It is with great pleasure that I introduce another key member of IBSG’s Manufacturing Practice, Diana Huang. As a key Industry Thought Leader, Diana has had a distinguished career at Cisco to date and is currently leading the Greater China team in helping Fortune 500 CEOs address their most strategic issues—from growth strategy, global expansion, operational efficiency, and leadership development, to innovation, technology in management, corporate culture, and employee training.
Huang is an active member of the Cisco Greater China leadership team, focusing on go-to-market strategies with transformational efforts, and is also executive sponsor of the Cisco Greater China Smart Grid Virtual Team. In addition, she is a member of the Board of Trustees for the International School of Beijing, where she co-chairs the resources committee.
Huang has 19 years of management consulting and industry experience in the United States and China. Prior to joining Cisco, she was a vice president and partner at A.T. Kearney. As a strategic adviser to senior leadership, Huang led teams that assisted both Chinese and multinational companies with strategic direction, organizational transformation, and operational efficiency improvements.
Prior to consulting, Huang was a research chemist. She has written a number of papers, including “Decoding the Cisco DNA,” “Eco-City: Will China Lead the World?”, and “China’s Response to Global Meltdown.”
Huang has an MBA from the Yale University School of Management, an M.S. degree in organic chemistry from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and a B.S. degree in chemistry from Beijing University. She is fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese, and conversant in French and Cantonese. Huang lives in Beijing with her husband and their two children.
Animo Diana, cuando se esta en una buena empresa y con buenos dirigentes, tu labor se realza, y claro está es mas fácil, nosotros nos dedicamos a los moviles libres baratos y bueno ahí estamos, somos tambien un grupo reducido pero admirable, con este grupo tambien se trabaja bien.
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