Understanding Chinese Firms from Multiple Perspectives
Zhang, Zhi-Xue, Zhang, Jianjun (Eds.)
2014, VIII, 347 p. 6 illus., 4 illus. in color.
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Illustrates the growing patterns and dynamics of Chinese enterprises in the past three decades from multilevel and multidisciplinary perspectives
Concludes the experience and lessons, perplexity and paradox, learning and innovations encountered by Chinese enterprises
Reveals the characteristics of external environments of Chinese enterprises, the changing track of entrepreneurs, the evolution of the enterprises’ organizational structure and systems, the formation of firm culture, the unique pattern of Chinese team work, and the Chinese communication styles and conflict resolution
Previous analysis on the “Chinese Economic Miracle” mostly talks about macro-economy but neglects the study on the basic element of the Chinese Miracle – the enterprises. With China’s economic rise, Chinese enterprises experienced a rapid process of adaptation, change and development, and also become strong competitors in the world market. This book sets forth the explorations and thoughts on Chinese enterprise management practices from both academic and practical perspective, extracts the management theory of Chinese characteristics, and represents the efforts to establish and develop Chinese organization and management.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Chinese Enterprises - Chinese Experience - Developing Chinese Organization and Management