Wilson Learning China Names New President

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<strong>Edina, Minn. &mdash; Feb. 14</strong><br />Wilson Learning China, part of Wilson Learning Worldwide, a global provider of human performance improvement solutions, announced it has appointed Bai Xiang as its new president, effective Feb. 14.<br /><br />Bai comes to Wilson Learning from IBM China, where he was the senior managing consultant and practice leader of talent management and learning solutions. He has more than 10 years of professional experience in the IT and consulting business, including more than five years of business development and management experience with a strong focus on the human capital management (HCM) business in the China market.<br /><br />”Bai Xiang will be a tremendous asset to Wilson Learning with his exceptional leadership skills and business development expertise,” remarked Hideaki Sekine, president of Wilson Learning Worldwide. “We are sure he will have a major impact in the ongoing development of our services and approach, and we look to Mr. Bai to help drive China&#39;s growth strategy for the future.”<br /><br />”I&#39;m excited to join such an established organization, with over 20 years of selling in the China market,” declared Bai. “With all of the rapid growth in China, Wilson Learning China is committed to helping organizations achieve sustainable growth through sustainable performance improvement.”<br /><br />Bai has an M.S. in computer application from the Graduate School of Fudan University in China.<br />

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