AIT Notes

Hey. here are the notes: Syllabus and reading for the class Course Outline.Digital Strategy.2020   Final Paper and Project Descriptions. AIT Digital Strategy.Final Paper.2020 Examples of good past papers. But a bit short. Great Paper. 2019.G13-ME20203018-ME20203059-ME20203061 Group 26.great example of small   Lecture 1 CEIBS Digital Strategy Lecture_1-11.19.v2.public Lecture 2 CEIBS Digital Strategy Lecture_2-11.19.v2.public Lecture […]

Situations Where JD’s E-Space Is a Game Changer for Consumers and Brands (2 of 2)

In Part 1, I detailed my visit to JD’s new E-Space store in Chongqing. And I ended by posing the following question: Can “experiential” retail dramatically improve the user experience such that traditionally run department stores are at a competitive disadvantage? And my answer to that is yes in basically 6 situations and product types. […]

Cool JD Stuff: Moneyball and Digital Marketplaces for China’s Farms (1 of 3)

I keep a short list of cool stuff China’s digital giants are doing. Not just the big initiatives – but the smaller and often more inventive ideas. And JD tends to have a lot of these. From building their own robotics and drones to trash sorting / redemption programs and farming initiatives, JD has lots […]

6 Questions About JD’s New E-Space (Pt 2 of 2)

In Part 1, I laid out why I think JD’s e-space is a pretty bold move – and opens a new frontier in OMO retail. My argument was that as you move from retail about buying products in the supermarket to visiting shopping malls and department malls, you start to really merge products, services and […]

Artificial Intelligence in China Increasingly Depends on HiSilicon (pt 2 of “Red AI” book review)

This is Part 2 of my 9 take-aways from Nina Xiang’s book Red AI. Part 1 is located here. #4: China is great in electric vehicles but the US is leading in autonomous vehicles. China has lots of great companies doing electric vehicles. And they are the largest market for them (and growing). But autonomous […]