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CHINA CEO: Voices of Experience From 20 InternationalBusiness Leaders is based on interviews with 20 topexecutives and eight experienced consultants based in China. Thebook is packed with first-hand, front-line advice from veterans ofthe China market. Hear directly from the top executives heading upthe China operations of Bayer, British Petroleum, Coca-Cola,General Electric, General Motors, Philips, Microsoft, Siemens, Sonyand Unilever, plus expert China-based consultants at BostonConsulting Group, Korn/Ferry International, McKinsey & Company,and many more. Each chapter provides practical tips and easy to grasp modelsthat will help new managers in China to be effective. InCHINA CEO, we deliver what other Western authorscan't – first-hand reflections based on over 100 years'collective experience in China. The book presents this richknowledge in a readable, conversational style suitable fortime-constrained executives. Each chapter gives specific advice onhow to manage Chinese employees, work with Chinese businesspartners, communicate with headquarters, face competitors, battleintellectual property rights infringers, win-over Chineseconsumers, negotiate with the Chinese government, and adaptyourself (and your family) to life in China.
China is the great economic success story of the past 30 years. Since the “reform and opening-up” policy was introduced in 1978, China has changed beyond recognition. A Soviet-styled planned economy has transformed into a vibrant market-oriented economy and 400 million people have been lifted out of poverty. Well known for its manufacturing capability, China is the largest global producer of toys, textiles, washing machines, cameras and computers (among hundreds of other products). It is also the world’s largest consumer of iron, steel, coal and cement, and China’s hunger for raw materials continues. Over a million enterprises have flourished, and over 40 Chinese companies have entered the global Fortune 500 list.
Witnesses include: Charlene Barshefsky, U.S. Trade Rep.; Stuart Eizenstat, Under Sec. for Economic Affairs, U.S. Dept. of State; Barbara Shailor, AFL-CIO; Carlos Moore, Amer. Textile Manufacturers Inst.; Gary Bauer, Family Research Council; John Carr, U.S. Catholic Conf.; Joy Hilley, Children of the World; Rev. Daniel Su, China Outreach Ministries Inc.; Calman Cohen, Emergency Committee for Amer. Trade; Edvard Torjesen, Evergreen Family Friendship; Robert Hall, Nat. Retail Fed.; John Howard, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Robert Kapp, U.S.-China Bus. Council; Jim Williams, Ohsman and Sons Co.; and Robert O'Quinn, Heritage Fdn.
An unprecedented, unflinching, warts-and-all rags to riches story of one of China's most successful female entrepreneurs.
Winning in China requires time, commitment, and knowledge. Conducting business as usual is not how to accomplish objectives. Authors Alan Refkin and Scott D. Cray enjoy success conducting business in China because they know that the rules there are different. Now, they open up their playbooks so you can succeed where others fail. This guidebook can help you under-stand Chinese businesspeople, gain acceptance among Chinese with influence, cultivate and maintain meaningful relationships, and navigate the connections between business and government. Most Chinese businesspeople want to know the type of person they are dealing with. Learn how to convey your business knowledge, character, and outlook on key topics in order to forge valuable connections-often over a dinner table or at karaoke rather than in a boardroom. China is unlike any other business environment that you'll encounter, but it is filled with opportunities. Arm yourself with the tools you need to negotiate and succeed, and start "Doing the China Tango."
This symposium explores Chinese people-management as an academic subject, looking at where it is currently going and the likely direction of its progress. After the economic reforms introduced by Deng Xiaoping in 1978, China saw the introduction of Human Resource Management (HRM). This book discusses the specific issues which are relevant to its evolution in China, in particular whether there is a dominant ‘paradigm’ in the field and whether there might be a new one in the making. It looks at the possibility of a ‘theory of Chinese management’ or ‘Chinese theory of management’. This comprehensive volume covers a wide range of topics, including charismatic leadership, employee commitment, creativity, ‘guanxi’, job security, knowledge-generation, mentorship, national identity and organizational innovation, all in the context of Chinese HRM. The contributors are experts in their respective fields of management, organizational behaviour, psychology, sociology and related disciplines, and cover a wide range of themes, models and specialisms. This book was originally published as a special issue of The International Journal of Human Resource Management.

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