Summit Agenda-The 2012 Annual Summit of Green Companies

作者: 时间:12-03-29 | 来自:China Entrepreneur Club (CEC)

  Simultaneous interpretation in English and Chinese will be provided for most sessions.

  Saturday, April 21

  09:00-22:00  Registration
       Room Yangtze (3rd floor)

  14:00-14:20  Warm-up Discussion
  14:20-16:00  Private Session
  Room Wuchang (3rd floor)
  China Green Company Alliance CEO Roundtable:
  Rethinking the Meaning of Companies
  When a company’s progress is driven by its goals, such goals will naturally serve as a basis for managers to work out the company’s vision, mission, as well as value standards. In order for us to better understand a company, we need to grasp the root of its strengths and reflect on the reason for its establishment. This year’s summit will invite 50 CEOs of the China Green Company Alliance to discuss in groups their thoughts on how to weigh the importance of different stakeholders such as shareholders, customers and employees, how to balance their respective interests, and how to communicate with them efficiently. The summit will also share the conclusions the CEOs arrive at.

  China Green Company Alliance members (max. 50)

  Discussion Leaders:
  Edward Tian, Chairman, China Broadband Capital Partners, L.P. (CBC)
  Niu Gensheng, Founder, Mengniu Dairy Group; Founder & Honorary President, LAONIU Foundation
  Wang Ruoxiong, Chairman of the Board, Tiantai Group Co., Ltd.
  Dennis Wang, Chairman & CEO, HuaYi Brothers Media Co., Ltd.
  Deng Feng, Founder & Managing Director, Northern
  Light Venture Capital
  Jim Zhang, Managing Director of North Asia Region, The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
  Feng Jun, Chairman, aigo Digital Technology Co. Ltd.
  Wang Chaoyong, Chairman & President, ChinaEquity Group Inc.
  Justin Tang, Co-founder & Partner, Blue Ridge China

  Moderated by:
  Cai Jian, Executive Dean, Innovation Education and Research Institute, Peking University

  16:10-18:00  Meeting on Wuhan’s Strategy to Build a National Central City
      Participants: CEC members only

  18:10-19:20  Welcome Dinner hosted by Wuhan Municipal Government
  Grand Ballroom Ⅰ+Ⅱ (3rd floor)

  20:30-22:30  Telecast Forum
  HBTV Studio
  Feast of Ideas:
  My Belief—Soft Power under the New Realities
  In a world teeming with anxiety and doubt, how many people believe in themselves and the future? In the face of more uncertainties in 2012, how should enterprises adapt themselves to gain confidence and support? Of course, they must pay more attention to their “hard power”—quality, technology, equipment and land. But apart from these, their soft power, such as corporate culture, management models, innovative mechanisms and entrepreneurial values, has become the key element in maintaining sound and lasting prosperity.
  Belief itself is a power, a burst of positive energy. Enterprises now call for belief as a soft power from their own depths. The Feast of Ideas offers an opportunity to brainstorm about the forces behind the shifts in 2012. This telecast session will invite opinion leaders from various sectors to give 10-minute presentations on their diverse thoughts about the new forces among the new realities.

  Liu Chuanzhi, Chairman, China Entrepreneur Club;
  Chairman & President, Legend Holdings Ltd.; Founder &
  Honorary Chairman, Lenovo Group
  Michael Yu, Chairman & CEO, New Oriental Education
  & Technology Group
  Zi Zhongyun, Honorary Senior Fellow & former Director, Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)
  Gu Shengzu, Member, the NPC Standing Committee; Vice Director, the NPC Committee for Internal and Judicial Affairs; Vice Chairman, China National Democratic Construction Association
  Li Jiange, Chairman, China International Capital Corporation Limited (CICC)
  Georg Kell, Executive Director, United Nations Global Compact
  Zhou Dadi, Vice Director, National Advisory Committee on Energy; Executive Vice Chairman, China Energy Research Society
  Li Dongsheng, Chairman of the Board & CEO, TCL Corporation
  Charles Chao, President & CEO, SINA Corporation
  Guo Guangchang, Chairman, Fosun High Technology
  (Group) Co., Ltd.
  Zhang Weiying, Professor of Economics, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University

  Sunday, April 22

  07:30-08:50  Registration
  Room Yangtze (3rd floor)
  09:00-09:30  Opening Ceremony
  Grand Ballroom Ⅱ+Ⅲ (3rd floor)

  Welcome Remarks:
  Ruan Chengfa, Member of the Standing Committee of CPC Hubei Provincial Committee, Secretary of the CPC Wuhan Municipal Committee

  Congratulatory Letter:
  Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General of the United Nations
  Presented by Georg Kell, Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact

  Opening Remarks:
  Wu Jianmin, Summit Chairman; Vice Chairman, China Institute for Innovation and Development Strategy

  Moderated by:
  Wang Kai, Anchor, CCTV

  Keynote Speech
  New Realities Call for New Heroes
  Old realities are coming to an end, while new ones are emerging. China and the entire world are confronted with increasing uncertainties. Strategies need be changed more often than ever and market prospects remain gloomy. However, entrepreneurs are made to navigate through such challenges. In an age of the internet and microblogging, requirements for enterprises are fundamentally changing. What does it take to be a hero of the new age? What is the criteria? And how can we position ourselves for the arrival of this new era? 

