Chinese Whispers or a Bellowing Invitation

Parker, David; Downie, George
January 2003
Management Services;Jan2003, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p16
Academic Journal
Changes in the political structure of China have underscored the clear need for management principles that foster productivity sciences and management services. These developments are behind Chinese president Hu Jintao's pronouncing that embracing capitalism is the way forward. These imply that business models and operational systems which have grown and developed in China in virtual isolation should evolve to include cultural and operational modes of doing business within global markets. Consequently, small businesses crave knowledge and expertise in best practice enterprise.


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