The sound development of globalization depends on people. CCG focuses on the cultivation of international talent from a long-term perspective and participates in reshaping the international education environment in the era of globalization through in-depth research on global trends in international student mobility, study abroad, study in China, international schools, education for international understanding, China-foreign cooperative education, and international education philosophy and policies, so as to promote China’s open education and global educational exchange and cooperation.
CCG maintains long-time and stable relationships with renowned universities and international schools at home and abroad, as well as education administrations, international organizations, private organizations and enterprises. The series of blue books named Blue Book of Global Talent: Annual Report on the Development of Chinese Students Studying Abroad, published since 2012, and the Blue Book of China International Schools, published since 2016, have been well-received by the public.
CCG also has published a series of research reports, such as Building a New World Cultural Landscape under Global Governance and Education for International Understanding in China: Past, Present and Future, which are closely linked to the pulse of the times, providing timely and relevant recommendations to education-related governmental departments to tackle the opportunities and challenges in educational opening-up. CCG also organizes regular seminars on international education topics, both online and offline, to provide a platform for Chinese and foreign education experts to exchange ideas and provide the public with information of the latest developments in international education.
Report on Talent Development in Asia under Technology Transformation (2023)
Report on Talent Development in Asia under Technology Transformation (2023), which is the first talent report released by AGTO. Starting with the impact of technological changes on talent development, the research team analyzed literature and conducted surveys on practitioners, experts, and youths from various industries. The team found that the Asian human resources (HR) market has seen a shift towards job polarization in the context of technological changes. Respondents were mainly concerned about the impact of global economic state on their jobs, and about related issues such as company integrity and transparency, hybrid work and interpersonal space.May 11 , 2023
Jeffrey Lehman: Sustaining Transnational Universities as Temples of Cosmopolitan Exploration
If we are fortunate, the story of China and globalization in the year 2021 will feature the emergence of a stronger global consensus in support of the unique mission of transnational research universities.May 23 , 2022
Wang Mengyan: Five Trends for the Future of Educational Testing
There are five major trends in educational testing—growth in international education, Sino-foreign university cooperation, remote testing technology, artificial intelligence and incremental business.May 16 , 2022
Why Are Adaptive Learning Organizations Better Placed to Succeed in the Future?
“Three decades of Chinese educational reforms have created a workforce oriented towards an industrial economy. Now the challenge is to transform China’s talent-development model to develop the skills needed in an innovative, digitized, postindustrial economy. NIIT has embraced the idea of “Running Training Like a Business”, which means companies have to be agile and elastic. Learning and Development (L&D) has become more complex and increased pressure on organizations, while Adaptive Learning Organizations (ALOs) have three characteristics of adaptivity that enable a proactive and fluid learning ecosystem. This gives them an advantage.”May 07 , 2022
General Manager of China Public Affairs for LinkedIn: A Look at the Digital Economy in Terms of Talent Using the LinkedIn Economic Graph
Digital talent provides a unique perspective to study the global digital transformation and gain insights into the global digital economy. Trends like talent migration, hiring rates, and in-demand skills by region are focuses for LinkedIn and we are partnering with governments and non-governmental organizations around the world to share these insights and recommend policy solutions.May 05 , 2022