  Liu Donghua, Founder & Deputy Executive Chairman, China Entrepreneur Club; Founder & Chief Guideline Officer, Zhisland

  09:30-10:00  Mentor Session
  Grand Ballroom Ⅱ+Ⅲ (3rd floor)
  Taking Care of Your Company Obligations
  Liu Chuanzhi, China’s business godfather has accumulated decades of experience and ideas. He has continuously held onto modest values and business concepts, has a deep understanding of the dos and don’ts for enterprises, and believes that entrepreneurs have to live up to their responsibilities. In order to build a lasting foundation, “non-family family enterprises” need to carry out their own tasks while resolutely fostering innovation. He will share with the participants his views on businesses’ obligations and how companies can focus on their core activities without becoming unreceptive to change.

  Liu Chuanzhi, Chairman, China Entrepreneur Club;
  Chairman & President, Legend Holdings Ltd.; Founder &
  Honorary Chairman, Lenovo Group

  10:00-10:30  Mentor Session
  Grand Ballroom Ⅱ+Ⅲ (3rd floor)
  Innovating Business Model to Achieve a Leading Position
  The new situation has witnessed a dramatic drop in the external demand and a more prominent excess in productivity. Traditional business models which highlight production and neglect merchandise are unsustainable. They rely on low production costs and heavy investment. The innovation of business models is becoming more important. Creating greater value for customers and gaining more leading advantages through business model creation and innovation are now key business issues. Wang Jianlin, the Chairman of Wanda Group, will deliver a speech on this subject.

  Wang Jianlin, Chairman, Wanda Group

  10:30-11:00  Mentor Session
  Grand Ballroom Ⅱ+Ⅲ (3rd floor)
  Winning Recognition through Innovation
  China recorded unprecedented growth over the past decade with an economic output that put the world in a state of wonder. But why is it that Chinese entrepreneurs have not been able to gain recognition that they deserve? Businesses, while developing rapidly, have begun to think about this. The pursuit of innovation and true entrepreneurship will continue for a long time, and businesses should use their strengths to return to the creation of real value and basic innovation. Professor Xu Xiaonian of CEIBS will share his thoughts and insights on the complexities of China's economic and social transformations, what the government should do to improve the innovative environment, and how enterprises develop through innovation.

  Xu Xiaonian, Professor of Economics and Finance, China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)

  11:00-11:15  Speech
  Grand Ballroom Ⅱ+Ⅲ (3rd floor)
  Development through Innovation - Strive a Build a National Central City
  Wuhan shoulders a clear task endowed by the national strategy. The city is expected to actively explore new institutional mechanisms that will be conducive to resource conservation, eco-environmental protection and innovation-driven development. Through a series of pilot projects, Wuhan expects to provide experiences and role models for innovation. How does the Wuhan National Innovation Demonstration Area thrive? What is innovation-driven development? What is the focus of institutional mechanisms? And what inspiration can we get from Wuhan’s pilot projects? Tang Liangzhi, the mayor of Wuhan, will share some useful experiences about the city’s exploration of these areas.

  Tang Liangzhi, Mayor and Deputy Secretary of the CPC Committee of Wuhan.

  11:15-12:30  Thematic Forum
  Grand Ballroom Ⅱ+Ⅲ (3rd floor)
  China’s Agony of Corporate Innovation
  Chinese enterprises still lack innovation and core competitive strength, continue to linger somewhere at the lower to middle end of the value chain, and still face numerous challenges in product, business model and technological innovation. What are the reasons for China’s slow advances in innovation? What external mechanisms can motivate companies to innovate? Why is it so hard to safeguard the interests of innovators? And will innovation allow China to develop new opportunities under the new realities? All these questions will be addressed by the speakers in this forum. 

