Experts
- Video: SEDLÁK & PARTNER supports Initiative of Chinese Government
- Our activities in Asia