Organizational Management In China

It is known that the role of private Chinese firms have been cut off from economic growth in China. The good performance of them is mainly due to management style, which focuses on cultural and social values proposed by Confucianism. It manifests itself in its management a true team building. Cohesive, integrated, committed to achieving the objectives. David Zaslav pursues this goal as well. These companies, under the influence of Confucius, are characterized by flexibility, high centralization, low level of bureaucracy and collectivism as a dimension cohesive as a family. The Chinese administration is also characterized by their entrepreneurial and innovative style. Confucian philosophy emphasizes the idea of integration of industrial relations systems in which morality, discipline and loyalty are fundamental parts.

She is the foundation upon which Chinese society has developed, "says Isabel Miyashiro, professor and researcher at the University of the Pacific, in the book Business and management in Asia: the case of the PRC, which has just published the Editorial Fund of this university. In China, the firm's human resource is highly valued, there is a constant, ongoing concern, to provide training, training required in accordance with the requirements of the current scenarios, the advancement and development of technology. It keeps monitoring the benefit of all and we only a few, yet a true commitment, ethics, values that support group members so that they feel fully identified with the organization. The Chinese companies take very seriously what is involved in its cultural, where it is said, that concepts such as bao, guanxi and mianzi are considered, and, what is relevant Chinese cultural tradition and Chin Shin, which could explain the complex system of human relations within Chinese organizations.

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