  Li Dongsheng, Chairman of the Board & CEO, TCL Corporation
  Wang Wenjing, Chairman & CEO, UFIDA Software Co., Ltd.
  Chen Jinya, Vice President, Alcoa Inc.; President, Asia-Pacific Region, Alcoa Inc.
  Zhang Yue, President, Broad Group
  Zhou Chengjian, Chairman, Metersbonwe Fashion &
  Accessories Co. Ltd.
  Tian Ming, Chairman, Landsea Group Co., Ltd.
  Richard Kelly, Managing Director, IDEO Asia Pacific
  Thierry Delmarcelle, Partner and President of Monitor China

  Moderated by:
  Deng Feng, Founder & Managing Director, Northern Light Venture Capital

  12:30-14:00  Keynote Luncheon
  Grand Ballroom Ⅰ (3rd floor)
  “Our Water” Initiative
  China is a country facing severe droughts and water shortage. How to effectively use water has, therefore, become a key question for the resource management of many companies, a question that also affects their reputation and profit. Water management is both a corporate challenge and opportunity. The China Entrepreneur Club, in line with the initiative’s concept of “saving water, saving life”, will share with the corporate sector enterprises’ water management programmes in order to improve water and environmental conservation practices.

  14:00-15:00  Diplomats Dialogue
  Grand Ballroom Ⅱ+Ⅲ (3rd floor)
  Suggestions for China’s Economic Transition
  At this year's NPC and CPPCC, the Chinese government put forward that economic growth would slow, while the quality of economic development should be improved. In maintaining a healthy and sustainable economic growth, governments and enterprises now face new opportunities as well as challenges. In fact, sustainability is a key issue for all economic entities around the world. The summit will invite a number of diplomats who have had rich experience in international communication. They will share the best practice for sustainable development in their respective countries, with the aim to help to shape a healthier and smoother economic transition in China.

  Attilio Massimo Iannucci, Italian Ambassador to China
  Patrick Nijs, Belgian Ambassador to China
  Lu Qiutian, former China’s Ambassador to Germany
  Diane Sovereign, U.S. Consul General in Wuhan
  Serge Lavroff, French Consul General in Wuhan

  Moderated by:
  Wu Jianmin, Summit Chairman; Vice Chairman, China Institute for Innovation and Development Strategy; former China’s Ambassador to France

  15:00-16:00  Thematic Forum
  Grand Ballroom Ⅱ+Ⅲ (3rd floor)
  How Far Are We from Integrity Dividends?
  Ignoring the integrity line has become a social crisis in recent years. Inferior products and food quality, business fraud, fraudulent tenders, intentional arrears, tax evasion and fraud, as well as scholarly misconduct are all clear signs of a looming integrity crisis. Yet, integrity is the foundation of market order, the lifeline of corporate development and the basis on which people build their lives. It is integrity that can make a difference. The speakers of this session will present their opinions on how far away we are from issuing integrity-based corporate, personal and social dividends.

  Zhu Xinli, Chairman, China Huiyuan Juice Group Limited
  Shen Guojun, Chairman & President, China Yintai Holdings Co., Ltd.; Chairman of the Board, Intime Department Store Group
  Johnny Kwan, Senior Vice President, BASF Group; Chairman, BASF Greater China Country Board
  Ralf Schlaepfer,Partner, Deloitte Management Switzerland
  Richard Shentu, Managing Director, SGS-CSTC Standards Technical Services Co., Ltd.

  Moderated by:
  Zhou Jiangong, Editor in Chief, Forbes China

  16:00-17:15  CEOs Dialogue
  Grand Ballroom Ⅱ+Ⅲ (3rd floor)
  Differences between Western and Eastern Leadership—How to Establish Sustainable Value?
  In the context of the globalization, how should leaders build the cross-cultural trust and mutual understanding? What is the difference in the sources of development between eastern and western enterprises? How can they adapt to grasp new opportunities and meet new challenges? How can leaders balance short-term profit and long-lasting sustainable development? CEOs from both the East and West will focus on these topics and share their successful experiences in creating sustainable value in the global business environment.

  Chinese speakers:
  Liu Jiren, Chairman & CEO, Neusoft Corporation
  Xia Hua, Chairwoman, Eve Group
  Wang Junhao, Vice Chairman & President, Juneyao Group

  International speakers:
  Stephen Murphy, Special Adviser and former-Group CEO, Virgin Management Ltd.
  Sean Maloney, Executive Vice President, Intel Corporation; Chairman, Intel China
  James Bilefield, President, Condé Nast International Digital

  Moderated by:
  Steve Tappin, CEO, Xinfu Group; well-known European
  CEO confidant; author of The Secret of CEOs

  17:15-18:30  Featured Announcement & Forum
  Grand Ballroom Ⅱ+Ⅲ (3rd floor)
  Announcement of China Top 100 Green Companies
  The summit will announce China’s Top 100 Green Companies for the year 2012. The aim is to set a new benchmark for corporate values, and find and promote the best annual examples of corporate sustainable competitiveness. This year marks the fifth anniversary of the ranking. It is the first comprehensive corporate ranking in China that focuses on green values, green strategies and innovative actions of leading enterprises.

