Business Expert Irv Beiman Speaks at Conference

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<p><strong>Walnut Creek, Calif. &mdash; March 28</strong><br />China represents a significant business market for U.S. companies, but HR practices do not readily translate from one country to the next. </p><p>Dr. Irv Beiman will help companies that do business in China &mdash; or hope to &mdash; to understand and avoid the barriers to intercultural success.<br /><br />Beiman is one of two keynoters scheduled to speak at &ldquo;Making China Your Gold Mountain,&rdquo; an inaugural conference and exposition May 23-25 in South San Francisco. </p><p>The conference is hosted by XMei International, a business consulting and development organization with expertise in Chinese business practices and their cultural impact. </p><p>The conference is the first event in the U.S. with influential Chinese HR executives and business leaders from multinational companies, private Chinese companies, Chinese consulting firms and the government.<br /><br />Beiman, chairman of eGate Consulting, Shanghai, will address the links between the challenges of doing business in China to HR requirements there. </p><p>He will discuss five root causes of the HR problems that hinder successful execution of business in China, and how HR can play a key role in the success of the strategic goals of an organization.<br /><br />A widely published author and organizational development expert, Beiman writes on challenges in four major areas: culture, organizational, performance management and strategy execution process management. <br /><br />&ldquo;Dr. Beiman&rsquo;s years of hands-on experience in China make him an ideal choice for this conference,&rdquo; said Xiaoli Mei, XMei International president and founder. &ldquo;Attendees stand to significantly shorten the learning curve of doing business in China.&rdquo;</p>

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