4 edition of Management issues in China found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
|Contributions||Brown, David H., 1946-, Porter, Robin, Child, John, 1940-, Lu, Yuan|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|ISBN 10||0415130018, 0415130026, 0415130034, 0415130042|
This article applies the famous Hofstede's Cultural Framework applied to the case off China. The key theme in this article is that there is an inherent conflict between tradition and modernity in China and this shows up in the succeeding analysis. Apart from this, the discussion also details the mix of theory and application to the selected country i.e. China to enable readers to gain an. 2. Assess China enterprise management in the light of institutional, organizational, and market-related constraints. 3. Analyze business behaviour in China from an international perspective. 4. Draw on available international business theories in addressing practical management issues encountered in China.
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One aspect that's interesting is to see the continuing debate over data laws. One can imagine that many companies operating in China will need/want a reliable partner to store data in China, without it ever leaving the country. That's one of the issues that was raised recently by an ITIF : Charles Babcock. China’s rapid evolution to global financial powerhouse is creating a heightened demand and HR challenges for talented Chinese executive candidates and Author: Winter Nie.
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As the s progressed, China began to emerge as an economic giant. The chapters in this book, first published inillustrate many aspects of China’s path to internationalization. They also raise important questions for further : John Child, Yuan Lu. It will be the contention of this chapter that political factors, derived from the structures and ideology in place especially over the years toand cultural factors derived from China’s Confucian past, combine to inhibit rational decision making on a very large scale, and will continue to militate against the achievement of a rational order both in management and in government in China for many years to Author: Robin Porter.
1st Edition Published on Ma by Routledge As the s progressed, China began to emerge as an economic giant. The chapters in this book, first publi Management Issues in China: Volume 2: International Enterprises - 1st.
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For foreign companies operating in China, the difficulties are magnified by the talent shortage - particularly of managers and executives - and the difficulty of understanding how to adapt talent management strategies to the country's unique business culture and values.".
Managing International Business in China. and corporate financial management. These issues are analysed in the light of relevant theoretical models of international business, with reference to the current management practices of transnational corporations operating in China.
Management issues in China book book can be used as a textbook for postgraduate. Reprint: RJ. At first glance, China, which is known for large, often inefficient state-owned enterprises, might appear an unlikely source of fresh management thinking.
Yet Chinese companies have a lot to teach the world about today’s business imperatives: responsiveness, improvisation, flexibility, and speed.
Managing the China t rade & customs environment. Customs rules can present complex challenges in any jurisdiction. However, if these rules are understood and managed, they can enable companies to reduce operationalFile Size: 1MB. The author seems to have no idea of real practical management and intercultural issues of China today.
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This research aims at studying cross-cultural differences in management. There are areas in management whereby differences towards attitudes, behaviours, functioning, communication issues and cultural implications can be seen.
Cross-cultural differences stem from the different backgrounds of each culture. Cultural varieties. A peak in China’s population growth is now expected by with a total population of about billion and then India is expected to replace China as the world’s most populated country.
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