22 Jun Learning From Li Ka-shing’s Interview With Bloomberg
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- Cash flow is most important
- In development, don’t forget stability; in stability, don’t forget development
- When business was brisk and he could not meet demands, he would only spend 20-30% of time in the factory. The rest of the time was spent devising what to do with the future. This is still the same today.
- He would buy books related to the industry he is keen in. Constant learning.
- In terms of the way he runs the company, he uses checks and balances and western management methods. In terms of internal philosophy, he adopted the most useful parts of the Confucian school of thought.