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Harold Chee

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Programme Development Director

Harold CheeHarold designs and teaches on Cambridge Executive Education's custom programmes. His teaching and research interests are in leadership, marketing and Chinese business. He has designed tailored programmes for many companies in the engineering, energy, banking, publishing, food and beverages, steel, telecoms and chemical sectors.

Harold has taught in China, Asia Pacific, Europe, USA and Southern Africa with a variety of clients such as Philips, Volvo, Akzo Nobel, ITT, Continental Tyres, China Post, Volkswagen, Tesco, Roche Pharmaceuticals, Tetra Pak, Lufthansa, the BBC, the Home Office, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Norwegian Paper & Pulp and the Reserve Banks of Zimbabwe and Swaziland. His current clients in China include ABB, Siemens, Daimler and Sinopec.

Before joining Cambridge Executive Education Harold worked as a lecturer/programme director at Ashridge Business School, where he managed, designed and taught programmes for many tailored clients, as well as on the MBA, and many open programmes, such as Strategy & Leadership and the Advanced Management Programme. Before Ashridge, he was senior training consultant and business development manager in Beijing, China, helping to set up the China-Britain Management Training Centre. Prior to this, he worked for the giant mining company Anglo-American Corporation in Zimbabwe as an Organisational Development Manager. Harold has also worked as a university lecturer for several years with Westminster and Newcastle Business schools in the UK and has been a visiting professor at the universities of Boston, Moscow and Essex. Early in his career he was a marketing manager for several organisations.

Harold is an economics graduate and holds several masters degrees, and has studied at the London School of Economics, Essex, Kent and University of London Institute of Education. Amongst some of his publications are: Chinese Leadership with B. Wang (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), the chapter "To export or not to" in Globalisation Laid Bare: Lessons in International Business edited by N. Ferguson, V. Cable and A.K. Sen (Gibson Square Books, 2010), The Myths of Doing Business in China (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, 2nd edition), Global Marketing Strategies (Financial Times/Pitman, 1998) and Marketing with R. Harris (Financial Times/Pitman, 1993).

Contact details

Harold Chee
Executive Education
Cambridge Judge Business School
University of Cambridge
Trumpington Street
Cambridge CB2 1AG

Tel: +44 (0)1223 330736


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