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By Barbara Xiaoyu Wang, Harold Chee

With the accelerating integration of China into the worldwide financial system, there's a thirst to appreciate how chinese language managers wish to lead and the way chinese language staff prefer to be controlled. there's no doubt that China could be a tricky and dicy marketplace for international companies. The authors convey managers how one can be successful while doing enterprise in China.

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It is also a favorite of bestselling marketing author Philip Kotler. Historically, since the Qin Dynasty (220 BC), the philosophy of Militarism has not been valued much in China. This is for several reasons. Firstly in a unified, peaceful China, Confucianism, Legalism and Daoism had more relevance. Secondly, Militarism was (unfairly) perceived as superficial, as a series of tricks for resorting to expediency and playing politics. Thirdly, the ruling class was afraid that common people would take advantage of it to overthrow them.

Each department has great autonomy. • There is little communication between functions. • Long-term policy remains fixed, with minimum changes.

S (alias Democracy and Science). Following the end of the Imperial Era in 1911, the New Culture Movement was launched to stimulate new thinking to help China get out of the morass and establish a modern social and political system. Initiated by Cai Yuanpei, president of Beijing University, and Hu Shi, the guru of Chinese literature and philosophy, it set out to adopt Western culture: philosophy, lifestyle, beliefs and values. As Confucian thinking was deeply rooted in the Chinese language, Cai and Hu also used colloquial language instead of old Chinese written language.

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