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Implementation of Changes in Chinese Organizations
Groping a Way Through the Darkness
1st Edition - March 30, 2009
Editor: Ruth Alas
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There are no commonly accepted theories of change that have been developed for China or countries in transition. This book is an attempt to bridge that gap and provide a model… Read more
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There are no commonly accepted theories of change that have been developed for China or countries in transition. This book is an attempt to bridge that gap and provide a model which takes into account the specifics of organizational changes in Chinese organizations. It looks at various aspects of change implementation in Chinese organizations, including the types, the process, the readiness to change, and ethical issues.
Theoretical framework is created for analysing changes in China
Information is provided about types of changes in Chinese organizations
Process of implementation of change in Chinese organizations is analysed
Students and academics in Asian studies
Organizational changes in Chinese companies: The triangular model for dealing with organizational change; Chinese institutional context; Types of change in Chinese organizations; The process of implementation of change; Readiness to change; Ethnics and corporate social responsibility during changes; Chinese cases: Introduction to the case studies; Implication for managers.
No. of pages: 200
Published: March 30, 2009
Imprint: Chandos Publishing
Hardback ISBN: 9781843343523
eBook ISBN: 9781780632353
Professor Ruth Alas, PhD, is the Chair of Management and Pro-Rector for Scientific Affairs at the Estonian Business School. She has written twenty books and more than 100 articles on change management, organizational learning, human resource management and strategic management.