  Forum for China Top 100 Green Companies

  Experts of the “Green Top 100” Project:
  Zhou Dadi, Vice Director, National Advisory Committee on Energy; Executive Vice Chairman, China Energy Research Society
  John A. Quelch, Professor of International Management, Vice President & Dean, CEIBS
  Li Lailai, Deputy Director, China Sustainable Urban Transport Research Centre; Senior Research Fellow, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
  Jim Gradoville, Country Representative, WWF China
  He Zhenhong, President of China Entrepreneurs Magazine

  18:30-20:00  Dinner      Grand Ballroom Ⅰ (3rd floor)

  20:20-22:00  Panel 1          Room Hubei (3rd floor)
  The Age of Weibo: a Game of Survival for Chinese enterprises
  The advent of social media such as Weibo has brought tremendous changes to the living environment of Chinese enterprises. With the help of mobile internet, companies have gained considerable vigor and efficiency in terms of business model, operational chain and creative strategy. Yet the mobile internet has also improved communication between consumers around the world, boosting their collective strength as well. Therefore, should a business action be misinterpreted or misunderstood by the consumers, or should the company by mistake cause a public scandal amplified by Weibo, the company may well be pushed to the edge of collapse. In this case, how should the enterprises cope with these changes? And how could the entrepreneurs harness the power of mobile internet?

  Charles Chao, President & CEO, SINA Corporation
  Wu Jingtian, Executive President, Shenzhen Enterprise Confederation
  Wang Chaoyong, Chairman & President, ChinaEquity Group Inc.
  Xia Hua, Chairwoman, Eve Group
  Wang Ruoxiong, Chairman of the Board, Tiantai Group Co., Ltd.
  Bian Cheng, General Manager, KEDA Industrial Co., Ltd.
  Wang Jianguo, Chairman & President, Jiangsu Five Star Investment Holdings Group

  Moderated by:
  Liu Donghua, Founder & Deputy Executive Chairman, China Entrepreneur Club; Founder & Chief Guideline Officer, Zhisland

  20:20-22:00  Panel 2       Room Wuchang (3rd floor)
  The Green Companies’ Roundtable:
  Business Sustainability — Trends and Responses
  Globalized business development, the trend of market integration, and various uncertainties commonly faced across the world are making the external environment ever more challenging for enterprises. Consumers and other stakeholders are also raising higher requirements for enterprises. Under the new realities, sustainable development becomes the solution for enterprises to break constraints on their traditional operation and growth so as to achieve sustainable competitiveness. Sustainable development does not only entail investment and cost, rather, it brings long-term benefits and rewards. How to better integrate concepts of business sustainability into enterprises’ strategic development? How to coordinate these concepts with other businesses in enterprises? How to make the concepts trump to success for enterprises? Distinguished scholars and outstanding enterprise representatives will share their insights and exchange experiences on the above topics.

  Mike Thompson, Professor of Management Practice, Director of the Centre for Leadership & Responsibility, CEIBS

  Monday, April 23
  (Optional, one choice/person)

  09:00-16:00 Visit to Wuhan Industrial Park and Environmental Project

  Itinerary No. 1:
  Wuhan Economic Development Zone – Dongfeng Motor Corporation – Wuhan International Conference & Exhibition Center
  Wuhan Economic Development Zone sits on top of the 22 national development zones in central and western China. It is known as the ‘Chinese Capital of Automobiles.’ The guests will tour the zone’s most representative company: Dongfeng Motor Corporation, and catch a glimpse of China’s innovative strength and the charm of heavy industry. The tour also includes a stop at Wuhan International Conference & Exhibition Center, as well as the low-carbon projects in modern Wuhan.

  Itinerary No. 2:
  East Lake Hi-tech Development Zone – Huazhong Numerical Control Co., Ltd – Han Street
   The East Lake Hi-tech Development Zone, known as the Optics Valley of China, is a symbol of China’s innovative capacity. It covers an area of nearly 600 square kilometers, and boasts five pillar industries including opto-electronic information, biology, consumer electronics, renewable energy and environmental protection industries. The guests will visit Huazhong Numerical Control Co., Ltd (HNC), one of the leading CNC manufacturers in the world, and then stroll the world’s longest commercial mall of Han Street, to appreciate Wuhan’s creative approach to development.

  2012 “BMW • Daonong Cup” Golf Tournament
  (40 players only. Tickets will be issued to participants upon confirmation by the organizing committee.)

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