Managing Director & Senior Partner; Chairman, Greater China
Carol Liao is a core member of the Consumer and the Marketing, Sales & Pricing practices at Boston Consulting Group; she is also a member of BCG’s Global Advantage practice and a member of the firm's Executive Committee. She is also the chairman of Greater China. In 2016, Carol was named one of Consulting magazine's Women Leaders in Consulting. In 2018, she was awarded Global Champion of Women in Business by Financial Times.
Carol joined BCG in 1995. She has acquired deep expertise working with both multinational companies and Asian corporations on an array of strategy and organizational issues, personally leading business growth and optimization initiatives for major global consumer firms across China and Asia.
Prior to joining BCG, Carol worked for Procter & Gamble, China.
To these ten executives, success means getting employees to think like owners—and giving up small things now to get big wins later.
Conflitos decorrentes de emoções raramente são sobre questões materiais como dinheiro ou outros assuntos de interesse próprio. Esses problemas "softs" são muitas vezes mais difíceis de resolver do que as coisas "difíceis".
Conflicts arising from emotions are rarely about material issues like money or other matters of self-interest. These "soft" issues are often harder to resolve than the "hard" stuff.
Real life isn’t simple; rather, it’s complex and even messy. The same is true for business. Avoid watchwords like focus, streamline, and lean. Develop a truly diverse organization.