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Seeking harmony

Tragedy helped Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra chief executive Michael MacLeod finesse a talent for dealing with setbacks, writes Nicholas Olczak. ...

Lead from the front

PageGroup HK and Southern China senior MD Andy Bentote says vision is vital, writes Jolene Otremba. ...

Constructing a solid career base

Last month, three students assigned to shadow Joseph Choi, managing director of Hsin Chong Construction, got an exciting opportunity to see the decision-making process that goes on behind the scenes of a huge multi-purpose project, writes John Brennan. ...

Seeing the big picture at HKSTPC

It was three students, two days and one happy experience at the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTPC), with Richard Tse Kin-pang, vice-president of finance and corporate services, keen to share what it is like to work in the company's upper echelons, writes Ben Kwok. ...

Trio realise towering ambitions

It seems appropriate that a programme designed to give selected students a chance to see what business looks like from the managerial summit should take in a trip to the ICC Tower, the tallest building in Hong Kong, writes John Brennan. ...

Connecting the dots at The Link

To know someone, you have to walk with them. Students Wayne Fong and William Lam from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology had the privilege of job-shadowing George Hongchoy, CEO of The Link Management, for two days, and experience first-hand what it is like to run some 180 shopping malls, writes Ben Kwok. ...

A two-way learning trip

Student and mentor alike gained invaluable insights during job-shadowing exercise at Deloitte, writes Ben Kwok. ...

Piloting an ambition

Tracy Dedman, regional GM for Greater China and the Philippines at BA, landed close to her early dreams of a career in the skies, writes Jolene Otremba. ...

Scion of the times

Cheuk Nang executive director Howard Chao has learned that being the boss’s son only gets you so far and it is essential to earn the respect of staff, writes Sandra Lam. ...

Building on trust

A passion for legal rights has seen Monique Villa transform the way the Thomson Reuters Foundation makes a difference, writes Sandra Lam. ...