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Handbook of Chinese Management, 1st ed. 2020

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateur : Foo Check Teck

This handbook explores the theme of managing inside China and consists of chapters that communicate the major managerial concepts within the context of Mainland China. Its key emphasis is to clearly highlight the differences in the art of managing in China vs. the West, while acknowledging that these differences may be narrowing as a result of globalization. Chapters in the book elaborate on how management is affected as China experiences rapid change while some aspects of Chinese culture remain unchanged and steeped in tradition. The book goes further in exploring this complexity by juxtaposing China?s orientation towards interpersonal relations, or "guanxi", with the government?s emphasis on law, which is now becoming more rule-based than before. Business & Management academics and practitioners will gain useful insight into Chinese management practices and their contrast to established Western ones when they use the Handbook of Chinese Management as a reference.
Part I: Introduction.- Part II: Culture.- Part III: Strategy.- Part IV: Managing People.- Part V: Entrepreneurship.
Research Professor Dr Foo Check Teck PhD (St Andrews) MBA (Award Winner, Finance, Cass Business School) LLB (Hons, London) FCCA FCMA FCA FCIM Barrister Advocate & Solicitor is founding editor-in-chief of Chinese Management Studies (Emerald Publishers, founded 2010, SSCI listed 2011). To foster research into Chinese management he founded the Global Chinese Management Studies Conference (5th year). Now in Singapore, he has lived in major cities: London, New York and Tokyo. He had lectured across many cities (up to 50 cities) even in Vientiane (Laos), Yangon (Myanmar), Ho Chi Min and Hanoi (Vietnam), Umea (Sweden), Lhasa (Tibet), Harbin (Heilongjiang), Lanzhou (Gansu, China), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Varanasi (India), Tokyo (Japan), Daejeon (Korea). Straits Times chose him as Asia's Mover and Shaker: naming him Singapore's "Man of Renaissance". Unlike narrowly focused professors, he had published papers in refereed journals across diverse disciplines, creating world’s first AI judge of aesthetics. He held many visiting professorships across Asia, Europe and America and continues to be receiving invitations. Harvard University Kennedy School of Government invited him to co-chair a panel discussion. In US Journal of Risk Finance; Vol. 9(3), 292-302, he anticipated primal fear that gripped US populace. India’s Chartered Financial Analysts invited him to share his strategic analyses of General Motors (Analyst,
August 2008). He had researched extensively on corporate productivity published as single author in leading journals (Omega, Organization Studies, British Journal of Industrial Relations): currently Chief Expert to University Murdoch-SMA research on manufacturing productivity. He had been APO Chief Expert for a multi-country research on productivity in service industries. His doctoral investigation into performances of ASEAN publicly listed corporations had received global acclaim: he was consultant to US History TV Sun Tzu Art of War.
Presents Chinese Management practices in contrast to established Western norms

Covers management aspects of ancient Chinese culture, as well as modern Entrepreneurship, Strategy, and Leadership within a Chinese context

Essential reading for business academics and practitioners with an interest in Chinese Management

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