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An original insight into the technology breakthroughs of Huawei – one of the world’s leading tech companies.

Engaging personal stories of individuals (the ‘explorers’) who made the technology breakthroughs for Huawei.

A rare glimpse into the realities of research and development, and how that leads to the creation of a world-class company.

How commitment and focus on innovation have enabled a company like Huawei to become a giant multinational.

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Publisher: LID Publishing

ISBN: 9781911498551

FORMAT: 216×138 mm

Bookbinding: Paperback w/flaps

Number of pages: 288pp


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Tian Tao Is a member of the Huawei International Advisory Board, Co-Director of the Ruihua Institute of Innovation Management (Zhejiang University) and Visiting Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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